We recently wrote about the enormous recreational opportunities in the Arroyo Seco. Now come see the Arroyo through the eyes of Southern California’s groundbreaking artists. On November 2 and 3 Lower Arroyo Park will serve as the backdrop for 16 art installations exploring the many facets of one of Pasadena’s most recognized landmarks. Re-Imagining the Arroyo is a perfect opportunity to enjoy a fall weekend by taking a curated stroll through the history, the myths and the beauty of the one of Los Angeles’ most important waterways. A special performance by composer Gregory Lenczycki will close out the weekend on Sunday. Admission is free and open to the public. Don’t miss this opportunity to view a vital part of Pasadena through a unique prism.
Katrina Alexy, Dori Atlantis, Otis Bardwell, Kay Brown, David Casey
Lorri Deyer, Alan Disparte, Linda Dove, Elizabeth Garrison, Cindy Jackson
Amy Lee Ketchum, Joshua Ketchum, Gregory Lenczycki * (Lenczycki, Sunday only)
Elaine Parks, Karen Reitzel, James Rojas, Leonard Rusch, Suzanne Siegel
The Young Yews, William Tonner
USC School of Cinematic Arts Associate Professor Lisa Mann and her students:
Karl Baumann, Reginald Espiritu, Lauren Fenton, Alex Gabrielli, Nicolette Gmoser-Daskalakis, Quyen Nguyen Le, Savannah Lejeune-Stodieck, Sara Bardam-Bey, George Mylonas, Anshul Pendse, Chang Zhan
SUNDAY ONLY — composer Gregory Lenczycki featuring Ted Byrnes, Percussion; James Klopfleisch, Double Bass; William Roper, Tuba; Christine Tavolacci, Flute; Brian Walsh, Clarinet.
Re-Imagining the Arroyo will be held on November 2 and 3 from 10:30 am -5:30 pm in Lower Arroyo Park. Access to the park is via South Arroyo Boulevard. Take California Blvd west until it ends at South Arroyo Blvd and turn right. Take the first left turn into the Arroyo. Parking is available at the bottom.
For more information visit newtownarts.org.