10 October 2013
Fall Arts Crawl 2013
It's a Neighborhood Night-on-the-Town in South Pasadena! Stop by at our showroom and say hello starting at 6 PM
Live music, sangria, snacks and so on. Below is a list of what to do and where to go while exploring town.. Fun for all ages!
Fall Into It! It's the South Pasadena Arts Crawl. Come out on Saturday night and see the new businesses, discover the creative energy in the galleries, walk about and see what you find. There will be live music, good food and great new works of art in the galleries and studios. Plus, it's free!
This Arts Crawl has been extended to include a cluster of businesses on Fair Oaks Ave. There is a ribbon cutting for Cookies and Cream, and art show and open house at The Urban Kitchen, and an amazing exhibit by the father of the modern movie poster, Bob Peak, at SPMC Gallery.
In the historic business district along Mission Street you'll find shops open late and lots of energy in the street. Take a look at the listings below to see what we have in store for you:
Fair Oaks Ave.
The Urban Kitchen
1009 ½ Fair Oaks Ave.
Open house and tour of this brand new culinary studio offering classes for recreational cooks. Art TBD
Cookies and Cream
1010 1/2 Fair Oaks Ave.
Ribbon Cutting at 5pm
The Mynty Fresh exhibition features works by six up-and-coming illustrators, and a Community Mask on-going and on display.
South Pasadena Mercantile Co. & SPMC Gallery
1106 Fair Oaks Ave.
The art of Bob Peak – Father of the modern movie poster
Big Foot makes his 2nd appearance – vinyl record pop-up shop
1100 Fair Oaks Ave.
Live music on the Blockbuster Stage - Free!
Plus Illustrator’s Alley, a dozen professional illustrators in the video game and animation industry. Also, don’t miss Blockbuster’s sidewalk sale on DVDs. Refreshments and more.
Mission Street Area
Book ‘em Mysteries
1118 Mission Street
Krystal Figueroa reimagines classic fairy tales through realistic character portrait paintings and whimsical illustrations
Buster’s Ice Cream & Coffee Stop
1006 Mission Street
Fosselman’s Ice Cream, sandwiches and live music on the patio
Cam Sanders Photography
1022 Mission Street
Studio open for drop by visit
Camille DePedrini, Rue de Mimo and Marz
1516, 1514 & 1512 Mission Street
This trio of shops known for their good taste and fabulous wares will stay open late and offer 15% off during the Arts Crawl. Enjoy the artistry of local jewelry designer, Karen Haas
1401 Mission Street, #103 (faces Fremont Ave. across from the Pumpkin Patch)
Letterpress printing and hand marbled fair trade papers. DeMilo is celebrating the launch of our new website with 50% off all handmade marbled papers, a printing demo on a 143-year old printing press and free marbled Halloween gift packs
Be serenaded by members of Susan Pascale’s Los Angeles Children’s Orchestra.
1510 Mission Street
Dave Plenn’s Mission Street Music Club will be jamming inside this retail book & toy store. The two other vendors, Borboleta Decors and Kidd's Jewelry Heist will be open for business serving refreshments and snacks.
1020H Mission Street
Scottish art, gifts and whiskey cask furniture. 20% discount on all art
1500 Mission Street
Levitt Pavilion LA & Pasadena, a non-profit arts organization that provides 100 free concerts each summer, presents an acoustic performance by a special guest artist and the opportunity to learn about Levitt Pavilion's popular intern and volunteer programs. There will be refreshments and a surprise artist showing work
1030 Mission Street
It’s about Love, LaserBots and Giving Back! Experience the Gems of Joy Party to benefit the Women With Wings Foundation.
812 Fremont Ave., Suite 100
Brushes of Fire: The Art of Sonya Fe
Green Brooms Music Academy
803 Fremont Ave.
Open house and facility tour. Green Brooms Academy Instructor Band performing live. This new music academy offers music and voice lessons.
