Oct 13 2012

ARTWalk 2012

Downloadable ARTWalk 2012 program

Saturday, October 13

11:00 am – 5:00 pm

El Molino & Colorado Blvd.

The Pasadena ARTWalk is Pasadena’s largest urban art fair with over 6,000 people attending yearly. The event highlights some of the best Southern Californian visual artists showcasing their work in painting, sculpture, watercolor, photography, mixed media, ceramics, jewelry, drawings, and printmaking. ARTWalk is free and all-ages are welcome.

The Pasadena ARTWalk features:



Participating Artists

Ziba Afshar

Donna Abbate

Sevan Allahverdian

Edit Bahamanan

Chadu Baheti

Mariko Bird

MaryAnn Bourke

Clark Branson

Christine Campbell

Kate Carvellas

Jill Emery

Diana March Enscoe

Raquel Soto Escobar

David Fields

Michael Floeck

James Goodridge

Alicia Gorecki

Laurie Hendricks

Trish Herremans

Tommy Hollenstein

Jeffry Michael Jensen

Andrew Kasiske

Leah Knecht

Jo Mann

Warner LeMenager

Ronald Llanos

Reva Mattson

Terese Miller

Lonnie Millsap

Parviz Payghamy

Carolin Peters

Liliana Simanton

Jackie Steimke

Carol Steinberg

Tucker Stilley

Clarence Stubblefield

Ken Tanaka

Erick E. Thorpe

Jessee Torres

Richard Willson

Karen Winters

Leticia Ybarra

Art Chats

Atrium Conference Room

709 E. Colorado Blvd.

11:30 a.m.
Marcello Vavala – Beauty and Brains: the Architecture of Caltech

Explore the architecture of Caltech through this spirited presentation on Pasadena’s jewel of a campus. Richly illustrated with historic images, sketches and architectural details, the evolution of the Caltech campus is revealed through its buildings and site plan and the brilliant architects behind them.

1:00 p.m.
Jayme Filippini – Public Art Walks in Pasadena

Ms. Filippini will discuss two or three of the nine Art Walks in Pasadena. She will make a Power Point presentation to illustrate the discussed walks and what the viewer can expect to see. Many of these walks exhibit art in unexpected places that will surprise and delight the viewer.

2:00 p.m.
Betty Ann Brown – Pasadena City of Art

Famed for the Rose Parade, Rose Bowl, and Craftsman architecture, Pasadena has been a major visual art center for a century. This illustrated lecture presents eight of Pasadena’s important art institutions, highlighting their historical significance and surveying their current offerings. If you want to know more about the city’s past and the kinds of art on view today, this is the talk for you!


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