River Arts District Spring Studio Stroll

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River Arts District Spring Studio Stroll

More Than 200 Creators Demonstrating Their Skills

While the galleries of the River Arts District are full of unique finds, it’s the people who it the thriving artist community it is today. The Spring Studio Stroll May 20 and 21 gives you a chance to see them in action.

The self-guided tour is open 11 am to 5 pm each day, with a chance for you to see artists using their talents transform raw materials into treasures.

“The Studio Stroll has a fun vibe,” says Andrea Kulish of Pink Dog Creative. “The artists are friendly and welcoming. The River Arts District has a creative, exciting, and vibrant feeling.”

More than 200 creators will be in their studios the full weekend. Free trolleys will take you to various studios.

“Artists want to engage visitors during Stroll or any time during the year,” says Julie Bell of Trackside Studios. “If we wanted to hide away, we wouldn’t be in the River Arts District, so ask questions. We are here to create and also to be inspired by the flow of visitors and the energy of being among so many other artists/creators.”

Free trolleys will be picking up and dropping off at locations in the River Arts District during the event. Some studios will have complementary snacks or beverages, but you’ll also be among artists of the culinary variety, so it’s a good reason to enjoy a meal in the district.

“There is a huge representation of medium, subject matter, and styles,” Julie adds. “There’s something to appeal to everyone.”

You can get a full list of the participating studios and artist demonstrations here.

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