SLO’s creative outlets for the non-artsy

You don’t have to be the next Van Gogh to be creative.

Art After Dark gets an organ

Art After Dark’s latest event is Open Keyboard, an outreach event where attendees can listen to the intricate sounds of the Forbes Pipe Organ in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) on Feb. 7 from 6-9 p.m.

Art Bar SLO brings out the artist in you

You could hear the paintbrush strokes hitting the canvas, the clinking of wine glasses and laughter as the creative bug swept the room. The swish of paintbrushes being cleansed in the water jars, the mesh of different musical styles to inspire and the chatter of admiration as each painting was applauded for its individuality. These are the sounds of the Art Bar SLO, housed in the Granada Hotel and Bistro on Morro Street.

Art events in spring

Kassi Luja Concerts, ballet and beer. This is just some of what spring quarter will encompass in a variety of events ranging from concerts at SLO Brewing Co. (SLO Brew) to the California Festival of Beers. Here are some…

PAC hosts Art After Dark for first time

Aryn Sanderson A salon, chocolate shop and pub were only some of more than 20 nontraditional-venues-turned-art-galleries featured in Friday’s Art After Dark event. But maybe the most surprising stop at ARTS Obispo’s Art After Dark was the Christopher Cohan…

Art After Dark unites local businesses, artists and patrons

Allison Montroy Assets Fitness Studio has a secret to share: it’s actually an art gallery. Well, at least for one night a month. Assets is one of more than 20 shops, cafés, salons and studios that are transformed into art…