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Mid City Open Studio Tour

"Evolution, Life Origins - 2009, #18" Mixed Media paper, 24"x36", by Lucinda F. Murphy.

“Evolution, Life Origins – 2009, #18″ Mixed Media paper, 24″x36″, by Lucinda F. Murphy.

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Studios are open May 17 and May 18.
Read the article by Eric Hope HERE.

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Join an art lover, curator, or artist on a guided tour of a few studios. Mid City Artists has arranged five tours for visitors to share studio visits with an expert, who knows how to ask the questions, and each with a small group of no more than 10 people. Each guide will visit 4-6 studios in about two hours. The meet up location is on the reservation form and the studios will be in walking distance from that location. Tours are free and space is limited. You must reserve in advance by clicking through to a reservation page here (SEE SCHEDULE BELOW)

Twice each year, the private studios of select member artists are open for visitors. Always the weekend before Memorial Day in the Spring and the weekend after Columbus Day in the Fall. Discover painting, photography, sculpture, glass, mixed media, prints and much more.

Enjoy a day touring with friends and observing the artistic process. Explore how artists have carved out their working spaces and build your collection from the connections that you make with these artists.

Make your own customized map at http://www.midcityartists.com/map.aspx.

Saturday, May 17th tour schedule (must reserve in advance)

  • noon – Beth Baldwin
  • 2pm – Gerald Allen Schwinn
  • 3:30pm – Marie Ringwal

Sunday, May 18th tour schedule (must reserve in advance)

  • noon – Thomas Drymon
  • 2pm – Regan Spurlock

Participating Artists:

  • Sondra N. Arkin
  • Scott G. Brooks
  • Michael Crossett
  • Gary Fisher
  • Charlie Gaynor
  • Sally Kauffman
  • Miguel Perez Lem
  • Lucinda F. Murphy
  • Betto Ortiz
  • Dave Peterson
  • Brian Petro
  • George Smith-Shomari
  • Michael Torra
  • Robert Wiener
  • Colin Winterbottom

For more information visit http://www.midcityartists.com/home.html.

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  1. Katalin Eisenberg says:

    I would like to go on the Sunday walk, please.

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