Museum Permanently Closed The Pasadena Museum of California Art {Free Event}

"! ! i wanted to do that . . . just not alone ! ! !"
"! ! i wanted to do that . . . just not alone ! ! !"
Public group

Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA)

490 E Union St · Pasadena

How to find us

The group will have a meetup flag. Start at 6 in the KosmicKrylon

Location image of event venue


Congratulation on looking ahead on the calendar and fining the "secret" events that are not yet announced.

This event is posted but not "announced."

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It is still in progress of being "written up." And in others it is in need of something like an Event Host.

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This Museum Permanently Closed. Bummer.
Will replace with another good museum free day, and then move back in the calendar.

. This event is Free. The museum normally costs. On this day and time, . . it is free.
Afterwards we will go to a local spot to have conversation.
The Mixx is around the corner at 443 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101
The Mixx 8pm to 11
. The PMCA has THREE main exhibits right now.
. The Feminine Sublime: Historically, depictions of the sublime were reserved for men whose rationality and order were posed against nature, the imagination, or the female “other.” The Feminine Sublime presents a counter-narrative that upends previous ideas of the sublime in painting with a unique feminist perspective.
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. Ana Serrano: Homegrown. . . . . .. Ana Serrano’s immersive “garden” both references a recognizable urban landscape and pays homage to the artist’s family connection to the land in Mexico. Highlighting the juxtaposition of the built environment and plant life, the installation is composed of bright-colored walls and lively plants made of cardboard and paper. The dynamic space invites viewers to move into the sculpture and immerse themselves in the disparate yet familiar elements of city living, emphasizing the balance between man-made constructions and natural elements as well as dense, permanent objects and those that are lighter, more ephemeral.
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Testament of the Spirit: Paintings by Eduardo Carrillo, . .. . . Eduardo Carrillo’s [masked]) artwork has been described as mystical, realistic, surreal, and visionary. His imagery, whether grounded in the everyday world or infused with magical realism, reflects his relationship to his native California and to his Mexican heritage, as well as to his early religious upbringing and respect for European traditions in art. An inspirational leader who actively challenged racism and injustice, Carrillo created programs and platforms that promoted greater awareness of Latin American culture, aesthetics, and social concerns, significantly advancing the recognition and appreciation of Chicano art and culture in California.
. As a part of this exhibition, the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) will show the monumental and historic mural Chicano History for the first time in 28 years.

It's "I wanted to do that" by the numbers.
1st Friday (something eclectic)
2nd Sunday Coffee Talkie (but there may be sometimes also a 2nd Saturday slipped in)
3rd Thursday (another eclectic pic, but this time a weeknight)
4th Friday New (and old) Member Mixer. Our signature monthly event on the group.
. These elements will be happening every month on the group. (send suggestions of thing to do)
. It will make it as easy as 1, 2, 3 with 4 for good measure.
. . This month:
1st Montessori Scavenger Hunt Tableau Vivants
2nd Coffee Talkie
3rd The Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA)
4th Le Petit Paris