Events



inclusIVitY - the Ivy Bottini Story

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
August 5: Kelsey & Dylan Johnson Trio
September 2: Mead by Allegretto Wines & Justin Martinez
October 7: Alta Colina & Sofia Talvik
November 4: Ranchero Cellars & Jazz on the Vine
December 2: Ecluse
January 6
February 3: RN Estate

 

COLORbar: "Fair Time" by Hellie Blythe

July 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 Hellie Blythe. The $10 participation fee includes all materials (but no instruction) and supports Studios' essential arts services to local children and adults.

 

inclusIVitY - the Ivy Bottini Story

a play by Al Schnupp
Performances nightly, August 20-24 and August 27-29: 7:30 pm
Click here to reserve your ticket or call 805.215.6462.

Studios on the Park is proud to present Al Schnupp's inclusIVitY - the Ivy Bottini Story.

The extraordinary story of a legendary American activist: co-founder of NYC NOW Chapter, champion of women’s rights, gay liberation and AIDS awareness.

This original play with music is performed by six actresses. An accompanying exhibition features artwork by Ms. Bottini.

Attendees of the premiere on August 20 are invited to enjoy a post-performance reception with Ms. Bottini and hors d'oeuvres.

$45 for premiere with reception. $15 for all other performances. Click here for the downloadable poster.

 

The Art of Music

with Larry Le Brane & Gary Kramer Guitar Cellars
Friday, August 18: 6 pm

Start your weekend off with a fun evening of art-tales, tastings and surprises.

Discover Larry Le Brane’s creative journey to make his music-inspired sculpture in a lively presentation, “The Art of Music.” Learn firsthand about his artistic process to prepare for Studios on the Park’s current exhibit, Three-Part Harmony, which features Larry, and artwork by painter Colleen Gnos and sculptor Michael Reddell.

Using stories, photos, and humor, Larry will share how he begins his art-making with only a playful clue—a note--no clear outcome in mind. Hear how he riffed away with repurposed musical instruments and unusual materials for months, building momentum to his final collection of whimsical and provocative sculptures, including fused-glass fish, racecars, transformed weapons, and his newest narrative glass shoes!

Enjoy light refreshments and sample distinctive wines by local Gary Kramer Guitar Cellars. Gary Kramer was a guitar-world pioneer for decades. Today he uses that same passion to make wine and olive oil in his Paso Robles “Linger Longer Lounge” guitar museum. Tastings will be offered at $8/glass. Come early and stay late to explore the unique collection by these Central Coast artisans!