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Category: Exhibitions – Overview

Wine History Project Exhibitions

Based on our research and collection we design and install exhibitions in local museums, galleries, archives, and wineries throughout the county.

Current Exhibitions

Faucets, Spigots, Spouts, And Taps

This recent exhibit now being displayed is at our Broad Street offices. The presentation demonstrates that these types of artifacts are created in a variety of sizes and metals. The exhibit presents five spigot-type objects from the Wine History Project of San Luis Obispo County’s collection.

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Wine Becomes Art

On display at the Wine History Project of San Luis Obispo County office at 3592 Broad Street, Suite 104 in San Luis Obispo is an exhibit that features a variety of sizes of wine bottles, demi-jons, bungs, books, artwork, and a very small barrel exclaiming that wine and art are interwoven throughout culture.

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Temperance, Teetotalers, and Taboo

The Prohibition exhibit, Temperance, Teetotalers, and Taboo is currently on display at the El Paso de Robles Area Historical Society. The exhibit contains some very interesting items from the Wine History Project of San Luis Obispo County collections.

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Past Exhibitions

An Evening Of History & Wine – Featuring EPOCH Estate Wines | October 21st

We’re partnering with the Paso Robles History Museum to launch a brand new event series, “An Evening of History & Wine,” starting on October 21st. This first event features EPOCH Estate Wines. Join us as we explore the history of York Mountain and enjoy EPOCH Estate Wines. During this event, you’ll meet resident historian, Jenna Martinez, and winemaker Jordan Fiorentini.

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Paderewski Festival | November 4-6

The Paderewski Festival is a four-day music festival held annually in November celebrating Paso Robles’ rich heritage and its most famous resident Ignacy Jan Paderewski – virtuoso pianist, composer, international politician, local landowner, grower and winemaker. Concerts featuring world renown talent, exhibits, lectures, master classes and film screenings are accompanied by wine tastings and tours of local vineyards. A youth piano competition, recital and student cultural exchange with Poland additionally honor Paderewski’s legacy.

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Wine Becomes Art at SLOMA

Open March 1 to April 10. Featuring original works and art etchings on wine bottles, including original works by James-Paul Brown, Yuroz, Gary Conway, Candice Norcross, Colleen Gnos, Michael Masicampo, and artists of the Mano Tinta Project.

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