Memorial Day Fundraiser

Monday, May 27, 2019

12:00 - 3:00pm

This event is open to the public. RSVP required.

Donations welcome!

Join us at The Residency Project @ 880 this Memorial Day for food and fun times as we raise funds for our Summer 2019 artist residency program! Learn about the exciting things to come for the Residency Project and relax with friends as we kick off the summer season. Donors and attendees will be added to our invite list for exclusive events at The Residency Project—including film screenings, performances, exhibitions, artists talks, and more! Donors will receive acknowledgement on our website.


Saturday, June 8, 2019


FREE and open to all ages.

Experience Old Pasadena with new eyes! Organized by Old Pasadena Management District , BoldPas is a free, one-day-only community event, featuring 16 temporary art installations and hands-on activations in and around Old Pasadena’s historical pedestrian alleyways. At every turn, visitors will encounter art that is bold – in color, scale, materials, and concept – including an interactive installation entitled Capt.’s Big Coloring Book by The Residency Project artist-in-residence Capt. James.

Inspired by his childhood memory of transitioning from filling in coloring books to creating his own, Capt.’s Big Coloring Book is a testament that Capt. James is still that same kid at heart. He invites the public to interact with his graphic line-drawings – his “coloring book” – by coloring them in almost as soon as he creates them .



Artist Talk with Hannah Sehl

and Samuel Bich

February 16, 2019


This event was free and open to the public.

Alison D'Amato, The Sacred Something

Dancers (L-R): Alison D'Amato, Rebecca Bruno, Amanda Furches

Photos: Ruben Diaz


June 24, 2018

Curated by homeLA, this event was free and open to the public and featured site-specific works by artists-in-residence Rebecca Bruno and Alison D'Amato.

Rebecca Bruno, Existential Air, painting and sound installation

Rebecca Bruno, Existential Air, painting and sound installation

Alison D'Amato, The Sacred Something, performance of original choreographic score