Open Studio Tour
The Open Studio Tour will take place on three separate weekends this spring…each weekend will highlight a different section of the county. Studios will be open 11AM-5PM
There are 3 different ways to access dates, artists & locations.
1. Print out our downloadable maps (link below).
2. Use our regional online google maps (link below)
3. Use the Online Artist Portfolio Pages – these pages are rich with images,maps and studio details.
• May 6th and 7th will showcase the Northwestern part of the county
(Middletown, Pine Bush, Port Jervis, Otisville, Montgomery, Walden, Westtown, Unionville, Slate Hill)
[ printable map Northwestern region ] [ online regional google map ]
• May 20th and May 21st will showcase the Eastern part of the county
(Newburgh, Campbell Hall, Washingtonville, Highland Mills, Cornwall
[ printable map Eastern region ] [ online regional google map ]
• June 3rd and June 4th will showcase the Southern part of the county
(Warwick, Tuxedo, Florida, Goshen, Pine Island, Harriman, Monroe, Sugar Loaf, Greenwood Lake, Florida)
[ OST2017_June3-4_Print ] [ online regional google map ]
The Orange County Open Studio Tour is designed to give artists an opportunity to connect with arts appreciators in the region and access a wider audience for their work. Tour visitors enjoy meeting the artists in a casual atmosphere, viewing a wide range of the artist’s work, and being able to ask questions about the artist’s or craftsperson’s process. Studio visitors always say they enjoy learning about the context and environment in which the work is made—how studios reflect the individual artist’s character and perspective. Many are curious to get an inside look at what it really means to create a work of art from scratch. Others come for the inspiration to actually take up an art form themselves. And the Tour is a great experience for children of all ages. The Orange County Open Studio Tour brings artists and the community together in celebration of the creativity and diversity of the arts in our area.
This tour is made possible by donations and memberships to the Arts Council. Please consider joining today if you are not a member. Membership is not just for artists, it is for art appreciators as well. For as little as $35, or $15 if you are a student, you can support programs like these.