GO-2016: Open Studio Tour
The City of Glendale is home to dozens of commercial and residential art studios, museums, galleries and creative spaces. October 15th & 16th, 2016 presented a special opportunity for the public to get a behind the scenes look at the city’s rich culture, diversity and creativity; GO-2016, The Glendale Open Studio Tour was a free 2-day self-guided event highlighting several creative hubs within the city’s boundaries.
GALA: Glendale Area Loves Art
GALA Exhibits features emerging and established artists through a series of exhibitions in temporarily available spaces and empty storefronts, in coordination with the City of Glendale and local property owners interested in promoting the arts.
WATER FINDS A WAY
Water Finds A Way, a temporary art installation highlighting the significance of water. This unique collaboration between AFTA and local artists Chris Ghantous and William Stranger was created using reclaimed wood, stone filled Earthknit, glass mulch, and includes a solar powered “water” element in the center.
A GLENDALE PICNIC
Bridget Beck’s “A Glendale Picnic,” a 19’ in diameter interactive steel sculpture with picnic seating and birdhouses, was unveiled on March 21, 2015. Attendees met the artist and enjoyed ukulele music by the Honolulu Avenue Strummers and Montrose Ukulele Jam.
Arts and Culture Commission
c/o Library, Arts & Culture
222 East Harvard Street
Glendale, CA 91205
Jennifer Fukutomi-Jones, Arts & Culture Administrator, at email@example.com