Added THU, JUN 27TH 2013
Tiffany Singh begins installing
stunning The Bells of Mindfulness
Visit Montalvo in the coming weeks and you can be a part of Lucas Artists Residency fellow Tiffany Singh's The Bells of Mindfulness - the latest work to be installed on the Montalvo grounds as part of our current outdoor exhibition, COME HEALING.
Drawing on the Buddhist tradition of using temple bells as a tool to cultivate mindfulness, Singh is suspending 1000 bells from a persimmon tree in the Italianate Garden, creating a tranquil space for rest and reflection.
Join Singh under the persimmon tree to discuss The Bells of Mindfulness, meditate, and make paper cranes on July 4, 14, 18, 20, 21, and 25, from 11:30am-1:30pm. On July 26, at 6pm, we will celebrate the work at our FREE Final Fridays event!
June 27, 2013
On Wednesdays in July and August, you can join us for a delicious Summer Luncheon on the Veranda of the historic Villa - and time is running out to make your reservations!
These relaxing afternoons allow you to enjoy a gourmet lunch with friends and fellow Montalvo supporters, and take in a fashion show presented by a local boutique clothing store. There's a different menu each week with three seating times available: 12pm, 12:30pm, or 1pm.
Limited space remains, so reserve your seats today! Click here to make your reservations online, or call the Box Office at 408-961-5858 10am-4pm Monday-Friday.
First Summer Concert this Friday
The beautiful outdoor Lilian Fontaine Garden Theatre is ready to go for this Friday night, when Marianne Faithfull will arrive for the first performance in our 2013 Summer Concert Series.
If you don't have tickets yet, you're in luck! Limited tickets still remain for this memorable performance from one of rock & roll's living legends. Click here to purchase today - and be sure to add Dining on the Terrace to make the evening complete.
Outdoor concerts continue throughout the summer with Randy Newman, Dave Koz & friends, Mary Chapin Carpenter & Marc Cohn, Lewis Black, Chris Botti, Brian Regan, and Blondie. Don't miss out on your chance to see these great performers in one of the Bay Area's most celebrated venues!
sight towering over
Phelan Cactus Garden
If you enjoy nature's curiosities, now is the time to take a stroll down to the Phelan Cactus Garden (located through the gate at the base of the Great Lawn; follow the path past the Love Temple): Our century plant (Agave americana) - one of the oldest in the garden - is nearly ready to bloom.
at a glance:
Final Fridays: Owen Driggs, "Can Artists Heal Nature?"
Summer Arts Camps
Art on the Grounds: COME HEALING