Events

Inspiration Sessions
(Oct 2019-Jan 2020)

Applications for our 2020 Dragon Fellowship is open!  Attend our free sessions to learn more about our program, how to apply, and get help with your business idea.  We hope to see you there!

Native Storytelling

A play about missing and murdered Native American women

Our Challenge Winners Isabella and Sophia Madrigal will be continuing their project this year with six performances of their play, “Menil and her Heart.” Join the sister duo as they bring awareness to a pressing issue through the art of acting and music.

 

  • Sunday, November 17
  • Cal State San Bernardino, Desert Campus
  • 2:00pm

A Life in Tapestry: Trudie Strobel

Featuring the art work of a Holocaust Survivor

One of our Dragon Challenge finalists will be continuing their work with the Fellowship with the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena.  Project leaders Maya Savin and Lila Dworsky-Hickey curated a debut exhibition for tapestry artist, Trudie Strobel.  Trudie’s artwork is not only exquisite, but is also a reflection of her time as a holocaust survivor.  This exhibit will be moved to the Armory December 2020 by request of the gallery.  We’re so proud of you both, and can’t wait to see this artwork in a new location!\

 

  • December 14-March 1, 2020
  • The Armory Center for the Arts
  • 145 N. Raymond Ave. Pasadena, CA 91103