The South Pasadena Arts Council (SPARC) is rolling out some interactive fun for all ages during Saturday’s Fall Arts Crawl.
SPARC will feature a photo corner inspired by the book, “People Who Look Like Art,” by artist/author Lorraine Triolo, with a painted backdrop by artist Jeanie Joe and wildly original hats for participants to put on October 19, from 4 to 9 p.m., in the City Hall courtyard. The hats were created by Triolo and Joe.
Other activities include photo opportunities with comical pop-up boards painted by local South Pasadena artists and coloring fun for children.
In addition, SPARC will hold a closing reception for its exhibition of works by artists Deborah Van Der Zaag and photographer David Johnston at South Pasadena City Hall in the ground floor and upstairs galleries.
The Fall Arts Crawl features artists, musicians, and merchants coming together to celebrate the fall season with a friendly “Neighborhood Night-on-the-Town.”
Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and produced by SPACE, the South Pasadena Arts Crawl welcomes people of all ages to this free event, offering art exhibitions and activities, live music, open houses, food and drink specials, and sales throughout the business district.
Mission Street, and adjacent blocks, will be with lively with event activities throughout the afternoon and night.