On the trail of...
A Half Mile of Al Fresco Installations, sculptures and performances
Video of the installation
June 6, 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
June 7, 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Hahamongna Watershed Park (see below for directions)
A stroll through art and nature
Multiple Installations and Performances by
Jacki Apple & Paul Soady
Karen Bonfigli & Andreas Hessing
Thadeus Frazier-Reed and Cassia Streb
John P. Hastings
John O’Brien & Cielo Pessione
Directions to Hahamongna Watershed Park
The Park is in the northwest corner of Pasadena, just south of JPL. Exit the 210 Fwy. at the Berkshire/Oak Grove offramp (N. of 210/134 Intersection). If you were going west on 210, turn right. If going east on 210, turn left. Turn left at Oak Grove (light at end of Berkshire). Go 0.3 miles to stop light at Foothill Blvd.. Turn right into park. Turn left to go down the hill to main parking area. Maps will be available at parking lot island.
NewTown strives to make people aware that contemporary art forms are innovative, accessible, enjoyable and important parts of society's fabric. NewTown often defines itself as “a laboratory for innovative presentational formats.” The goals of these formats are to bring new audiences to today’s cutting-edge art, while providing artists with new and challenges contexts in which to make new art. NewTown has brought new art works and new art forms to an estimated 171,000 people, many of whom had never encountered "experimental" art, with many of the events free and in public spaces; been a leading advocate for small, grassroots arts organizations; and maintained minimal administrative costs, so over 85% of all memberships, grants and ticket sales go directly to artists and event production.
On the Trail of… is funded, in part, by:
The Pasadena Art Alliance and the Pasadena Arts & Culture Commission and the City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Division.
Interviews and images available upon request.