Catch this fun and futuristic-themed art show starting tomorrow, Saturday July 16! Artists from the Adaptive Recreation Art Program will be displaying pictures of their interpretation of the future, at the Pasadena Armory Center for arts, on 145 N Raymond Ave.
You’ll get a chance to meet participants during the opening ceremony starting at 3 pm. This event is free and light refreshments will be served during the ceremony. Booklets of the exhibit will be available.
This year’s cover is by the creative artist Mark Anderson of San Marino, whose fanciful depiction of space invaders coming to Earth is captured in views on television as well as from the home’s windows. The colorful drawing is entitled, “The Martian Invasion will be Televised.”
“The City’s Human Services and Recreation Department provides the Adaptive Recreation Art program for artists with disabilities who live in the greater Pasadena area.”
WHAT: “The Future” Art Show
WHEN: July 16 – Sep 9, 2016
WHERE: Armory, 145 N Raymond Ave, Pasadena CA 91103
INFO: www.armoryarts.org/thefuture Phone: (626) 792-5101
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