Virtual ArtNight Pasadena - October 23, 2020
In keeping with social distancing requirements, VIRTUAL ARTNIGHT PASADENA goes live October 23, 2020 at 6 pm. Click on the links below to enjoy ArtNight from your living room this Friday. ArtNight Pasadena is the City’s signature cultural event, produced by the Cultural Affairs division in partnership with the ArtNight partner organizations. It is a dynamic arts and cultural Open House that happens each March and October with free programming, including visual, literary and performing arts.
The links to ArtNight presentations for each respective venue will go live on October 23, 2020 at 6 pm. Refresh/reload this page at that time!
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Welcome to ArtCenter's Virtual ArtNight offerings!
Check out Up All Night, documentation of the summer's street-facing window videos at ArtCenter DTLA and Mullin Gallery -- art focused on staying awake and active through the nights of Covid-19 isolation.
Take a video walk through SKY, the Williamson Gallery's haiku-like immersive art-and-astronomy exhibition that expands awareness of what's above and below, blurring boundaries along the way.
At HMCT Gallery, glimpse Great Writers/Orators/Artists videos by ArtCenter graduate graphic design students under Professor Ty Drake, also viewable outside through the gallery windows.
Experience Upgrade Available, artist Julia Christensen's meditation at the Mullin Gallery on the cultural and personal impacts of upgrade culture — the need to constantly upgrade our electronics to remain relevant.
Join artist Rebecca Bruno and Art Upfront curator Jamie Costa for a virtual conversation about Bruno’s practice and new, site-specific work in her forthcoming exhibition at Boston Court Pasadena. Accompanying this conversation is the virtual debut of the artist’s new video work When it Happens, featured in the exhibition. City-funded MiniGrant: Rebecca Bruno
Art of These Extraordinary Times: A Photo Retrospective of Chalk Murals from Pasadena Chalk’s Virtual Festival. Held during shelter-in-place. Hundreds of artists from SoCal and around the globe. A variety of masterful murals, with memorials to Kobe, Taylor, Floyd and Arbery. Accompanied by original music performed by Lucas aka Heaven. City-funded MiniGrant: music by Lucas Gorham aka Heaven
The Library’s Virtual ArtNight features Theatre Americana presenting Guardians of the Literary Galaxy, Defenders of the Dewey Decimal System, as well as Library staff presenting stories, music, crafts, Pasadena historical photos and more. City-funded MiniGrant: video performances by Theatre Americana
Pasadena Unified School District student artists are celebrated through Bridging Boundaries, a projected exhibition of artwork selected by Pasadena Arts & Culture Commissioners from No Boundaries 15.
For information on ArtNight, please call the ArtNight Pasadena Hotline at ArtNightPasadena.org.or visit
For information on accessibility and/or to request written materials in alternative formats, please call the City of Pasadena at 626 744-7062.
ARTNIGHT MEDIA SPONSORS
Partners: Pasadena Now, KPCC
Supporters: Pasadena Journal
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