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Members Only: Arroyo Culture
September 19, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm$30
Ann Scheid, curator of the Greene and Greene Archives at The Gamble House will explore how Pasadena attracted a number of artists and artisans who formed a distinctive colony that flourished and eventually spread its influences in California in the early 20th century. The initial attraction was Throop Institute, a center of Arts and Crafts training where Ernest Batchelder activated a program in design. The focus will be on some of the key figures who lived and worked in Pasadena, who later became well-known and influential educators, artists, and artisans. This lecture will be held in the garden of a 1911 cottage in the historic Madison Heights neighborhood.
Program begins at 6:00 pm. All At Home programs take place at least in part outdoors. In case of rain, please consider your reservation a donation. Please note At Home events include walking and steps. Please no high heels.
Our 2017 At Home Series combines presentations by outstanding speakers with visits to architecturally unique homes. PMH Members are encouraged to enjoy one or more evenings of history, culture, food, and companionship with fellow PMH members. For the full list of 2017 At Home lectures, please visit our Members’ Events page.
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