Mountain Views News, Combined Edition Saturday, June 4, 2022

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Four Caltech Faculty, Five The Huntington's Collection of San Marino UpcomingAlums Elected to National British Drawings Open June 18 Events & Programming

Academy of Sciences East Meets West: Make Them Laugh – Happy Parents Raise 
Happy Children

 Four members of the Caltech Saturday, June 4 at 1 PM at the Barth Community Room 
faculty have been elected to the This multicultural parent club presents Annie Brassard, youth 
National Academy of Sciences mental health consultant, and Becky Lei, EQ master. They will 
(NAS) this year. Election to the share their knowledge and pass on skills to the local parents on 
academy is considered one of how to raise children in an international and competitive world. 
the highest professional honors Registration is required. 
that can be bestowed upon a Storytime 
scientist. Monday, June 6: Toddlers

 The faculty members elected Tuesday, June 7: Baby Lapsit 
to the NAS this year are Bil At 10:30 AM at Children’s Area, LibraryClemons, the Arthur and Michael Elowitz works in the Storytime features activities that will promote early literacy and 
Marian Hanisch Memorial fields of synthetic and systems lifelong learning through songs, bounces, fingerplays, and books. 
Professor of Biochemistry; biology. His research aims to Toddler Storytime occurs weekly on Mondays through July 25.
Linda Hsieh-Wilson, the enable the programming of Baby Lapsit Storytime occurs weekly on Tuesdays through JulyMilton and Rosalind Chang new biological functions with 26. Registration is not required. 

Professor of Chemistry; Make and Take with Dad

molecular circuits of interacting “Drawing is the most 
genes and proteins. His lab’s The “100 Great British spontaneous and intimate Saturday, June 11 at 9 AM at Lacy Park 
main strategy is to design and Drawings,” a major exhibition of art forms, revealing the Cost per kit: $25 for residents, $29 for non-residents 
engineer synthetic circuits at The Huntington Library, thoughts and mood of the Get ready for Father’s Day by joining us at Make and Take with 
that allow cells to process, Art Museum, and Botanical artist through the stroke of a Dad! At this outdoor woodworking class, you will make a wooden 

remember, and communicate Gardens, will trace the practice pen or touch of a brush dipped toolbox that is ready for use. Children ages 5-17 are welcome 
information, often in of drawing in Britain from in watercolor,” said Melinda to attend with their dad or any other figure who embodies 
unexpected ways. By designing the 17th through the mid-McCurdy, curator of British the meaning of what it means to be a dad in someone’s life. 

synthetic circuits, his group 20th century, spotlighting art, curator of the exhibition, Registration is required. 
is discovering fundamental The Huntington’s important and author of the catalog. “It is For more or register visit: 
principles of natural biological collection of more than 12,000 a practice especially associated 
circuit design and providing works that represent the great with British artists, whose Pasadena Chalk Festivalfoundations for new kinds of masters of the medium. On serious engagement with the 
biomedical therapies. He joined view June 18 through Sept. 5, medium is on vibrant display in 
the Caltech faculty in 2003. in the MaryLou and George the works we highlight in this On Father’s Day Weekend 

Boone Gallery, the exhibition exhibition.” The Paseo, an open-air chalk artMichael Elowitz, professor of will feature rarely seen Chronologically Exploring a lifestyle shopping center in Artist Gallery/Silent

biology and bioengineering 

treasures, including works by Range of Styles downtown Pasadena, together Auction: Affordable small and Howard Hughes Medical William Blake, John Constable, Organized chronologically, with Light Bringer Project, a painted canvases and otherInstitute Investigator; and Thomas Gainsborough, and “100 Great British Drawings” non-profit Pasadena-based merchandise for sale near

Nicholas Scoville, the Francis 

J. M. W. Turner, as well as will explore portraiture, arts organization, will host the the main stage with proceeds
L. Moseley Professor of examples by artists associated historical subjects, landscape, 29th annual Pasadena Chalk benefitting the Light BringerAstronomy, Emeritus. with the Pre-Raphaelite still life, botanical illustration, Festival from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. ProjectBil Clemons uses the tools Brotherhood and early 20th-and caricature. The works on on Father’s Day weekend, June Artist Awards Ceremony: of biochemistry to explore century modernism. A fully view will represent a full range 18 and 19. Takes place at the conclusionthe molecular building illustrated catalog accompanies of styles, including quick pencil The event is free to attend of the festival on Sunday,
blocks of life. The structural the exhibition, examining for 

