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Thursday, April 9, 2015
The Pasadena-Altadena Links To Present Community Art Showcase “Master of The Arts”
On Sunday April 19, 2015 The Pasadena-Altadena Chapter of the Links Incorporated will present their annual art exhibition, “Master of The Arts” at The Art Center College of Design, Pasadena Hillside Campus from 2 pm – 5 pm.
This art showcase will highlight the creative talents of a diverse group of visual artists and authors. Featured artist include: Mark Greenfield; Tony Scott; Jeffery Stephenson; Anthony Taylor; D. Shannon Young; Stan Bruce; Kay Lee; Kathy Huante; Escott El; Tomeeka Pitre; Teresa Tolliver; California African American Museum. Also showcased will be the Jewelry of Rumae Gemstones and LMG Studios as well the works of local authors Darrell D. Miller and Jervey Tervalon.
In addition, an art contest is open to PUSD students for submission until April 15, 2015 and will be judged by community members. Students may submit photography, multimedia, ceramics, graphic design etc. of their choice for judging. One lucky student will be awarded a $250 prize for showcasing his or her creative endeavors. Please contact Betty Saddler to arrange art pickup from a PUSD School site at (626) 449-6204.
The community is invited to attend, mix and mingle with fellow art enthusiasts, and revel in the various displays of beautiful art mediums on the lovely campus of Art Center. Both Admission and Parking is Free to the public.
For more information on “Master of the Arts” please contact Links Art Facet Chair Charmayne Ealy at (626 ) 798 -1569 or visit www.pasadenaaltadenalinksinc.org.
The Pasadena-Altadena Chapter of The Links, Inc. has proudly served the community for over 50 years.