San Luis Obispo Museum of Art

Friday, September 1, 2017
6:00 pm
San Luis Obispo Museum of Art
1010 Broad Street
San Luis Obispo
, CA

After last month’s Art After Dark drew a packed house, the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art continues the momentum Sept. 1 when it features an exciting new sculpture exhibit, live music and wine. Meanwhile, SLOMA is stepping up its efforts to raise money and awareness for its spacious new home that will triple exhibition and classroom size.

This month’s Art After Dark performer, Dan Curcio, has long been a popular favorite, who toured nationally with his band Still Time and recently performed a Concerts in the Plaza show at the mission with his band Moonshiner Collective.  While his bands are known for party, feel-good tunes, his solo music centers around family, optimism and the power of community.

While listening to Curcio’s affirming music, check out the California Sculpture SLAM 2017, opening that day. Slam is the biggest and best exhibition of contemporary California sculpture on the West Coast – and it only comes every two years!

The Museum’s Kids Eye View, showcasing artwork from this year’s Youth Summer Art Camps, is also on view.

As it begins offering more attractions, SLOMA is also raising money for a stylish new building, to be built at its current location. The new Museum will triple exhibition and classroom space, add security and air conditioning. The $15 million needed is an investment in SLO’s cultural and economic future. And because everyone benefits, SLOMA is asking for everyone’s support.