Category: Media

3 Days in Paso Robles

Sensorio, Agri-Tourism and Outdoor Adventure Are Open for Business Are you looking for family fun or a romantic retreat?  Paso Robles and Sensorio are open and ready for your visit.  With COVID-19 guidelines in place, you can plan three days in Paso Robles: immersive art, farm-to-fork cuisine, local craft beverages, and outdoor adventure.  The region… Read more »

The Importance of Art in 2020

The inspiration for this blog lies in the art of Bruce Munro, creator of Field of Light, and the Martin Price story, “The Importance of Art is our Society.” The importance of art stands the test of time. Some say it is the cornerstone of our well-being.  As we are writing this blog, visitors to… Read more »

Behind the Scenes at Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio

Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio re-opened in mid-June, after a COVID-19 closure that lasted weeks.  Within days of the re-opening, social media channels flooded with photos and videos, all posted by visitors. Photos of the sun setting behind the rolling hills of Paso Robles Videos of over 58,000 blue, pink, green, and purple… Read more »

SENSORIO ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL NIGHTS IN JULY & AUGUST DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND

SENSORIO ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL NIGHTS IN JULY & AUGUST DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND  Bruce Munro: FIELD OF LIGHT AT SENSORIO Now through January 3, 2021 PASO ROBLES, CA (23 June 2020) — Sensorio in Paso Robles, California announces the addition of Thursday nights for the stunning outdoor art exhibition Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio…. Read more »

SENSORIO ANNOUNCES REOPENING and First Year Anniversary Celebration OF Bruce Munro: FIELD OF LIGHT AT SENSORIO

SENSORIO ANNOUNCES REOPENING  and First Year Anniversary Celebration  OF  Bruce Munro: FIELD OF LIGHT AT SENSORIO June 12, 2020 through January 3, 2021 PASO ROBLES, CA (19 May 2020) —Sensorio in Paso Robles, California announces the re-opening of the stunning outdoor art exhibition Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio from June 12, 2020 through… Read more »

The New York Times 52 Places To Go In 2020

N.Y. Times 52 Places To Go 2020 PASO ROBLES, CALIF. The Central Coast does its best Tuscany A series of still photographs, faded from one to the next, shows the lights’ slowly undulating colors.Beth Coller for The New York Times California’s Central Coast has been known as California’s other wine country since the actor Paul… Read more »

Sensorio – U.S. News & World Report

Sensorio – U.S. News & World Report December 31 BY JOHN ROGERS, Associated Press PASO ROBLES, Calif (AP) – It’s an art installation, sure. But the internationally acclaimed artist who created the interactive work “Field of Light at Sensorio” in California sees it as much more than that. It is, says Bruce Munro, a conduit… Read more »

Sensorio Announces the Extension of Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio Extended Through June 30, 2020

Field of Light at Sensorio 2020 Press Release SENSORIO ANNOUNCES THE EXTENSION OF Bruce Munro: FIELD OF LIGHT AT SENSORIO DUE TO OVERWHELMING PUBLIC DEMAND Extended through June 30, 2020 PASO ROBLES, CA (10 December 2019) — Due to overwhelming public demand, Sensorio announces the extension of the stunning outdoor art exhibit Bruce Munro: Field… Read more »

Here’s the best way to experience the ‘Field of Light’ in Paso Robles

By RACHEL SCHNALZER AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT EDITOR  SEP. 16, 2019 PASO ROBLES, Calif. —  Come for the wine. Stay for the 58,800-plus technicolor flowers. Paso Robles, just 3½ hours north of Los Angeles, is home — for now, anyway — to the “Field of Light at Sensorio,” 15 acres of fiber-optic solar-powered lights. I recently traveled to this Central… Read more »

A Light Safari in Wine Country

A Light Safari in Wine Country Public light spectacles by artists like Bruce Munro herald a movement that infuses culture in valleys of viticulture (and blazes new trails in cities, too). Published September 15, 2019 By Patricia Leigh Brown PASO ROBLES, Calif. — This state is rife with roadside attractions, from the colossal drive-through redwood trees off… Read more »