• Jan
    2

    February 18- April 10, 2020 Jacci Den Hartog: Blood and Bones

    In her recent sculptural works referencing local waterfall shapes, Den Hartog uses steel, aluminum mesh, aqua resin fiberglass cloth and paint on a stainless steel pedestal to create a frozen stopped movement suspended in time. An asymmetrical balancing act, these are solid sculptural realities that evoke organic movement through space responding to gravity and all the natural forces. The work harkens to Lynda Bengalis’ legacy of pours, as Den Hartog also embraces innovative exploration of unexpected media and mixed materials.


  • Jan
    1

    February 18- April 10, 2020 Yo am; I soy: Abel Alejandre and Eloy Torrez

    As a companion show to the concurrent solo exhibition of our 2020 Artist-in-Residence Jacci Den Hartog’s work in the Boone Family Art Gallery, Gallery V will present a tandem solo exhibition of the works of Abel Alejandre and Eloy Torrez. Alejandre and Torrez share an impulse to respect and honor the cultural wealth of Mesoamerican heritage rooted in our Los Angeles communities. As Jacci Den Hartog’s abstracted organic sculptural forms reveal our transient and shifting sense of self, Alejandre and Torrez articulate the complexities of the Latinx hybrid identity construct shedding light on ancestral Mesoamerican roots of Latinx psychology.


  • Mar
    25

    February 19 – April 12, 2019 The Art of Kyla Hansen and Alison Ragguette

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    This tandem solo exhibition pairs the quirky, cobbled sculptures of Kyla Hansen with the similarly unexpected juxtapositions inherent in the ceramic, sculptural works of Alison Petty Ragguette.


  • Mar
    25

    February 19 – April 12, 2019 Twisted Refrain: The Work of Marnie Weber

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    Marnie Weber’s centralizing embrace of the societal fringe mimics our globalized reassessment of the dominant point of view, debunking the old norm for a new model where the previously peripheral moves to center stage.


  • Feb
    28

    Kori Newkirk, Artist in Residence

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    The Art Galleries at Pasadena City College are pleased to present artwork from Kori Newkirk. Kori Newkirk creates mixed media artworks often inspired from cast-off objects found in his local environs of downtown Los Angeles. Newkirk harnesses these rescued objects in thought-provoking works that comment on our society. These unexpected impetuses provide a springboard for Newkirk’s investigations into art, as he intersects these creative materials into a fruitful dialog with art history, providing a cogent commentary on our everyday world and what it says about us as a culture.


  • Jan
    30

    EZ Future: The Video Installations and Sculptures of Joshua Haycraft

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    The Art Galleries at Pasadena City College are pleased to present "EZ Future: The Video Installations and Sculptures of Joshua Haycraft." The video installations and sculptural artworks of Joshua Haycraft present an artificial futuristic world of technological design. A pre-packaged culture of mechanized desire, these slick consumer products promise enlightenment in easily participatory techno-interactive doses of computer aesthetics.


  • Jan
    1

    Sharpener

    This Event Has Passed The annual fall Faculty Show where PCC faculty members display their creative works.


  • Jan
    1

    Silent Africa: African Masks from the June Harwood Collection and Silent Auction Fundraiser

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    The Art Galleries at Pasadena City College are pleased to present African masks and artifacts from the collection of the June Harwood Charitable Trust. These objects were acquired by Hardedge painter June Harwood, often with the help of noted collector and artist Emerson Woelffer


  • Feb
    21

    Art Exhibition: "Tactile: Function Re-envisioned"

    Event Dates: Feb. 21 - Apr. 14, 2017.

    A three-person show of Lynn Aldrich, Miyoshi Barosh and Doug Harvey presented by the Galleries at PCC. In our Gallery V, as a companion show to the Tim Hawkinson solo in the Boone Family Art Gallery, we present this group show of artists whose works re-envision function, recasting materials into new, unexpected roles in artworks that embody a strong textural or tactile aspect in their materiality as they are reinvented from their original mundane or cast-off status. At times bridging sculpture and painting, these repurposed media enjoy a new life, giving us pause to consider that art fodder is all around us if we can embrace a fresh perspective and open our minds to the possibilities around us.


  • Feb
    21

    Tim Hawkinson Exhibition: "Spirit of Invention"

    Event Date: Feb. 21 - Apr. 14, 2017

    Tim Hawkinson is recognized internationally for his unsurpassed and uncanny creativity. Mixing high tech and low tech in unexpected confluence, his resulting artworks are a wonder of creative ingenuity. Because of his remarkable spirit of invention and the wonderfully unpredictable outcomes of his inquisitive postulations, Tim Hawkinson is an inspiration, modeling creativity as a playful dance with life itself.


10/30/2020