At ArtNight Pasadena, SOUL POWER will revive the sights and sounds emanating from the explosive 1960’s with installations, Room 13 art, creative teach-ins, music, fun munchies and art that speaks its mind!
Friday, October 9th, from 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Free Shuttles ~ Food Trucks ~ Walking & Biking Friendly ~ Family Friendly ~ Outdoors and Dog Friendly (at our site # 11)
Light Bringer Project @ Day One is right next door to City Hall!
Room 13 Soul-Themed art (& zines by teens), Deejay classics, Robbie Conal art, Pasadena leaflets from the 70’s (The Center for the Study of Political Graphics), Sonia Romero, Local Artists, Then and Now Foods, Hula for Hope, Button & Picket Sign-making! And More!!!
Rasheed Ali – Pasadena Mini Grantee: Of Digital Rain Factory in Altadena, Rasheed specializes in the art and craft of Digital Storytelling to create authentic New Media. “By using the power of Digital Storytelling to educate, inform and inspire, I can promote community and a call-to-action…What I learned about art forms and expression, I learned from the fertile minds of my elementary school students.”
Frank Romero – Throughout his 40 year career as an artist, Frank Romero has been a dedicated member of the Los Angeles arts community. As a member of the 1970s Chicano art collective, Los Four, he and fellow artists Carlos Almaraz, Beto de la Rocha and Gilbert Lujan, helped to define and promote the new awareness of La Raza through murals, publications and exhibitions. Los Four’s historic 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was the country’s first show of Chicano art at a major art institution.