Open Studio Tour this weekend!

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Way Taking Fri October 19 at Creative Alliance

Saturday October 20, Noon – 5 pm. Downtown Studios
Sunday, October 21, Noon – 5 pm. Uptown Studios.

Opening Reception featuring Open Studio Tour’s participating artists Friday, October 19, 5-8 pm at School 33 Art Center.

Maps available at School 33 and at other spots in the city.

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I went to School 33’s website, thinking I could find the map online and no dice. I know that School 33 is seriously under-funded, but come on! If this open studio tour is one of it’s main cash cows of the year (each artist pays like 35 bucks to participate and be included on the map) the least they could do is make maps available online. I think it will be printed in the middle of this week’s citypaper, though.

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