Personal safety concerns have pushed some women and trans artists to forgo studio visits, further narrowing their access to opportunities in the art world.
Uncovering Hidden Spaces at UCI’s Open Studios
Seeing the works by the University of California, Irvine’s MFA students, many of which use leftover material site-specific to the campus, lead me to wonder if they also constitute a kind of leftover material of time.
At CalArts MFA Open Studios, Failure Is an Option
The school’s 2022 cohort was encouraged to fail, get messy, and try new things.
UCLA’s Graduate Open Studios Buzzed With Dreams
Artist Catherine Opie, in her first year as the chair of the UCLA Department of Art, told Hyperallergic that the faculty heavily considers how the artists will play off each other.
Your Guide to Explore the Unfamiliar at Gowanus Open Studios
Open studio events can be overwhelming, but our guide can help you navigate the upcoming event.
In Long Island City, Local Artists Go Big and Bold
At the Queens neighborhood’s 4th Annual Fall Open Studios & Salon, artists favored installation, mixed media, and sculpture.
Hilarious Plays and Ceramics Spun on Wheels at the Santa Monica Art Walk
On Saturday, crowds packed the airplane hangars converted into studios to see the works of artists who opened their spaces for the day.
Check Out Artists’ Studios in South Brooklyn, from Red Hook to Bay Ridge
Nine spaces will be open for this weekend’s South Brooklyn Open Studios event.
Visit DUMBO Open Studios 2018, April 28 and 29
Studio highlights include: Ben Thorp Brown, Sharon Butler, Marsha Cottrell, Jerry Kearns, Mary Mattingly, Jeanine Oleson, and many more.
Visit the Yale School of Art’s MFA Open Studios, April 7–8
Studios are open to the public and located across three buildings on Yale’s campus in downtown New Haven.
Visit the International Studio & Curatorial Program’s Fall Open Studios, November 10–11
View the work of contemporary artists and curators from 22 countries.
The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Welcomes Visitors to its Open Studios, October 19–21
Rarely can one see so many internationally recognized artists working under the same roof in Manhattan.