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ArtNight Pasadena • Spring 2024

ArtNight is an ongoing partnership among many cultural institutions and the Cultural Affairs Division of the City of Pasadena. Enjoy an evening of art, music and entertainment as Pasadena’s most prominent arts and cultural institutions offer free admission for the evening. The next ArtNight is being planned for March 8, 2024, 6pm-10pm.

ArtNight Partners • Spring 2024


1435 N. Raymond Ave.

Alkebu-Lan celebrates 51 Years of Hip Hop with our DJ spinning hip hop all night! Enjoy teen hip hop dance performances, capoeira demonstrations, drums, photography, children’s art, and Cakes by Chante. City-funded MiniGrant: Capoeira Batuque Pasala

145 N. Raymond Ave.

See new work by Pasadena artist Terry Chatkupt, get creative in our studio, visit our student exhibition, and enjoy beats by dublab's Rani de Leon. City-funded MiniGrant: Rani de Leon

Artcenter HMCT Gallery Image

950 S. Raymond Ave.

Quasi: Experimental Writing Systems presents atypical configurations of signs and symbols inspired by sci-fi, cryptography, technology, language preservation, sound, nature, and communication with the dead.

Artcenter Williamson Gallery

1700 Lida St.

Advance of the Rear Guard: Ceeje Gallery in the 1960s is a historic Southern California survey exhibition featuring paintings, drawings, and photography.

Artworks Teen Center

2817 E. Foothill Blvd.

artWORKS Youth Center has relocated to 2817 E. Foothill Blvd. Enjoy student performances, art activities, and succulent planting, then catch a shuttle to your next ArtNight venue.

City of Pasadena City Hall

100 N. Garfield Ave.

Enjoy Lunar New Year festivities at the City Hall Hub with seasonal performances and Year of the Dragon art activities. Treat yourself to a snack, then board a free shuttle to continue your ArtNight journey! Food Truck: KOGI BBQ. City-funded MiniGrant: Immortals Lion Dance

Jackie Robinson Community Center

1020 N. Fair Oaks Ave.

An evening celebration of the arts in the Northwest Community to showcase the talents of artists, students, and staff. Experience live musical performances, art exhibits, fun art activities and much more. City-funded MiniGrants: artist Heather Hilliard Bonds; music by JazzZone
Lineage Performing Arts Center

920 E. Mountain St.

Dance, live singing, and music will fill the intimate stage of Lineage Performing Arts Center's black box theater. City-funded MiniGrant: music by Andrew Abaria and guests

Muse-ique at the Pasadena Senior Center

85 E. Holly St.

Make Some Noise with MUSE/IQUE at the Pasadena Senior Center! Live music, activities, and refreshments. Artists include The DC6 Singers Collective and Rachel Gonzalez. Food Truck: The Tropic Truck. City-funded MiniGrant: DC6 Singers Collective

Norton Simon Museum

411 W. Colorado Blvd.

Explore our world-renowned collection, with artworks by Raphael, Rembrandt, Vigee-Lebrun, Monet, Van Gogh, and Picasso, as well as South and Southeast Asian sculpture spanning 2,000 years. Enjoy sunset in our sculpture garden.

Parson's Nose Theater

95 N Marengo Ave. Suite 110

Parson's Nose Theater returns to Radio! Flash Gordon, The Lone Ranger, Pride and Prejudice, The Lottery, The Shadow? Who knows. Join us--it'll be fun.

Pasadena City College

1570 E. Colorado Blvd.

Visit the PCC Galleries for two exceptional shows--a solo exhibition by afro-futurist painter, April Bey, and an exhibition of student work staged by the College’s Exhibition class.

Pasadena Museum of History

470 West Walnut St.

Kick off PMH’s centennial year and explore the dual exhibitions Celebration! Quilts on the Wall and Cabinet of Curiosities: Celebrating 100 Years of Collecting at Pasadena Museum of History. Food Truck: Wise Barbecue. City-funded MiniGrant: Hiroko Masuda and June Chin

Pasadena Public Library Jefferson Branch

1500 E. Villa St.

Celebrate children’s book illustrations with a storybook character scavenger hunt, still life painting, and a reception honoring this year’s ArtNight Art Contest winners. Food Truck: Pie ‘N Burger. City-funded MiniGrant: The Remedy
Pasadena Unified School District

300 E. Colorado Blvd.

The Pasadena Unified School District presents No Boundaries 19, featuring TK-12 student artwork that showcases the diversity of student experience, demonstrates the healing power of the arts, and celebrates creativity.

Red Hen Press

1540 Lincoln Ave.

Welcome to Red Hen! Enjoy conversations with gallery artist Ching Ching Cheng, book-related crafts, and a glimpse into the publishing industry. City-funded MiniGrant: Royal Flux improvisational jazz trio

Remainders Creative Reuse

787 E Washington Blvd.

Remainders’ Creative Space has FREE art activities for all ages, a gallery show of local students, live music, and the art/craft/fabric thrift store will be open. City-funded MiniGrant: Create.A.Dot Studio

Shumei Arts Council

2430 E. Colorado Blvd.

This spring, explore an exhibition of Kimiko Muraoka Koyanagi’s uniquely expressive dolls, experience Makoto Taiko’s thunderous drum performances at 6:15, 7:15, 8:15 or 9:15, and enjoy a casual tea ceremony with sweets. City-funded MiniGrant: Makoto Taiko drumming

The Gamble House with California Art Club

4 Westmoreland Pl.

Aspiring artists are invited to visit the Gamble House on ArtNight to try their hand at drawing and painting along with California Art Club painters. Food Truck: Rodney’s Ribs. City-funded MiniGrant: California Art Club

USC Pacific Asia Museum

46 N. Los Robles Ave.

Join us after hours and explore our newest exhibition, Another Beautiful Country: Moving Images by Chinese American Artists. Free admission.

