Events



COLORbar: Pinkie the Octopus by Betty Wick

Smoothie Saturdays at Studios

Abstract Art: See What You Are Missing

Art After Dark Paso

First Saturday of Every Month: 6 pm - 9 pm

Studios on the Park celebrates Art After Dark Paso, a fun tradition of art, wine, and live music-filled evenings at the start of every month!

Featured Wineries & Musicians
June 3: Bodega de Edgar & Shelby Figueroa
July 8: TBA
August 5: Kelsey & Dylan Johnson Trio

 

COLORbar: "Pinkie the Octopus" by Betty Wick

May 2017

Experience watercolor painting with Studios on the Park's unique COLORbar. Create your own masterpiece by filling in an already prepared original design by resident artist Betty Wick. The $10 participation fee includes all materials (but no instruction) and supports Studios' essential arts services to local children and adults.

 

Smoothie Saturdays at Studios

Saturday, May 27: 1 pm - 2 pm

Jamba Juice is showing Studios some smoothie love on Saturdays this summer! Stop by to try a healthy and refreshing smoothie for just $5 (while supplies last)!

A portion of all sales benefit Studios on the Park so you will be helping YOUR art studio while you’re nourishing YOUR body.

 

Cuentos de Josefina (Josephine’s Tales)
A Staged Reading & Discussion

with playwright Gregory Ramos
Saturday, June 10: 7 pm

A play for young and young at heart, Cuentos de Josefina is based on Mexican folkloric tales and family stories. The play explores what it means to leave one land in search for of another, and the value in maintaining ties to our past. Following the featured reading, audiences are invited to a post-show discussion with playwright Gregory Ramos.

 

Paso a Paso

Art, Wine & Dinner with curator Henry A J Ramos, artist Eric Almanza, winemaker Edgar Torres and chef Santos MacDonal
Wednesday, June 21: 5:30 pm

Studios on the Park presents an intimate and important evening celebrating the E Pluribus Unum: From Many, One exhibition at Studios on the Park. Join curator Henry A J Ramos, artist Eric Almanza (recently featured on National Public Radio), winemaker Edgar Torres and chef Santos MacDonal for an art, wine, culinary conversation about what it means to be an American in the 21st century.

Paso a Paso begins at Studios on the Park with a curatorial review of the featured works and a leading artist's remarks about the importance and timeliness of this exhibition. From there, guests venture to Park Cinemas for the premiere of short biopic on Edgar Torres, Paso Robles' first Mexican-American winemaker. The evening culminates with an extraordinary immigration-inspired meal at La Cosecha prepared by Chef/Owner Santos MacDonal and paired with Edgar’s wines.

Limited to 60 seats. Art talk, film, dinner with wine pairing: $90 pp plus tax & tip. Reservations required. Call La Cosecha at 805.237.0019. 

 

inclusIVitY - the Ivy Bottini Story

a play by Al Schnupp
Nightly, August 20-24 and August 27-29