Open Studios

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Cambridge Arts Open Studios 2019

SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 12-6PM & 


One vibrant weekend across Cambridge

Join us for the 11th annual Cambridge Arts Open Studios! Cambridge Arts Open Studios is a city-wide event that celebrates the creative work of visual and performing artists in Cambridge. Join us for a chance to visit artists in their studios and in group exhibitions in Common Venues throughout the city. See all the creativity that is Cambridge!

We’re busy planning the 2019 event. To learn more about what to expect, check out last year’s Cambridge Arts Open Studios: download our 2018 Open Studios Brochure and check out our interactive Open Studios 2018 Map to learn more. You can also find more information on our “For Visitors” page.

For information about registration, visit the “Open Studios Registration” page.

Listen to an Interview with Julie Barry, Director of Community Arts as she talks about Cambridge Open Studios with CCTV journalist Siobhan Bredin.

Looking Ahead – Open Studios, the 5 Year Plan – Save the Dates Now!
September 26 & 27, 2020
September 25 & 26, 2021
September 24 & 25, 2022
September 30 & October 1, 2023

Support Cambridge Arts Open Studios!

Become engaged in this exciting project and collaborate with us. Your support will help sustain a long time Cambridge tradition and will provide a unique opportunity to build relationships, foster creativity and connect with your community. We hope that you will consider becoming involved with this inspiring community initiative. Learn more about sponsoring Open Studios.


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