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ArtNight Pasadena

Friday,
6:00pm–10:00pm
Presented by: City of Pasadena
Participating venues
Pasadena, CA 91103


www.cityofpasadena.net/artnight


HYBRID ArtNight Pasadena

NO SHUTTLE SERVICE – VIRTUAL and LIMITED, IN-PERSON ACTIVITIES

Please stay home if you have symptoms of illness. Masks are required in all indoor settings.

ArtNight Pasadena is the City’s signature cultural event produced by the Cultural Affairs Division in collaboration with Partner organizations. In keeping with social distancing requirements, Fall ArtNight will be hybrid with virtual and limited, in-person activities. 

Enjoy a free evening of art and entertainment as many of Pasadena’s most prominent cultural institutions participate in the hybrid event. Join in on this celebration with your favorite ArtNight partner organizations as we come together as a community for an exciting line-up of art experiences, music, panel discussions, screenings, theater performances, and more.

See the complete line-up of events on the official ArtNight Pasadena page.  

Here are a few highlights in and around Old Pasadena, but visit the page link above for all the offerings and many virtual options: 

ARMORY CENTER FOR THE ARTS
145 N. Raymond Avenue

  • Virtual
  • In-Person Indoors (requires reservation, vaccination proof OR negative test in last 72 hours)
  • In-Person Outdoor Viewing

Enjoy the exhibition Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe (by-appointment), an installation by Sehba Sarwar in Memorial Park, Zoom art classes, and streaming art experiences. Make reservations for indoor exhibition: beginning October 1 at 12:00pm (noon). City-funded MiniGrants: artist Sehba Sarwar, musician Robert Hilton.

CITY OF PASADENA CITY HALL
100 N. Garfield Avenue

• In Person Outdoor Viewing

Stop by City Hall for information, enjoy a snack, and catch musical excerpts of I’m Okay, You’re Okay at the OK Corral by Theatre Americana and music by The SUBS, a local acoustic trio playing favorite songs from the 1950s to now. Youth Ambassadors will be manning the snack bar; swing by to support their program. FOOD TRUCK: Pie ‘N Burger. City-funded MiniGrants: The SUBS and Theatre Americana

• Virtual

From Senet to Monopoly to Terraforming Mars: 4,600 Years of Board Games. The evolution of board games has transformed them into a popular pastime all over the world. Join Nick Smith, for another fascinating adventure as we discover the history and popularity of ancient games, familiar classics, and today’s popular versions of this age-old pursuit. Pre-recorded presentation will be available all evening.

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