As usual, Pasadena events overbooked themselves on top of each other.
Here’s a few events just happening this afternoon and tonite. Try to make them all tonite – I dare you!
Designer Con at the Pasadena Convention Center.
I have some artsy friends going to this. Saturday & Sunday. Good, ‘cuz I can only do it, barely, on Sunday!
Much more info: DCon
Art on the Stairwell Opening/Reception at Vroman’s Bookshop
For artist Lisa Saint. This latest art series featured here is Jazz: Flying Home, a celebration of this rich American music tradition. I actually made it to this – one down! It may be too late for you but you can still view the art for at least a couple of months.
Vroman’s Bookshop, 695 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91101
More info: Lisa Saint on the Vroman’s Stairwell.
Sean’s Eye-View at the Walt Girdner Photo Studio & Gallery
This was so popular last Saturday that they’re having a 2nd opening reception tonite. That’s fine with me because I was so busy last Saturday I couldn’t make it, which is rare. Not that this Saturday is any easier for me! 6-9pm.
Walt Girdner Photo Studio & Gallery, 27 South El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101
(626) 817-9083 www.waltgirdnerstudio.com
MINI TALE opens at the Flower Pepper Gallery
On the heels of their previous great exhibition, the beautiful Flower Pepper people go tiny, but wonderful, with this news exhibition of small art! If you missed the previous exhibition, note that its curator Amy Van Gilder, will be one of the participating artist in Mini Tale.
Flower Pepper Gallery, 121 East Union St, Pasadena, CA 91103. (626) 795 – 1895
Linda Ternoir | MPRESSIONS Opening Art Reception
At the Nova Gallery. Saturday, November 19th, 2016. 7:00 to 9:00 pm
1003 1/2 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91106. (626)577-5875 (Next door to the Academy Theater!)
More info: Impressions at Nova Gallery
I understand if you can’t make all of these creative/artsy events tonight. But, they’ll all be available for viewing weeks after tonite except for Designer Con which closes on Sunday.
Now, get out there and experience a taste of why in 2015 Sunset Magazine named Pasadena as the Best Town for The Arts in the western USA!
Gotta Get Art! Stay Thirsty My Friends