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.
Art in the Adobes Festival kicks off its Summer Celebration on Thursday, July 12, 2012, in the spectacular setting of Ferrante's Bay View Ballroom atop the Monterey Marriott Hotel. Guests will enjoy wines poured by Pierce Ranch Vineyards and a sit-down dinner while admiring the wrap-around view of the Monterey Bay.
The opening night reception will once again take place in the historic Cooper-Molera Adobe gardens Thursday, September 13, 2012, New this year, Friday, September 14, will be a day dedicated to student groups from local schools with special demonstrations and docent-led tours.
Monterey, CA, Sept 29, 2011 -- Congressman Sam Farr will welcome the debut of the annual Art In The Adobes festival this Friday evening in Monterey. Congressman Farr will be joined by Monterey Mayor Chuck Della Sala and the members of the Monterey City Council at a Preview Reception at the Cooper-Molera Adobe, from 5:00 until 7:00 pm.
Scott Shields, Associate Director & Chief Curator at Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum and author of Artists at Continent's End, 1875-1907, kicks off our Expert Lecture Series Saturday with When Monterey was Modern: The Peninsula’s Early Art Colony and its Place in California Art.