SPARC Highlights | Winter Arts Crawl 2019

Stop by a number of different galleries and interactive exhibits presented by the South Pasadena Arts Council for Saturday's Arts Crawl!

PHOTO: Jose B. Ramirez | "View to Stone" (2017) The artist will be displaying his vibrant works from the past few years

The South Pasadena Arts Council’s SPARC art galleries will be open to visitors during the free Arts Crawl evening of exhibits, live music, open houses, artisans, interactive arts, and more, produced by the South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce and co-sponsored by the City of South Pasadena, taking place Saturday, February 16, from 5 to 9 p.m.

Into The Unknown: A Portrait of South Pasadena | Cyndi Bemel

An exhibition of Merwin Belin’s through-provoking “What’s News–The Front Pages of Merwin Belin” is on view at SPARC’s gallery at the Chamber of Commerce, 1121 Mission Street; Jose Ramirez’s “Art for the People”—a series of large-scale paintings—and photographer Cyndi Bemel’s, “Into the Unknown–A Portrait of South Pasadena” are featured at SPARC’s downstairs and upstairs gallery spaces at South Pasadena City Hall, 1414 Mission Street.

Merwin Belwin | Go Time | 2018, Mixed Media

In addition, SPARC will be “Igniting Creativity and Illuminating the Arts” with an interactive event for the public outside in the courtyard of South Pasadena City Hall. Participants will wrap and hang glow-in-the-dark necklaces, provided by SPARC, on artist Aaron Therol’s framework to create a light sculpture based on this year’s Arts Crawl theme: “All You Need Is Love.”

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