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Montalvo Arts Center Weekly Newsletter

RadioEEnet is on the Move!

What will our streets and cities look and sound like in a driverless future? 

Today and tomorrow (November 15 & 16), our Lucas Artists Program (LAP) and artist collective RadioEEnet are exploring this question in AUTOPILOTO, an online, live-streaming 24-hour broadcast from a semi-autonomous vehicle traveling around the Bay Area.

Part of "New Terrains: Mobility and Migration," a collaborative project among local arts organizations, AUTOPILOTO will investigate issues of mobility from the multilingual perspective of local drivers, technologists, cityworkers, and artists. Through storytelling and auditory experiments, they will paint a sonic portrait of an impending future.

Tune in to the broadcast live both days from 11am-11pm by visiting RadioEEnet, or interact directly with the artists at the San Jose Museum of Art's monthly ArtRage event. RadioEEnet will be dropping by from 8-9pm to solicit conversations and contributions which will be incorporated into the broadcast.

Want to learn more about this fascinating project and RadioEEnet? Read this interview on the LAP blog with our Curator Donna Conwell.


Open Select Nights Through March 17, 2019: 
Bruce Munro at Montalvo: Stories in Light

November 15-16:

November 16-18:
Vintage Yuletide at Montalvo

November 28:
Plein Air Painting Noir #2  

November 28:
Plein Air Painting Noir #3   

December 16:
David Benoit: Christmas Tribute to Charlie Brown    

Year Round:
Docent-Guided Villa & Grounds Tours

For questions or to order tickets over the phone, call the Box Office: 

Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm

Extend Your Enjoyment of Munro at Montalvo

Munro Public Programs
Bruce Munro at Montalvo: Stories in Light is full of astonishing sight to see, but the wonder and enjoyment doesn't stop there! We are proud to present a variety of ways to get the most out of your exhibition visit:
There's something for everyone with our extended programming--grab your Munro tickets today, and explore all the exhibition has to offer!

Leave a Lasting Legacy

Planned Giving to Montalvo Arts Center

Montalvo Arts Center would like to personally invite you to become a member of our Griffin Society and leave a legacy. Your legacy gift will ensure Montalvo’s Villa, Grounds, and Arts and Education programs will be enjoyed for generations to come.

It’s easy to do, and all gifts matter! While cash contributions are always appreciated, there are other creative giving options that can benefit you and Montalvo Arts Center either in the form of real estate, stocks, bequests, as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or gifting of other assets. Many planned giving options offer generous tax benefits as well. If interested, please contact your financial advisor to discuss options and/or Emma Moon, Director of Development at 408-961-5841. You will be honored through: recognition on our website; tributes in publications; and an invitation to an annual luncheon. Most importantly, your support of our mission will be long remembered and serve as an inspiration to others.

We would like to offer our heartfelt thanks to our current Griffin Society members: Hilda and Mike Brock, Donna and Michael Butcher, Paul and Libby Conrado, Laura Cunningham, Lanaya and Gary Dix, David Doeltz, Barry and Toby Fernald, Madeleine Frankel, Peg Hylbert and Don del Castillo, Laura Jason and Bruce Henderson, Helen and Darrell Johnston, Barbara and Austin Kilburn, Sybil and Art Lewis, Sally Lucas, Bob and Kathie Maxfield, Angela McConnell and Family, John McLemore and Clysta Seney, Edward Mocarski and Christine Martens, Russell Perry and Patricia Gwynn, Carol Ross, Kathleen and Mark Santora 

Photo Credits: Ron Leckie / Courtesy of RadioEEnet / Gege Xu / Susan Edel