Official Hearst Castle photographer Victoria Garagliano shows doing commercial art doesn’t mean ‘selling out,’ proof from a career of methodically artistic work, writes Working Artist columnist Patrick Dennis.
The Cambria Historical Society’s annual Pie Tasting Contest has been added to a popular walking tour of the historic East Village and the traditional Harvest Festival are upcoming events to look out for, writes Culinary Corner columnist Consuelo Macedo.
The Pastels USA exhibition in Morro Bay, California, a juried exhibition by the Pastel Society of the West Coast with over 90 professional works from U.S. and international artists, is well worth your time, writes Cambrian columnist Patrick Dennis.
Squibbing Day is returning to Cambria. Here’s how you can be involved: Beautify Cambria Association’s historical Squibbing Day — the trash clean-up after Labor Day Weekend’s Pinedorado festival — is set for this weekend, from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9.
“Cabaret,” “Chicago,” “Kiss of the Spiderwoman,” “New York, New York” — the famous words and music of composers Kander and Ebb will be featured one more weekend at the Cambria Center for the Arts Theater.
Friends and supporters of the Moon family of Cambria, California, will be donating items from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday, June 21, 2018, at 2442 Main St., near Olallieberry Inn, for a big community rummage sale and collectors’ market.
Central Coast artist Betty Wick shows how shying away from commercializing your work can limit success. Embracing paintings and drawings that translate well into commercial application, Wick has expanded her reach.
‘Bus Stop,’ which was made into a movie starring Marilyn Monroe, opens April 13, 2018, at Cambria Center for the Arts Theatre. The play by William Inge continues Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through May 6.