2020 Open Studios Little Rock – Sept 12

oslr_logo_goldred_ac-lineMake plans to participate in the 2020 Open Studios Little Rock!

The Little Rock Arts+Culture Commission is proud that Open Studios Little Rock will once again take place during 2020 ACANSA Arts Festival.  It will be on Saturday, September 12.

Open Studios Little Rock is an event that gives the public an opportunity to meet Little Rock artists, see the spaces where they work, and see their creative processes first-hand.

Open Studios LR is open to all artists – visual and performing – working with the Little Rock city limits. Open Studios LR gives artists the opportunity to develop face-to-face relationships with potential buyers, gain public recognition, and be represented by the City of Little Rock’s Arts + Culture Commission.

Register to participate in 2020 Open Studios Little Rock by signing up here.

Please also email a photo for publicity purposes to artsandculturelr@gmail.com
-Visual artists, please submit a photo of a representative piece of your art
-Other artists, please submit a photo that represents you and/or your artform.

In partnership with ACANSA Arts Festival of the South, Open Studios artists will again have the opportunity to participate in the ACANSA Opening Night Party on Friday, September 11.  Each Open Studios Little Rock artist will be able to showcase one piece of art that evening.  Maps and information about Open Studios Little Rock will also be available.  In addition, this is a 2nd Friday Art Night, so the preview party/Open Studios showcase will be on the 2nd Friday Art Night route.

Alternate Space:
For those artists who may not have a studio for the public to visit, again this year, the Arts+Culture Commission will provide an Alternate Space on Saturday, September 12. Details on that location are being finalized.  Stay tuned for the announcement.

Sales are handled by each artist; the Arts+Culture Commission does not take a percentage. Artists may sell works of art and/or be asked to create work for the future. It is suggested that artists should be equipped to accept credit cards.