Virtual Art and Culture

Norton Simon Museum

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Arcadia Contemporary

Every five days, Arcadia Contemporary will bring a different, virtual themed exhibition directly into your home. Bookmark the link and check back regularly for a new exhibit each week.

Armory Center for the Arts

Pasadena's eclectic Armory Center for the Arts encourages you to come together as a community to celebrate the power of art. Everything you love about the Armory is going virtual – art activities, lessons, exhibition programs, and more.

ArtCenter College of Design

ArtCenter’s podcast features intimate interviews with artists, designers, and thought leaders examining the ideas fueling their work and how the creative process can be a catalyst for change.

Gallery 30 South

View fine art paintings, prints, and objects with an atelier jeweler on location.


KPCC In Person hosts the first physically-distanced Book Club. Bridget Schinnerer, manager of the Hastings Ranch outpost of Vroman’s Bookstore, will lead a deep dive into one of her favorite recent novels, “Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine,” which has been named one of NPR’s Great Reads. Bridget and a panel of guests will discuss the book and take your questions and comments live. Read the book, and let’s chat.

Norton Simon Museum

Experience Pasadena's beloved art museum, the Norton Simon, and its collections through digital lectures, online podcasts and virtual videos. Find pieces from various art periods featuring works from Rembrandt, Fragonard, Goya, Degas, Vuillard, and Picasso.

The Gamble House

Take a virtual tour of The Gamble House, an outstanding example of American Arts and Crafts style architecture and a National Historic Landmark. The house and furnishings were designed by architects Charles and Henry Greene in 1908. For the movie buffs, you may also recognize it as Doc Brown's house in Back to the Future.

The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens

Experience The Huntington through virtual tours, at home activities, videos, and “The Collections,” a podcast with the heads of the library, art museum, and botanical gardens about why they do what they do and what makes their work at The Huntington so deeply rewarding.

Pasadena Heritage

Oral Histories
Learn about Pasadena’s cultural and architectural heritage and history through interviews with three notable Pasadenans: Ruth Shellhorn, Dr. Robert Winter, and Harold Zook, AIA.

Pasadena Digital History

Discover Pasadena’s rich historical heritage by perusing historical documents and photographs. Get back to the roots of the city and learn all about its past.

Pasadena Museum of History

Podcast covering the history of early Pasadena from 1890-1930 featuring interview with Education and Public Programs director Bradford Macneil with Pamela Wilson, producer and host of KPFK’s Treasures of the West program.

My Masterpieces Monday provides mini-lessons in art for children based on the Museum’s art programs for children provided in collaboration with PUSD.

Rose Bowl Stadium

Step inside the virtual world of the Rose Bowl Stadium. Follow along each week for content from some of the biggest names in sports history, food, and fun events.

Tournament of Roses

Attend a virtual tour of the Tournament House, the official headquarters for the Tournament of Roses Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game. The new years celebration is one of Pasadena's biggest annual events, attracting hundreds of thousands of attendees each year.

USC Pacific Asia Museum

USC Pacific Asia Museum’s PAM@Home initiative provides curated enriching content and a look at their groundbreaking exhibition, “Contemporary Art and Asian Voices in Los Angeles.”