sketches that candidly reveal and open to the public. In June 19th, from 7 p.m. to 8biologists in the Clemons lab Nicholas Scoville founded the first time the strength and artists’ creative processes, addition to showcasing the p.m. Participating artists and work on problems related to the Cosmic Evolution Survey diversity of The Huntington’s fluid pen-and-ink studies that work of hundreds of talented shopping center visitors willhow membrane proteins are (COSMOS), which probes the British drawings collection, a approach the quality of finished chalk artists, the 2022 event select the most outstanding

made and inserted into cell 

formation and evolution of significant portion of which has works, and highly refined will focus on fundraising with murals for a variety of awards membranes and the chemistry galaxies as well as black holes, never been published before. watercolor paintings. donations as well as proceeds including The Paseo People’s of enzymes that catalyze the in 2003. He led the survey for The Huntington is the sole The art of drawing first from the art gallery/silent Choice Award; Best in Festival;

transfer of sugars onto lipids. 

its first 10 years. He also served venue for the exhibition. flourished in Britain in the late auction benefitting the Light and 1st, 2nd and 3rd place

The work aims toward basic 

as the director of the Owens “The Huntington is renowned 17th century with an influx of Bringer Project’s arts education winners as well as a variety ofbiological understanding that Valley Radio Observatory for its incomparable collection artists coming from continental programs for underserved other winner categories. Artists 

may lead to the development of 

(OVRO) from 1986 to 1996. of British art, ranging from Europe, where the practice was youth. Each year, the Light will be competing for a series of novel therapeutics. He joined More recently, he used 15th-century silver to the commonly a part of artistic Bringer Project reaches more exciting prizes.the Caltech faculty in 2005. Atacama Large Millimeter/ graphic art of Henry Moore, training. British artists also than 3,500 students from 10 Five Programs Benefitting from 

submillimeter Array (ALMA) with the most famous works traveled abroad to view and low-income public schools in the Pasadena Chalk Festival 

in Chile to study the evolution being, of course, our grand copy the works of Europe’s old Los Angeles County with its The Light Bringer Project 
of more than 700 galaxies manner paintings,” said masters and contemporary programs and services. directs all proceeds from 
within the COSMOS survey Christina Nielsen, Hannah and artists. While portraiture was This year’s event will shine the festival to support five 
field. He joined the Caltech Russel Kully Director of the Art the most popular British art a spotlight on the talents of important educational 
faculty in 1984. Museum at The Huntington. form at the time (as polished nearly 600 chalk artists who programs, each provided at no 

Additionally, five Caltech “Thomas Gainsborough’s Blue works by John Greenhill and will work simultaneously, using cost to public schools in the 
alumni were elected to the Boy and Thomas Lawrence’s Edmund Ashfield demonstrate more than 25,000 sticks of area: 
academy. They are France Pinkie often serve as the poster in the exhibition), British pastel chalk to create hundreds L.A. Futures Program: This 
Córdova (PhD ‘79), former boy and poster girl for the artists eventually embraced a of life-sized murals. Blick Art cutting-edge program pairs 
president of the National whole institution. But what wide range of subjects, from Materials will provide the chalk public high school students with 
Science Foundation, most visitors do not realize is landscape painting to history for the artists to use to create some of Los Angeles’ leading 
current president of Science that The Huntington is also painting, a genre that appealed their murals at the festival as advertising, marketing, media 
Philanthropy Alliance, home to an extensive and to such 18th-century titans as well as new, unpainted 12” x and digital communications 
member of the Caltech Board remarkable collection of British Thomas Gainsborough and 12” canvases for artists to use firms. Students get an inside 
of Trustees, and 2007 recipient drawings. This exhibition and George Romney. to create paintings for the art look into industry practices, 
of Caltech’s Distinguished catalog, the first to show the Originally part of The gallery and silent auction. For processes, and the development

