Davis Arts Center is pleased and honor to present the Davis Art Studio Tour Exhibition. The exhibition features work by each of the artists participating in the Davis Art Studio Tour (the Tour is 10am – 5pm, Saturday, October 12 and Sunday, October 13).
The exhibition opens on Second Friday, Friday, September 9 and will run through Thursday, October 24. There will be two Second Friday receptions, the opening reception on Friday, September 9 and the Friday before the Tour, Friday, October 11. Both receptions will begin at 6pm and end at 9pm – each will feature demos and talks by several of the artists participating in the Tour. The full schedule for both receptions will be updated soon. Both receptions are free and the public is encouraged to attend.
Patrons going on the self-guided Tour are encouraged to visit the exhibition prior to beginning their outing. The work in the exhibition is hung sequentially corresponding to the artists’ studio map number. Visitors are encouraged to find work they appreciate in the exhibit, visit those studios and then visit additional studios near their selections. Tickets are valid on both days of the Tour and are only $10 (ages 12 and under are free).
Tickets are $10 each. Ages 12 and under are free. The ticket may be used for both days of the Tour. Tickets are non-transferable. Each Tour patron must have a ticket. The mailing of tickets will begin after Sunday, September 15, 2019, and continue for purchases through October 4. For online ticket purchases made Saturday, October 5, 2019, and later, the ticket must be picked up in-person at Davis Arts Center Center during normal office hours or during the Tour.
The Davis Art Studio Tour features: Deladier Almeida, Gayle BonDurant, Magdalene Crivelli, Bunny Cunningham, Marieke de Waard, Jerry DeCamp, Karen Fess, Phil Gross, Amina Harris, Joanna Kidd, Donna Lemongello, Emma Luna, Dori Marshall, Jack McTiernan, Laura Morton, Marguerite Schaffron, Adele Shaw, Andrea Stone, Rob Stone, Stasia Tikkanen, Susan von Borstel, Keith von Borstel, Jan Walker and Thelma Weatherford.