Creative minds and social mavericks find inspiration in their environment and often migrate to warmer climates and picturesque locations to stimulate the mind and soothe the soul. During southern California’s early beginnings, Pasadena’s Arroyo Seco attracted visitors from around the nation and the world. By 1910, the area was settled by original thinkers—architects, writers, scientists, musicians, and more than 200 artists.

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California Art Club Looks to Past for Future