Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

Pasadena Art Alliance

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) was founded in 1979 by artists, philanthropists, and civic leaders with the mission of building the defining museum of contemporary art. By providing a dynamic, interactive forum, the museum is able to introduce contemporary art to a large audience. MOCA serves over 300,000 visitors annually at two unique locations that make contemporary art readily …

Pasadena City College

Pasadena Art Alliance

The mission of The Galleries at PCC is to present high-caliber exhibitions of local contemporary visual artists and to provide an opportunity for students to view and discuss challenging works, interact with artists and arts professionals, and have their art exhibited to professional standards. This year, PAA will support two Artist-in-Residence exhibitions in the Boone Gallery on the PCC Campus. …

Pitzer College

Pasadena Art Alliance

Pitzer College Art Galleries believes in the power of art to inspire, engage, and transform. The Galleries’ exhibitions and programs facilitate inquiry into contemporary and historical issues of importance and reflect Pitzer College’s core values of social responsibility, intercultural understanding, interdisciplinary learning, and environmental sustainability. With a focus on inclusivity, it seeks to expand and deepen the understanding of the …

Project X Foundation for Art and Criticism

Pasadena Art Alliance

Founded in Eagle Rock by a group of Los Angeles artists, X-TRA has been produced quarterly since 1997 by the Project X Foundation for Art and Criticism. Now found on newsstands and bookstores around the country, in addition to its online presence, X-TRA is a contemporary art journal that presents expansive features, historical essays, interviews, substantive reviews and more. It …

Scripps College

Pasadena Art Alliance

Founded in 1983, the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College presents exhibitions spanning a wide range of art. Whether historical or contemporary, exhibitions enrich the teaching of art and humanities at Scripps as well as the cultural community of Claremont and environs. Since 1996, the Williamson Gallery has invited guest curators to organize the annual ceramics exhibition. PAA will …

Self Help Graphics and Art

Pasadena Art Alliance

Since 1973, Self Help Graphics & Art fosters the creation and advancement of new artworks by artists of color through collaborative printmaking. SHG views the collaboration with artists as an exchange, where artists have the opportunity to create quality prints at no cost to them and share their perspectives and diverse narratives with a wide community. Located in East Los …

USC Pacific Asia Musuem

Pasadena Art Alliance

An integral part of the University of Southern California, the USC Pacific Asia Museum creates inspiring encounters with the art, history and culture of Pacific Asia to promote intercultural understanding in the service of elevating our shared sense of humanity. The PAA will support the exhibition, Movements: Battles and Solidarity featuring the work of Los Angeles-based artist, T. Kim-Trang Tan. …

COVID

Pasadena Art Alliance

Due to COVID related scheduling impacts there may be additional changes not reflected here. Please check the organization’s website for the most accurate information regarding exhibitions.

American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA)

Pasadena Art Alliance

Located in Pomona, AMOCA is one of the few museums in the country dedicated solely to ceramic art and the only one of its kind on the West Coast. Grant funding will be used to support the exhibition “Don Reitz: This is Not A Dress Rehearsal” related educational programs, and a catalogue. This posthumous exhibition will feature, together for the …

Angels Gate Cultural Center

Pasadena Art Alliance

Located in San Pedro, Angels Gate Cultural Center is a lead partner in the State-designated San Pedro Arts and Cultural District, uniting art, community and culture through its contemporary art exhibitions, community arts education, and cultural events. This grant will help support four exhibitions, Multiples, Betwixt and Between and Hair Pulling Between Good and Evil and Portals. Portals features the …