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Light Bringer at Day One Brings Luminosity to ArtNight Pasadena

ArtNight is an ongoing partnership among cultural institutions and the City of Pasadena’s Cultural Affairs Division. 20 locations in all, will feature a range of artistic offerings expected to engage over 20,000 visitors. The citywide arts open house takes place Friday, October 10th, from 6:00-10:00 pm. On that evening, Light …

Amazing Art at Pasadena Chalk

The Amazing Diversity of Artists and Art at the Pasadena Chalk Festival

The recent Pasadena Chalk Festival, held at Paseo Colorado on June 14th and 15th, marked the 22nd return of jaw dropping art. We can visit new destinations, and imagine beautiful things, but it is rare to find this many artists, representing every cultural background and artistic style, all at work …

16th Century Graffiti

The history of street painting can be traced far back, when soldiers returning home from battle  painted images of the Madonna in their towns and villages and in front of their churches. This is why these street artists were named ‘Madonnari.’ Cut to 2013… Last year, Pasadena Chalk Festival drew approximately …

Pasadena Chalk Festival

Join Us June 15th and 16th, 10am-7pm Yes, it’s Father’s Day Weekend at Paseo Colorado! Come see more than 500 artists from all over southern California create 200 murals in pastel chalk, using the pavement as their canvas.  Murals range in subject matter from the classical to whimsical, including renditions of masterpieces, …

A Message/Video from Tom Coston

Dear Friends, I am calling upon you to support Light Bringer Project’s vital work in our community. We are happy to join forces with Fundly, an innovative social media fundraising tool, to help us strengthen and broaden our fundraising efforts through the end of the year. By supporting this campaign …

Chalk Festival Through the Years

The Pasadena Chalk Festival began in 1993 after a summer intern at the Light Bringer Project attended a street painting festival in Paris and brought back her amazing pictures and observations. From there, the festival has grown to become the world’s largest street painting event, boasting more than 600 artists …

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