Nineteen local arts and cultural institutions will showcase diverse works of art, music and dance.
Musical excerpts of “I’m Okay, You’re Okay at the OK Corral” at Pasadena City Hall will be performed by the Theatre Americana, while the local acoustic trio The Subs will also play popular songs from the 1950s to now.
Additional ArtNight offerings include:
- an outdoor viewing under the stars of the Pennington Dance Group at A Room to Create;
- physically distanced hands-on art making at artWORKS Teen Center;
- a live performance by Dyad, a violin and bassoon duo, at the brand new Lineage Performing Arts Center;
- an outdoor video billboard on the front lawn of Pasadena City College showing works of artist Natalie Bookchin;
- Viva La Fiesta, a virtual celebration honoring Hispanic Heritage Month, hosted by Pasadena Public Library, with book talks and crafting demos;
- live streamed and pre-recorded classical, jazz, and multicultural performances by Pasadena Conservatory of Music students, faculty, and special guests;
- a virtual book giveaway hosted by Red Hen Press;
- and a virtual ikebana demonstration presented by Jane Imai, executive director of Shumei Arts Council.
The City will not be providing free shuttle transportation for the public; however, there will be two access buses provided for wheelchair accessibility at City Hall. Pie ’n Burger and Fat Boys food trucks will be parked at City Hall and Boston Court Pasadena as well, offering food items and beverages for purchase.
Masks are required at all indoor and some outdoor venues. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination OR a negative COVID test no older than 72 hours is required to be shown at indoor venues expecting more than 1,000 visitors.
The event is taking place from 6-10 p.m, and visitors can visit www.artnightpasadena.org for additional details and a complete list of art and cultural offerings.