This event is presented by C.I.C.L.E. and sponsored by Patagonia Pasadena and the City of Pasadena.
Cyclists and art lovers alike will enjoy this relaxing and intriguing bike tour of Pasadena's large collection of art galleries and museums, all open for free for this evening on Fri., Oct. 12, 2007.
This event only happens twice a year... you won't want to miss it!!
ArtNight Ride is a fun social event that is open to all skill levels. The pace is relaxed and easy, and beginning bicyclists should feel free to join the ride. Ample time has been arranged to visit each location. Supervised parking is available, however each rider is asked to bring his or her own bicycle lock.
Prize Giveaways by Patagonia and C.I.C.L.E.
Friday, October 12, 2007 at 6pm
Meet in the One Colorado Courtyard behind Patagonia in Old Town Pasadena
47 N Fair Oaks Ave Pasadena, CA 91103
Right off the Memorial Park Goldline Station in Pasadena at:
125 East Holly St, Pasadena CA 91103
For more information and event details, visit email info(at)Bikenow.org or call 323.478.0060.
For more information visit:
At the Armory Center for the Arts
New Images of Identity
Exploration of racial identity in work by artists of color has proliferated over the last fifteen years. A number of these artists recognized or were part of the increase in immigration to the United States that began in the 1970s. Their presence and participation in this country enriched mass media and advertising with a broadened sense of representation.
This exhibition includes work by Laylah Ali, Iona Rozeal Brown, Enrique Chagoya, Dihn Q. Le, Yoshua Okon, Lezley Saar, John Trevino, and Kara Walker. Their art often unites imagery from diverse cultures in a single piece. A growing number of artists of color recognize and celebrate more than one heritage, acknowledging multiple ancestors from different parts of the world, as well as Caucasian forebears, or Western heritage influences. Their art has literally transformed the artistic dialogue, exploring a changing and challenging perception of our humanity, to create new images of identity. This exhibition is part of Skin: Art & Ideas 2007, a festival of the arts, sciences, and humanities in Pasadena and surrounding communities.
Art at Castle Green
Light Bringer Project presents an exciting evening of art at the historic Castle Green. Works by well-known Pasadena artists and photographers will be on display, including Kenton Nelson, Dan Douke, Magnus Stark, Phyllis Grazine, Kathleen O'Sullivan, among others. A photo tribute will be made to acclaimed African-American artist Charles White. Charles once used the Castle bridge as his painting studio. There will also be live drawing of artists' models in Victorian tableau, and the art of Girls Drawing Girls (GDG), a collective of women animators and illustrators. Books available for sale. No host bar and food.
At Pasadena City College
The Soldier's Skin: An Endless Edition
The Visual Arts and Media Studies Division of Pasadena City College Art Gallery presents "The Soldier's Skin: An Endless Edition," by Mary Beth Heffernan. Close-up photographs of memorial tattoos on US Marines are displayed as stacks of posters, with an invitation for viewers to freely take a copy with them. Presented as part of SKIN: Art & Ideas 2007.
Also, live musical performances by faculty and students of the Performance and Communications Arts Division and a video installation by Alexander Kritselis about the "Multiple Faces of Humanity" that fills all thirty-two windows of the main Administration building, facing Colorado Boulevard.
Pasadena Museum of California Art
Beyond Ultraman: Seven Artists Explore the Vinyl Frontier — An exhibition tracing the current wave of artist-designed vinyl toys back to collectible Japanese toys. Also, Susan Silton: Inside Out — An art installation covering the outside of the museum in colorful stripes. Presented as part of SKIN: Art & Ideas 2007.
In addition, see California Colors: Benjamin Brown, Jess: To and From the Printed Page, and performance by Lineage Dance.
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