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Artist Resources

OPEN STUDIOS PR RESOURCES


Event Details

Spring Open Studios
April 18-19, 2015
noon-6pm
All over the Mission
Event Info: www.missionartists.org/open_studios

hashtag? #missionopenstudios


Facebook Event

Go add yourself, post some pictures of your art and/or studio and invite your friends.


Event Postcard (front & back)


Press Release - Mini Version

What hasn’t changed in the Mission? Artists are making art there. Come to Open Studios. www.missionartists.org/open_studios for more info!


Press Release - Medium Version

What hasn’t changed in the Mission? Artists are making art here. Come visit these resilient purveyors of creativity.

Open Studios is a rare opportunity to see the artists in their workspaces. It’s a viewer driven art tour where you can choose your adventure. From nudes to robots, clay pots to rooftops, you’ll find many different subjects inspire the artists in the Mission. You’ll see textile artists, pottery, painters, sculptors, jewelers, artists working with found objects, and many other mediums.

Come be a part of the art being created by your local artists in your community. Have fun, be inspired, and help maintain this vibrant culture of creativity and innovation.

For participating artists and studio information: www.missionartists.org/open_studios


Press Release - Long Version

What hasn’t changed in the Mission? Artists are making art here. Come visit these resilient purveyors of creativity.

Open Studios is a rare opportunity to see the artists in their workspaces. It’s a viewer driven art tour where you can choose your adventure from many possibilities: experience the art quietly, or stop to talk to the artist, take some art home if it calls to you, spend all day in deep consideration in front of hundreds of diverse works of art, or just hit a few quick studios with your friends after brunch. There is no wrong way to do Open Studios.

From nudes to robots, clay pots to rooftops, you’ll find many different subjects inspire the artists in the Mission. You can find artists just beginning their careers, and some who are represented and can’t sell their art to you because their paintings are already committed to an international show. You’ll see textile artists, pottery, painters, sculptors, jewelers, artists working with found objects, and many other mediums.

There are a lot of ways to support your local art community. Buying from the artist in person is certainly the most direct way. But also, an artist is not an artist without an audience. Without the art being experienced, the work is not complete. Come be a part of the art being created by your local artists in your community. Have fun, be inspired, while also being of service. Without our artists, a community becomes untethered. Help us maintain this vibrant culture of creativity and innovation.

For participating artists and studio information: www.missionartists.org/open_studios