Students of the Monterey Institute of Internation Studies translation and interpretation program will provide interpretations of the Art in the Adobes walkingtours on Saturday and Sunday, September 14 & 15. Interpretation will be offered in a variety of languages and could include Chinese, French, German, Japanese
We are very pleased to add the House of Four Winds to the 2013 Festival. This charming house will be open as part of the self-guided walking tour. Volunteers from the Monterey Women’s Civic Club will guide ticket holders through the original adobe and provide refreshments for visitors.
Located at the entrance to historic Monterey, the G.T. Marsh Building, built in 1927 by George Turner Marsh, was fashioned after a Northern China Szechuan style compound. Established as an Asian antique store, the building is one of the last significant examples of this form of Chinese architecture.
September 1 is the deadline for early purchase discount tickets!Click here to purchase your All-Access and one day tickets. Tickets will be available for the Friday evening Gala Opening Reception & Preview at Orientations.
"Painting the Town," a plein air art painting event inaugurated last year, is again a significant element in the third annual Art in the Adobes Festival. Plein air painting by local artists will be held during the week-end festival on Saturday, September 14 and Sunday, September 15.