During the month of June 2017, Studios on the Park is encouraging its patrons, guests and Paso Robles residents to examine the role of immigration in shaping our daily lives and our national culture.
Through select visual art works as well as a series of complimentary wine, music, and performance art events, Studios on the Park invites its many audiences to consider their own views and sensibilities on the issues while interacting with local artists.
While immigration is a subject of some controversy, it is also true that America is and always has been a nation of immigrants. Hence our founding national motto: “E Pluribus Unum” (From Many, One).
June 1 – June 25 “E Pluribus Unum: From Many, One”
Art exhibition in the Studios on the Park atrium
Free admission daily
Sat, June 10, 12-6PM “Interactive Art Installation”
With Josue Rojas
Sat, June 10, 7PM “Josefina’s Stories”
Theatrical Reading & Public Dialogue
Sat, June 17, 6PM “Pairing Wines & Words”
Featuring Sculpterra wines and Mixteco rapper Una Isu
Wed, Jun 21, 5:30PM “Paso a Paso”
Art talk, short film, wine and dinner with artist Eric Almanza, Paso winemaker Edgar Torres, Il Cortile/La Cosecha chef and owner Santos MacDonal and curator Henry A J Ramos
$90 per person, payable to La Cosecha
Sat, June 24, 6-9PM “Family Night”
Live performance by New Hope Youth Folkloric Group, wines by Oso Libre