Open Studios

Presented by City of Little Rock Arts+Culture Commission

Kickoff Party: Friday, September 13 / The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies / 6 p.m.

Open Studios: Saturday, September 14 / 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.


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. The public can participate in FREE, self-guided tours of art-related studios, live-in/work studios and homes, galleries, schools, and other creative spaces

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, September 14, gain exclusive access to more than 30 artist studios and cultural institutions that will open their doors and give you a firsthand look at their creative process. The lineup of studios visits includes artists working in the visual and performing arts, plus cultural institutions that will open their respective studios for guided tours and demonstrations.

Referred to as a city-wide exhibition, Open Studios Little Rock gives you unparalleled access to artists living and working in Little Rock. Studio visits are free and open to the public.

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Artists – How to get involved

Join by opening your own studio or location!

ALTERNATIVE SPACE
If you are unable to welcome the public into your studio, you may participate by showing your art at the alternative space, inside Cranford Co., 512 Main Street.

SALES
Sales are handled by each artist and we do not take a percentage. You may sell prints, other artistic projects and commission customized work for the future. It is suggested that you should be equipped to accept credit cards.


To register for 2019 Open Studios Little Rock, please submit the following information to: artsandculturelr@gmail.com.  Once the submission has been received and reviewed, a confirmation email will be sent back to you from the Arts+Culture Commission.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

  • Contact name:
  • Name as you would like it listed on the map:
  • Your individual/business name, if any:
  • The building’s/studio’s name, if any:
  • Studio street address:
  • Studio, suite, or apartment number, if any:
  • If you will be requesting space in the Alternative Space (Cranford Co. on Main Street) please indicate that:
  • Phone number for publication:
  • Website for publication:
  • Email address:
  • Facilities:
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Restroom Accessible
  • Submit one (1) digital image of available work created with in the last two (2) years and one (1) digital image of your studio space.
  • Write a brief 300 character maximum (approximately 60 words) artist statement describing your conceptual approach and creative process.