Venue and Parking
ArtCenter provides free parking and shuttle service to-and-from a nearby off-campus location for general Car Classic attendees. Specific parking lot information will be available soon. Shuttles will start running at 10:45 a.m. The last shuttle departs ArtCenter at 4:45 p.m.
The show opens early for sponsors, patrons and special guests with parking available directly on campus. Purchasing a Sneak Preview or Direct Access package also provides onsite parking and early access to the field. Anyone arriving without a special parking pass will be redirected to our off-campus location.
ArtCenter for Kids class faculty and students will receive a parking pass to park in the North Lot as directed by Security. Limited parking will also be available in the North Lot to degree program students and faculty who need access to campus resources.
All volunteers and event staff will receive special parking information before the event.
Please call 626 396-2304 if you have any questions.
ArtCenter College of Design
1700 Lida Street
Pasadena, CA 91103
INFORMATION ABOUT OFF-CAMPUS PARKING FOR GENERAL ATTENDEES WILL BE PROVIDED SOON.
ArtCenter College of Design is located in Pasadena, California, just 10 miles from downtown Los Angeles. The College benefits from its close proximity to more than 20 advanced automotive design studios throughout Southern California, as well as companies leading the emerging fields of new mobility and alternative energies.
In addition to a world-renowned undergraduate Transportation Design program, and a new Graduate Transportation Systems and Design program, ArtCenter offers a wide array of industrial design and visual and communication arts programs for creative individuals who want to make a difference by offering innovative perspectives and solutions to real-world issues.
Situated on 175 wooded acres, ArtCenter’s Hillside Campus provides future artists and designers with a variety of resources and technologies. The main building is a dramatic modernist steel-and-glass structure spanning an arroyo in the San Rafael Hills just above the Rose Bowl. Designed by Craig Ellwood Associates, it has been designated a local historic landmark by the City of Pasadena.