ArtNight Pasadena is back on March 8th! Prepare to visit the city’s most prominent museums and cultural institutions as they will open their doors for free and offer special programming for anyone and everyone. Attendance reaches 28,000. There will be complimentary shuttles to transport visitors around to different venues.
We recommend that you begin your evening at any one of the venues on the shuttle route and make your way around until your back at your starting point. For more information about shuttle routes and any other questions visit their website here.
Heres a list of all the participating venues:
|1||ARMORY CENTER FOR THE ARTS
145 N. Raymond Ave.
626.792.5101Sara Kathryn Arledge: Serene for the Moment Vivid works on paper plus short films by an under-recognized, Pasadena-based artist who found the eerie in the mundane and the disorienting in the beautiful. Food Truck: India JonesCity-funded MiniGrant: music by El Rio
|2||ARTCENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN
1700 Lida St.
626.396.2200Experience the collision of image, fashion, body sculpture, and costume in GARB, a multi-disciplinary exhibition of contemporary art and design exhibition!City-funded MiniGrant: DJ John Wittet
|3||ARTCENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN
Mullin Gallery (M)
1111 Arroyo Pkwy.
HMCT Gallery (H)
950 S. Raymond Ave.
626.396.2200(M) Behold rare classic and contemporary automobiles that have contributed to the evolution of aerodynamic design, in Details of Design: Beauty, Aerodynamics and Functionalism. (H) Get the lowdown on highly evolved design, at Mike/Sierra/Tango, an exhibition about the beauty and complexities of Multi-Script Typefaces.
|4||artWORKS TEEN CENTER
2914 E. Walnut St.
626.793.9202artWORKS teens display their talents through live performances and visual arts. Come for an interactive evening that includes hands-on, family-friendly arts workshops alongside musical entertainment.City-funded MiniGrant: music by Licata Bros and student performances
|5||CALIFORNIA ART CLUB
490 East Union St.
626.583.9009Explore the rich tradition of the California Impressionist movement. View the special exhibit of representational artwork, meet exhibiting artists, and watch them create new works. Food Truck: Dreamy Creations cupcakes and desserts
|6||CITY OF PASADENA – CITY HALL
100 N. Garfield Ave.At City Hall, listen to live New Orleans style music, make a Mardi Gras mask, visit Metro booths, and enjoy a snack before catching a free shuttle to your next ArtNight venue. Food Truck: Pie ’n BurgerCity-funded MiniGrant: music by Bayou Shakedown and dance by Lineage
|7||THE GAMBLE HOUSE
4 Westmoreland Pl.
626.793.3334A rare opportunity to see the house by night! Enjoy the 1908 electrical light fixtures and the mysterious electronic music of the Theremin, invented in 1928. Food Truck: Dreamy Creations cupcakes and dessertsCity-funded MiniGrant: Theremin by Ed Sussman
|8||JACKIE ROBINSON COMMUNITY CENTER
1020 N. Fair Oaks Ave.
626.744.7300Admire the timeless art of photographer Alfred Haymond, browse through the unique Jackie Robinson exhibits and revel in the musical sounds of the JazzZone ensemble.City-funded MiniGrant: music by JazzZone
|9||KIDSPACE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
480 N. Arroyo Blvd.
626.449.9144Discover the best of Kidspace and enjoy the marvels and wonders that bring art together with nature and science.City-funded MiniGrant: hip hop dance by Garraway Performing Arts Center youth
|10||LIGHT BRINGER PROJECT @ DAY ONE
175 N. Euclid Ave.
626.590.1134The ART of Play: Reclaim your imagination and spontaneity! Delve into an evening of colors, music, theater, food, and fete. Featuring handmade art by youth from Room 13 and Day One, chalk mural, and other artworks. Food Truck: Slammin’ SlidersCity-funded MiniGrant: artist Bill Real, maker of the interactive Robobee
300 E. Colorado Blvd.
626.844.7703MUSE/IQUE @ ARTNIGHT is going Under the Sea for a night of live music, dancing, crafts, bubbles, and more! Bring your whole family to our free event kicking off our Summer of MOVING/PICTURES.
|12||NORTON SIMON MUSEUM
411 W. Colorado Blvd.
626.449.6840View the exhibitions Titian’s Lady in White from the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister in Dresden, Once Upon a Tapestry: Woven Tales of Helen and Dido and Matisse / Odalisque.
|13||PASADENA CENTRAL LIBRARY
285 E. Walnut St.
626.744.4066Wild, Wild West Yeehaw! It’s a Western Shindig featuring music, dance, shows, and art honoring Pasadena’s 2019 One City, One Story selection, In the Distance by Hernan Diaz.City-funded MiniGrants: Crown City Symphony, Reiyukai America, and Patricia Cunliffe
|14||PASADENA CITY COLLEGE
1570 E. Colorado Blvd.
626.585.3285View Twisted Refrain: The Work of Marnie Weber in Boone Family Art Gallery and Combobulation: The Art of Kyla Hansen and Alison Ragguette in Gallery V. Food Truck: Kogi BBQ
|15||PASADENA MUSEUM OF HISTORY
470 W. Walnut St.
626.577.1660Don’t miss Phase II of Something Revealed; California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960, hailed by artnet® news as one of the 32 must-see art exhibits in the U.S. Food Truck: Dina’s DumplingCity-funded MiniGrant: classical guitarist Connie Sheu
|16||PUSD WITH SIDE STREET PROJECTS
340 E Colorado Blvd.
626.793.7172No Boundaries 14 showcases the artistic talents of PUSD students from K to 12th grade. Hundreds of artworks are on view, accompanied by lively student performances. Installed and curated by Rose City HS students and Side Street Projects.
|17||RED HEN PRESS
1540 Lincoln Ave.
626.356.4760Celebrate RHP’s 25th anniversary! Watch a book grow from seed to flower, fight crime with our fitness superhero, attend an eco-friendly cooking demo, and get FREE books!
|18||SHUMEI ARTS COUNCIL
2430 E. Colorado Blvd.
626.584.8841Enjoy traditional Japanese taiko drumming by Makoto Taiko at 6:15, 7:15, 8:15, and 9:15 p.m., free taiko workshops, and designing your own onigiri (rice ball).City-funded MiniGrant: Makoto Taiko drumming
39 E. Walnut St.
626.584.4070Current exhibition, The Universe is in Us, features nine artists, and includes collage, sculpture, painting, and drawing. Plus, Tim Biskup will host his new site-specific installation Above/Below. Food Truck: Vchos Truck
|20||USC PACIFIC ASIA MUSEUM
46 N. Los Robles Ave.
626.449.2742See the new special exhibition celebrating Japanese artist Tsuruya Ko ̄ kei: Modern Kabuki Prints Revised & Revisited and let poets create your own personal haiku as a keepsake. Food Truck: Tokyo Doggie Style