Linda Hsieh-Wilson studies the 

Alumni Award; Lance Dixon range of our British works on Huntington’s Centennial photos of some of the most of projects from concept to molecular bases of fundamental (BS ‘82), professor at the paper on such a scale, seek to Celebration, this exhibition creative murals from past completion. The organization processes in the brain using SLAC National Accelerator fill that knowledge gap.” has been made possible by the Pasadena Chalk Festivals, visit: works closely with the Pasadena organic synthesis, biochemistry, Laboratory; Leonidas Guibas Most of The Huntington’s generous support of Avery and Unified School District’s 

molecular and cellular 

(BS ‘71, MS ‘71), Paul Pigott British drawings collection, Andrew Barth, Terri and Jerry “We’re incredibly grateful for (PUSD) Career Pathways officebiology, and neurobiology. Professor of Computer Science with a few notable exceptions, Kohl, and Lisa and Tim Sloan. the generosity shown to the to build awareness of creativeHer research aims to better and Electrical Engineering in was established after the time of Support for this exhibition is Light Bringer Project and our career options for students in understand how proteins and the School of Engineering at the institution’s founders, Henry provided by the Gladys Krieble mission each year during the the high school art academies. carbohydrate molecules are Stanford University; William and Arabella Huntington. Delmas Foundation. Support Pasadena Chalk Festival,” says Room 13: A movementinvolved in the development of Jones (PhD ‘79), the Charles Henry was an avid collector of for the catalog is provided by Thomas Coston, President, originally conceived in 


and communication F. Houghton Professor of rare books and manuscripts, Furthermore: a program of the Light Bringer Project. “The Scotland, Room 13 is now

between neurons, and how 

Chemistry at the University of and his wife, Arabella, was the J. M. Kaplan Fund. festival is a highly unique an international network of 

these processes contribute 

Rochester; and Kate Scholberg force behind their collection of The Huntington Library, community event showcasing student-driven creative neuroplasticity and (MS ‘91, PhD ‘97), the Arts paintings and decorative art, Art Museum, and Botanical some truly amazing and The Light Bringer Project 

neurological disorders. She 

& Sciences Distinguished but drawings did not factor Gardens, a collections-based inspirational pieces of art. brought Room 13 to the United

joined the Caltech faculty in 

Professor of Physics and Bass largely into their art purchases. research and educational It also provides a wonderful States and established the first2000. Fellow at Duke University. It was Robert R. Wark, curator institution, aspires to be a opportunity for the public studios in Southern California. 
of the art collections from welcoming place of engagement to learn about the programs Currently, there are four Room Habitat for Humanity Kicks Off 1956 to 1990, whose vision and reflection for a diverse and services we deliver to 13 creative studios operating in 

and tenacity established The community. The Huntington underserved public school the PUSD.

National Homeownership Month Huntington as an outstanding is located at 1151 Oxford children throughout Los Locavore Lit LA: Locavore 
repository of drawings made Road, San Marino, California, Angeles County. We are so Lit LA is an online literary 
future home will serve as the in Britain, where the art form 12 miles from downtown Los happy to once again partner resource for teachers and an 
Los Angeles County first step towards economic was especially well developed, Angeles. Visitor information: with The Paseo to host this in-classroom experience for 
Supervisor Kathryn Barger, San independence for the selected particularly in the late 18th to or 626-405-remarkable event and we invite students designed to spark 
Gabriel Valley (SGV) Habitat first-time homebuyer. It brings mid-19th century. 2100. everyone who lives in or visits a love of writing among 
for Humanity, dignitaries, and opportunity to a family that Pasadena and its surrounding underserved public school 
community leaders kicked-never would have been able communities to take part in students in Los Angeles. The

Schiff Introduces Bill to 

off National Homeownership to buy a home on their own. this year’s festivities.” program helps connect students 
Month Thursday at a We are proud to be part of a Live Music: This year, and the stories and poetry they

Suspend Federal Gas Tax

groundbreaking ceremony in transformative journey that there will be six musical study with the creators of those 
Altadena for the Olive Project – will make a difference for performances by talented bands pieces, engaging the students 

still robustly funded, the 

a new affordable single-family generations to come.” and musicians in a variety of in dialogue and helping them

Congressman Adam Schiff suspension would be paid for

home designated for first-time Altadena Town Council genres. On Saturday, June 18th, develop their own writing

announced new legislation through a new 50% tax on Big

homebuyers. Member Diane Marcussen visitors to the Pasadena Chalk skills. The program currently

Tuesday that would lower gas Oil’s windfall profits.

