SHARE: Students singing, playing instruments, or carrying art supplies. It is easy to notice it all as soon as the sliding doors of the Center of the Arts building prop open. Every single classroom provides different venues for art students.
SHARE: Naomi Lua is a recent Temple City High School graduate and first year student at PCC. She loves art but she ultimately wants to work with kids.
SHARE: If you were to come to the 1500 block of east Walnut street on a first Friday every month, you’d be entertained by local bands and artists at this spot called No Future Cafe.
SHARE: In a small, quiet corner of Union Street and Arroyo Parkway, sits an eccentric art shop that showcases works as placid as the almost unnoticeable venue yet as powerful in meaning as the images they depict.
SHARE: Paintings made of chocolate, handmade perfumes, a wine tasting, and a variety of unique artisan chocolates all could be found at the Los Angeles Luxury Chocolate Salon. In addition to the fact that the place sounds like heaven, the…
SHARE: Art is one of many thing that can bring people together, art is full of many different mediums and form that there is no direct limit when it come to art, and there is no better way to show…
SHARE: The Eclectic Collective Love Collaboration, held on Sunday, featuring the “heART” installation of “Love Triumphant” by artist Kenneth James, provided an opportunity for everyone to honor and remember an event or person. It allowed people to share their pain…
SHARE: The campus U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) non-profit organization student group sketch, design, and construct products and items from recyclable materials to create new items for new functions and tools.
SHARE: Past stone benches of cold and chiseled white marble, swinging glass doors and a statuesque stone Buddha lies lies “Landscapes and Interiors,” a collection of prized, turn-of-the-century French art created by Édouard Vuillard housed in the Norton Simon Museum.
SHARE: The Pasadena Village opened its doors to the public on Thursday evening to an exhibit featuring mixed media, oil, and watercolor pieces by 87 year-old artist Loretta Keller.