Thursday, December 20, 2012

Altadena Community Arts Center first exhibit open through Jan. 18

 Altadena’s new Community Arts Center, a project developed by The Altadena Arts Council, will officially open its doors on Sunday, December 16th with its inaugural event, “Artists From the North”, an exhibition that will, fittingly, feature works by artists from the Altadena, Pasadena and Foothill area communities.  Executive Director Mary Ann Stevenson says that, “After so many years of operating out of our home, we (she and co-founder, Gene Stevenson) wanted to make the first official event in our own facility, the new Altadena Community Arts Center, one that serves as a tribute to the many talented artists residing in our community who struggle, as we do, for the love of art.”  “It’s all in line with our goal of serving as Altadena’s advocates for the arts.”
This is a juried exhibition for artists residing in Altadena, Pasadena and Foothill Area Communities working in all traditional and non-traditional media. 

 The exhibit runs from December 16th through January 18, 2013.
 Gallery days and hours: Tue. – Fri. 10am to 2pm and 4pm to 7pm; Saturday, 10am to 2pm;
 Sunday, 2pm-5pm.
  Altadena Community Arts Center is located at 2460 North Lake Avenue
 (intersection of Lake and Mariposa).  
For information call (626) 797-5798.

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