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Registration

Registration for the 2017 Open Studio Tour presented by Bank of America is now closed.

Bank of America is proud to present School 33 Art Center’s 29th Annual Open Studio Tour! An annual city-wide event, Open Studio Tour has brought together professional artists and the general public, giving collectors and art lovers the opportunity to visit the studios of visual artists. Traveling from throughout Maryland and the surrounding region to visit the studios of artists in Baltimore, visitors get a chance to meet the artist, see their work and a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their working processes. On October 7th and 8th, take the opportunity to share your work with the public and with other artists during this event.

If you have a studio at either Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower or School 33 Art Center, please do not use this application. Email Flannery Winchester at fwinchester@promotionandarts.org for information on how to register.


Participating artists are invited to open their studios on one day (Saturday or Sunday) or both days. All information about your studio (location, open hours, etc.) will be available our website at www.school33.org. The site features a map with pop-up details for each participating artist and will remain live for one year. Participating artists are encouraged to link to the Open Studio Tour webpage.

• PUBLICITY: Although School 33 will publicize this event to the media, artists are encouraged to send out postcards (provided by School 33) to their own mailing lists.

If you have any questions, please call School 33 at 443-263-4350 or email Flannery Winchester at FWinchester@promotionandarts.org.

School 33 Art Center is dedicated to providing opportunities for artists through exhibitions, art classes, workshops, a Studio Artist Program, and special events. School 33 Art Center is a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, Inc., and is supported in part by grants from the Mayor and the City Council of Baltimore, Bank of America, the Maryland State Arts Council, and through private contributions to School 33 Art Center.