Open Studio Tour Next Weekend – October 17 & 18, with Opening Reception Friday, October 16

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Glitterama at Creative Alliance Saturday, October 17

Member’s Group Exhibition: Friday, October 16, 6pm – 9pm

Beginning with a kick-off reception on Friday October 16, 6-9 pm, the exhibition will be on view for 4 weeks through Saturday, November 14.

Open Studio Tour: Saturday, October 17, and Sunday, October 18, 10am – 6pm (studio times vary)

School 33 Art Center’s Open Studio Tour is an annual city-wide event that for over 20 years has brought together professional artists and the general public, giving collectors and art lovers the opportunity to visit the studios of visual artists.

On Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18, 2009, between the hours of 10am and 6pm, meet the artist, see their work and get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their working processes. Use our interactive mapping tool to plan your itenerary. Don’t miss out on this exciting event!

Kudos to School 33 for FINALLY putting their list of artists online, instead of only on paper maps!! This makes the process so much easier.

* Click here for the online list of participating studios and artists.

** Click here for the interactive online map.

*** And, lastly, click here for BmoreArt’s Open Studio Etiquette 101.

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