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Category Archives: Pacific Arts
Resident muralist and fine artist, Regina Argentin, opened a solo exhibition entitled “Unseen Forces” at Pacific Avenue Arts Colony in San Pedro, CA, for First Thursday (May 4th). The reception brought a large crowd that gathered in the gallery to view … Continue reading
Join us at PacArts for the opening reception for this exciting show! Regina Argentin received her BFA at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. Upon graduation she moved to NYC to pursue her passion as a fine artist. … Continue reading
Pacific Avenue Arts Colony 303 South Pacific Avenue, San Pedro, California 90731 • 310-464-1264
On First Thursday, February 2nd , next to the Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro, CA, there was a public celebration to unveil the new mural created in the Lilyan Fierman Walkway by Pac Arts resident, Luis Sanchez. L.A. City Councilman … Continue reading
In January, Pac Arts (Pacific Avenue Arts Colony) in San Pedro, CA, hosted a Speakers Event with Engage Founder and Executive Director Tim Carpenter interviewing Linda Grimes. Linda is a founder and Managing Director of the San Pedro Waterfront Arts District … Continue reading
Pac Arts is the place to be on February 2nd for First Thursday. Dive into the “Art Tank” at Pac Arts – our next resident artist group exhibition with the Opening Reception Party from 6-8 pm. Following the Lilyan Fierman … Continue reading
~ Helene Weinberg, Program Director
These piano men may have an age difference of 50 years, but across the bridge, from Long Beach to San Pedro, Carl and Joe shared a song. These musicians have never met, yet they were both immersed in playing the … Continue reading
On November’s First Thursday, the Pac Arts Gallery was buzzing with artists, collectors, friends, Pac Arts residents, art lovers, and a wave of cool, eclectic groups kept flowing in. The artwork and metal sculptures by Luis Sanchez captured the imagination, and the … Continue reading