The event marked a milestone shared how the Olive Project Festival will enjoy the sounds serves Los Angeles and will 

prices and, as he stated, bring “We can help bring down the

for the unincorporated incorporated community of Taylor Plenn (Jazz, 2 p.m. – 3 branch into Pasadena this fall.

immediate relief to Americans cost of oil by suspending the 

community of Altadena since input throughout its planning p.m.), The Carlos Ordiano Trio Expressing Feelings: The 

struggling to pay the out-of-gas tax and paying for it with

it is the first time they have process. “Our Altadena (Latin Jazz, 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 Expressing Feelings Through 

control prices at the pump by a windfall profits tax on oil 

partnered with SGV Habitat Town Council evolved from p.m.) and La Güera Chakaloza Art program is dedicated to

instituting a suspension of the companies. This will provide

for Humanity. The ceremony an evaluation committee y Sus 5 Animales (Norteño, mental health recovery and

federal gas tax. immediate financial relief 

was attended by partners who to a support committee,” 5 p.m. – 6 p.m.). On Sunday, wellness. Students served by

“For months now, a for consumers and do so in 

share a determined support for Marcussen said. “The County June 19th, the crowd will be the program each year are 

combination of Vladimir Putin’s a revenue-neutral way, that

helping make homeownership and developers were clear that entertained by Rhythms of the challenged to create a work of

invasion of Ukraine, ongoing will ensure the transportation 

accessible to local residents in they respected our feedback Village Band (Nigerian Highlife art that expresses an emotion 

supply chain issues, and price projects people also rely on 

a competitive housing market. and included us from the very Fusion 3 p.m. – 4 p.m.), Lucas/ they are experiencing in their 

gouging by the oil companies continue to move forward. At

“I am proud that Los Angeles beginning. We look forward Heaven (RnB/Jazz, 4:45 p.m. teenage life, then write an

have been steadily driving up the end of the day, Congress

County transferred this land to to continuing this partnership. – 5:30 p.m.), and Spaghetti accompanying statement that

the price of gasoline, to more needs to choose between the

San Gabriel Valley Habitat for May this project be the first of Cumbia (Cumbiaquero, 6 p.m. sheds light on their visual

than $4.50 a gallon nationwide interests of commuters and

Humanity,” stated Supervisor more to come.” – 7 p.m.). For photos of these imagery. 

and more than $6 a gallon here those of Big Oil. I know what

Kathryn Barger. “The County Construction at the Olive talented music artists, visit Science Fiction Competitions:

in Los Angeles,” Schiff said. “Yet side I’m on,” Schiff added. 

process was long, but our Project site begins this summer Together with Omega Sci-Fi,

in spite of this volatility, one As Putin’s unprovoked invasion 

partners were patient. Soon, this and will be completed by Bazic Kidz Land: Saturday and the Light Bringer Project holds

thing has remained the same: of Ukraine and ongoing supplyempty lot will be transformed December 2022. The property, Big Oil’s skyrocketing profits. chain issues have caused major Sunday, June 18th and 19th, two annual science fiction 

into a sustainably built home which was also rezoned with from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. near El writing competitions – one for

This is exploitation, plain and disruptions to the global oil

designed to preserve the support from the County, will Cholo adults (Roswell Prize) and one

simple, and it’s unacceptable market, the five biggest oil 

character of the surrounding be transformed into a 1,300 21st Annual Pasadena Police for teens (Tomorrow Prize) – to

to all of the people who are companies — Shell, Chevron,

neighborhood. The Olive square foot three-bedroom, Classic Car Show: Sunday, June nurture up-and-coming sci-fi 

having to spend hundreds of ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips,

Project is truly a model of how two-bathroom single story 19th writing talent in Los Angeles

dollars more every month just and BP — have increased their 

we can solve the affordable house. Animation Alley: Animation and around the world.

to go about their daily lives, at a profits by over 300 percent

housing crisis. Partnerships SGV Habitat for Humanity art and animators in action For more information visit:

time when so many are already in the first quarter of the year 

and collaborations are our path is leading efforts to select the Chalk of Fame: Movie-themed 

struggling to make ends meet.” compared to 2021, amassing

forward. They fuel our shared first-time homebuyer for the 

The Federal Gas Tax Suspension $35 billion in just three months.

mission to uplift those in need.” Olive Project. To be eligible, 

and Windfall Profits Tax Act Even at times when oil prices

Bryan Wong, Executive applicants need to be at or 

would suspend the federal gas have fallen, gas prices have hit

Director of San Gabriel Valley below 80% of the Area Median 

tax – which currently stands at new highs, proof that Big Oil is

Habitat for Humanity, shared Income level. 

18.3 cents per gallon – through profiteering off of the volatility
For more information visit:

how the project will make a December 31, 2023. To ensure while exploiting American

long-term difference. “This 

the Highway Trust Fund is workers and families. 

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