House of Honey
1518A Mission Street
This elegant, eclectic interior design studio will be open late and offer refreshments
South Pasadena Historical Museum
913 Meridian Ave.
The South Pasadena Preservation Foundation presents Project Art! This is a free family art activity where all are invited to make artworks that will then be turned into giant images projected onto the side of the South Pasadena Historical Museum. You can then have your picture taken with your larger than life masterpiece. Visitors will also be able to visit the museum to see models of the former train station, a carousel ostrich and the original pipe organ from the Rialto.
Kaldi Coffee & Tea
1019 El Centro Street
Wade Stanley presents bold self-portraits in a myriad of media in this popular coffee shop
Kidd’s Jewelry Heist
1510 Mission Street (Inside The Dinosaur Farm)
A jewelry making parlor for kids of all ages. $3 Bracelet Bonanza and Ram Fam pottery on special
La Monarca Bakery
1001 Mission Street
Art show [details to come]
Laurie Hendricks Gallery
1518 Mission Street (Inside Reimagine Your Home)
Work from Laurie’s trip to China and Mongolia
Leisa Collins Art
812 Fremont Ave., Loft 101
Art studio and gallery showing the work of Leisa Collins, Katie Dean Jewelry, and designer Jeannie Joe. The recent paintings by Leisa Collins feature historic homes and street scenes inSouth Pasadena and surrounding area.
1504 Mission Street
This landscape art and design store will feature art photography by Lynne Olson
Misson Street Yoga
1017 Mission Street
Will stay open late and have a sale on fitness merchandise
Reimagine Your Home
1518 Mission Street
Refreshments after hours. Home of Laurie Hendricks Gallery
1121 Mission Street
Incredible line work with silver on white, this continuing show is worth a close up look
1025 Hope Street
The artists in the collective studio show their recent works in a Fine Art Exhibit with a live music stage
Santa Fe Crafts Native American Gallery
1123 Mission Street
An arts and crafts gallery featuring high quality Native American Jewelry, Hopi katsina dolls, Zuni fetishes and Pueblo pottery; and Northern New Mexican handcrafts. Informal gallery talks throughout the evening until 8:00 pm
South Pasadena Music Center & Conservatory
1509 Mission Street
SPMC&C presents three performances:
6:00pm Leave it Alone - SPMCC's resident original music ensemble.
7:00pm All Hasche - Ally Hasche is an indie-folk musician based out of Northern California, and is currently residing in LA. Her style is versatile with influences from blues, folk and rock n roll. Ally has been actively playing music since she was 13 and has progressed in lyrical and songwriting skills in order to develop her signature
8:00pm Holland Belle Holland Belle is a folk-rock musician from Los Angeles. With roots in classical singing, she brings an effortless range and agility to her contemporary songs. Following in the footsteps of the great 70s folk singers, she combines elegant lyricism and storytelling with a powerful, haunting voice. She plays actively throughout LA county
SPACE Arts Center
1506 Mission Street
SPACE will feature the work of artist Susan Arena who will lead a free family art activity inspired by her current show, Family Totems
1504 Mission Street (Back room at Lilly)
The Porpita Society, a high school art club, presents Refuge, the group’s first art show, and Cathy Perlmutter leads a community crochet project
1015 Mission Street
Autumn Group Show: A collective showing of contemporary works. Distinctive fine art gifts from around the world, men's hats, and handcrafted jewelry by local artisans.
1020 Mission Street
Paintings, illustrations, prints & post cards by Martina Moreno. DVD and Blu-ray rentals and sales, posters, books, vinyl and post cards
Falling Into Art
The Art Experience
Next to South Pasadena Music Center & Conservatory
Help South Pas to celebrate fall by painting colorful leaves that will be hung on the Mission Street gas lamps
The Art of Getting a Job
FWIB Mobile Training Unit
This is the debut of the Mobile Training Unit by the Foothills Workforce Investment Board. Check out the online data for jobs in the San Gabriel Valley and meet with a counselor who can assist you in finding a job.