For Visitors

8th Annual City-Wide Cambridge Arts Open Studios
Saturday, May 14th & Sunday, May 15th 2016 from 12-6 pm

Explore Cambridge's diverse collection of public art and experience the myriad of styles and genres that the artists in Cambridge have to offer as you get an inside look at artists' studios, writers' workshops, theater prop rooms, and much more!

Navigating the Studios & Planning your Weekend

There are many different ways to make your way around this exciting event. 

Mobile Guide

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Download Yonward from the App Store to explore Open Studios on your smartphone. Browse the Cambridge Arts Open Studios guide to view artist portfolios and use your GPS location to discover which studios are around you, right now! 

View an interactive map to plan your weekend! 

Download our brochure to learn more about participating artists in Open Studios 2016. 

Brochure Corrections:

Mireli Books, pg 19
Studio Location: 243 Bent Street #8 

Juan Del Moral, pg 19
Studio Location: Petsi Pies, 594 Cambridge Street 

Nicholas Reed
Studio Location: 194 Erie Street 

Explore Open Studios by Bike
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The Cambridge Bicycle Committee has created cycling tours connecting open studio locations and highlighting works from our Public Art Collection. You can download these tours below.

Open Studios Bike Tour
Sound & Vision Public Art Tour
GoGreen Public Art Tour

Public Transit 

For neighborhoods in North and West Cambridge such as Alewife and Fresh Pond, down to Porter and Harvard Squares:

Public Transportation:
Harvard Square or Porter Square MBTA subway stops
Buses 1, 83, 77 and others
Visit for direct routes

For neighborhoods in Lechmere, Inman Square, Kendall Square, Central Square, Mid Cambridge, Area IV and Cambridgeport:

Public Transportation: 
Lechmere, Kendall, or Central Square MBTA subway stops
Buses 68, CT2, and others
Visit for direct routes


Visitors will be able to park in resident permit parking spots during Open Studios hours in designated areas. Please consult the Open Studios print guide for information about these areas. 

Venue ADA Accessibility Information
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Cambridge Arts does not discriminate on the basis of disability. The City of Cambridge will provide auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternate formats, and reasonable modifications in polices and procedures to persons with disabilities upon request.  All Cambridge Arts organized common venues are fully accessible.  Accessibility information for each individual studio is included in the brochure and smartphone app.