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ArtNight Partners • Spring 2023

1435 N. Raymond Ave.

A fabulous lineup of artists from near and far! Art, music, food trucks and crafts for the kids. City-funded MiniGrants: Capoeira Batuque Pasala; Preston Smith

145 N. Raymond Ave.

See the exhibition Exposure: Native Art and Political Ecology, enjoy artmaking activities for all ages, and music from KCRW DJ Tyler Boudreaux. City-funded MiniGrants: DJ Tyler Boudreaux; Pasadena Photography Arts

950 S. Raymond Ave.

Celebrating Poland’s rich heritage of graphic communication, Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography’s Polski Projekt brings together work from two practices: posters and type design.

1700 Lida St.

The Williamson Gallery has Hello, LA: Clive Piercy – Inside the Mind of a Designer, an exhibition that surveys the work of renowned designer, author, and educator Clive Piercy (1955-2017).

500 E. Colorado Blvd.

artWORKS Teen Center pops up at First United Methodist courtyard for the evening. Enjoy student performances and art activities then catch a shuttle or walk to your next ArtNight venue.

100 N. Garfield Ave.

Spring into ArtNight at the City Hall Hub! Enjoy live music and grab a snack before catching a free shuttle, walking or driving to your next venue. Food truck: Rodney’s Ribs

1020 N. Fair Oaks Ave.

View artwork by local women artists, enjoy the soulful sounds of JazzZone, and watch an interactive painting of Harriet Tubman come to life. Food truck: Carl’s Jr. City-funded MiniGrants: painter Heather Hilliard Bonds; JazzZone

480 N. Arroyo Blvd.

Take a spin in our newest exhibit, Los Trompos. Sing along with Las Colibrí and their unique interpretation of traditional sones, huapangos, and rancheras. Stitch vibrant textile creations with artist Georgina Reskala. Or whirl and twirl in our light-up hula-hoop dance party. Reserve your free ticket here.

175 N. Euclid Ave.

With 100% chance of rain on March 10th, outdoor activities are affected. Light Bringer Project's event will be postponed to a future ArtNight. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

920 E. Mountain St.

A sneak peek at Lineage's newest dance and theater show, Matter of Time, will take you on an adventure through the decades. Masks required at all times inside the building. City-funded MiniGrant: Jana Souza Nakoa and Amber Wright

Changed: between 7 and 9 N Fair Oaks Blvd (next to Dots Cupcakes)

Immerse yourself in art, color, and imagination!  Join our artists as they premier an exclusive first look at their new murals arriving this Spring.

95 N Marengo Ave. Suite 110

Parson’s Nose Theater invites you to visit an open rehearsal for our annual An Irish Celebration: Poetry, Songs and Humor, playing March 19.

100 N. Hill Ave.

Live music all night at the Pasadena Conservatory of Music! Visit multiple venues on PCM's campus while enjoying continuous classical, multicultural and interactive performances.

470 West Walnut St.

Explore the complex history of quilts made by and for the Pasadena community with the new exhibition, Community Stitches: Quilt Designs & Stories – featuring more than 60 quilts representing over 180 years of quilt-making in America.

140 S. Altadena Dr.

Discover Afghan and Latino culture as we celebrate One City, One Story 2023 authors and books, Nadia Hashimi’s Sparks Like Stars and Maria Amparo Escandon’s LA Weather at Lamanda Park Branch during ArtNight. Receive free copy of Sparks Like Stars, while supplies last, before meeting Nadia on Friday, March 24, 7:00 p.m. at Pasadena Presbyterian Church. City-funded MiniGrants: Walden School art and crafts; music by Gloria Arjona.

300 E. Colorado Blvd.

The Pasadena Unified School District presents No Boundaries 18, featuring student artwork that showcases the diversity of student experience, demonstrates the healing power of the arts and celebrates creativity.

787 E Washington Blvd.

Remainders Creative Reuse is an all-ages creative space, gallery and arts and crafts thrift store. Make art, view the gallery, listen to live music and browse the thrift store for inspiration. City-funded MiniGrant: Austin Cox

2430 E. Colorado Blvd.

Join us for a thunderous evening of Japanese taiko drumming with Makoto Taiko at 6:15, 7:15, 8:15, and 9:15 inside Shumei Hall. In between drumming, Dance with Jonettean interactive mini-class, at 6:45, 7:45, and 8:45. City-funded MiniGrant: Makoto Taiko

Canada Avenue at Casitas Avenue

Artist Alan Nakagawa will take us on an Asian futurist journey into the past with Invisible Teahouse, a multimedia installation. City-funded MiniGrant: Hiroko Masuda and June Chin

4 Westmoreland Pl.

Join us for self-guided exploration of the Gamble House at night. Visit the Bookstore for a chance to win a raffle prize. Food Truck: Pepe's Red Tacos

46 N. Los Robles Ave.

Join us for a rejuvenating evening of art and sound brought to you by DJ ALYXR. Enjoy music and dancing in our courtyard and be the first to see our new special exhibition Global Asias: Contemporary Asian and Asian American Art. City-funded MiniGrant: DJ ALYXR


ArtNight is sponsored by the Pasadena Arts & Culture Commission with support from the Pasadena Department of Transportation Transit Division, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority and Pasadena Center Operating Company.


Pasadena Transit 10 runs along Colorado Boulevard and Green Street until 8 p.m. Information at


Attend ArtNight by taking the Metro Gold Line to Pasadena.


For information on ArtNight, please call the ArtNight Pasadena Hotline at 626 744-7887 or visit

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