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50th Anniversary Celebration

50 next052Monday Evening, June 23, 2014
Christensen Alley, Old Pasadena

2014 AxS Award

Lita Albuquerque
Installation, environmental artist, painter and sculptor

2014 Gold Crown Awards

The Ayrshire Foundation
Supporter of Art and Historical Institutions

Frederick Fisher
Architect, designer and builder of exceptional spaces

Please join Honorary Co-Chairs Heather Haaga and Alyce Williamson and other leaders of the cultural community as we come together to celebrate the conversation between the arts and the sciences that has long been emblematic of Pasadena’s history, and is equally fused with its future.

Emma Goldman: Love, Anarchy and Other Affairs

EMMAAnarchist. Feminist. Advocate for the working class, free love and gay rights… Emma Goldman was a woman ahead of her time. Emma Goldman: Love, Anarchy and Other Affairs is a 60-minute whirlwind solo performance about the life, loves and radical philosophies of the activist who said, “If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution.” Set in a Chicago apartment where she was hiding out in 1901 and scored with a punk rock soundtrack, Emma Goldman is a tour-de-force performance by stage and screen actress McCready Baker, helmed by critically-acclaimed director Gina Young.

Four Performances, May 14 – May 17, 2014 

Civic Center Studios
207 S. Broadway, Suite One
Los Angeles

For tickets and additional information, please click here.

Install:LA – Riot I/II

Artist Application Now Open For RIOT I Art Exhibition

INSTALL:LA will curate LA PRIDE’s 2014 and 2015 two-part art installation program, titled “RIOT I/II”.  Both years are significant for Christopher Street Wesgay handst and the LGBT community with 2014 marking the 45th Anniversary of The Stonewall Riots and 2015 marking LA PRIDE’s 45th. As such, INSTALL will be curating the two year show with both short and long term perspectives, celebrating the subsequent milestones of The Stonewall Riots and the first Pride Parade. The goal will be to create a bridge between the early generations, the activists that fought for today’s advances and the current generation who continue to fight for equality.

If you are an artist and would like to be considered for RIOT I/II, please click HERE for more information on how to be a part of LA PRIDE history!