One Colorado is again hosting the Art & Design Open Market on Sunday. Open Market is a chance for art students, faculty and alumni from PCC and Art Center College of Design to meet each other, see each other’s artwork and sell their artwork. The event is free and open to the public, which can choose from an array of prints, photography, sculpture and fine art created by local artists.
Daniel Carrillo, undeclared, will be participating in the event for the sixth time.
“It’s a totally, totally fun way to network and relax, as an artist and as a buyer,” Carrillo said. “It’s like a friendly competition between PCC and Art Center.”
Another participant, Kenneth James, art, said he is always interested in meeting the different art students.
“I love seeing the artwork and what’s in the art students’ heads as conveyed on the canvas,” James said.
Ceramics instructor Jim Gonzalez, an event organizer, said it’s a wonderful opportunity for students to sell their artwork.
All of the proceeds from sales will go to the artists.
The event, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., will occupy an entire block between Colorado Boulevard, Fair Oaks Avenue, Union Street and Delacey Avenue in Old Pasadena. To learn more about One Colorado, patrons can visit onecolorado.com.
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