MINIGRANT FUNDING OPPORTUNITY – deadline August 15, 2016 5 pm ArtNight Pasadena, sponsored by the City of Pasadena Arts & Culture Commission and the Division of Cultural Affairs, is an ongoing partnership between local cultural institutions and the City of Pasadena. Twice each year, many of the City’s non-profit arts and cultural institutions open on a Friday night to provide a variety of art, culture, and music -- free-of-charge -- to the public. After 34 successful events, patrons have come to expect excellent performances and diverse programming. Live music, dance, spoken word, theater, performance art, visual art exhibits and workshops, as well as story-telling are among the many eligible art forms that have received MiniGrants previously.ArtNight MiniGrants are funded by the Arts & Culture Commission and are intended to increase participation in ArtNight by Pasadena-based, non-profit arts and culture organizations, arts organizations without venues, independent non-commercial galleries, ensembles and individual artists. Click here for application: Mini Grant Application
Pasadena’s winning student artwork belongs to Jordan Garcia who was acknowledged by the Pasadena Unified School District Board for his achievement. The people pictured are: Jordan Garcia's Dad Bobby GarciaRochelle Branch, Cultural Affairs Division ManagerRachel Warecki, Public Relations and Media Specialist, Hollywood Burbank AirportJordan GarciaJordan's Mom Kelli GarciaJen Olson, District Arts CoordinatorDr. Brian McDonald, SuperintendentKim Kenne, PUSD Board President Rear:Roy Boulghourjian, PUSD Board Vice PresidentPatrick Cahalan, PUSD Board MemberLarry Torres, PUSD Board ClerkAdrienne Ann Mullen, PUSD Board Member
The City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Division, along with partner Side Street Projects , is the proud recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Our Town public art project award. Pasadena’s project for the Civic Center: My Pasadena will create a continuous series of events and changing artworks from September 2015-September 2016, transforming the Civic Center area into a creative, vibrant public forum and expanding community awareness of and relevance to the contemporary role of government.PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE MY PASADENA ART PROJECT SELECTIONS
PLEASE CLICK BELOW TO VIEW VIDEOS OF THE Lions, Tigers, And… public art installation at Pasadena City Hall and one of the drum circle events.https://vimeo.com/147386338 https://vimeo.com/150853644 PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE MY PASADENA GUIDEBOOK ENGLISH VERSIONPLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE MY PASADENA GUIDEBOOK SPANISH VERSION| For more information about the My Pasadena public art project installations, events and calendar please click here and visit the website http://sidestreet.org/my-pasadena
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE RFP
NEA Our Town Civic Center PA Project RFPExhibits A-K for Our Town RFP
Public Art Master Plan Publication
The City of Pasadena's Artist Registry is an online resource for individuals, schools, arts organizations and others looking to buy art, to hire teaching artists for special programs or permanent employment, or to network with artists in the community. This directory also provides a free venue in which artists and arts organizations can promote their services and strengthen their visibility.
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This Directory is provided as a service to the Pasadena community through the support of the City Manager, the Cultural Affairs Division, the Pasadena Arts & Culture Commission and Cultural Nexus
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Beginning in February 2004, the City of Pasadena, led by the Cultural Affairs Division and Arts Commission, embarked on the Cultural Nexus (CNP). The CNP will be Pasadena's first comprehensive cultural plan and will be largely developed through a series of town hall meetings and special workshops.
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SpaceFinder LA is a free comprehensive, searchable database of spaces for performances, auditions, classes, workshops, rehearsals, special events and more.http://www.spacefinderla.org/