FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Scotto Mycklebust, 917 697-0844, firstname.lastname@example.org
HIGH LINE OPEN STUDIOS PRESENTS ITS ANNUAL FALL ARTISTS’ OPEN STUDIOS EVENT, October 14-15, 2017 in the West Chelsea Arts District.
Artists Open Studios, Saturday and Sunday, October 14-15, 2017 from
12:00 – 6:00 p.m.
West Chelsea Building, 508 - 526 West 26th Street, between 10th & 11th Avenue, NYC
More than 45 West Chelsea artists open their studios to the public during the weekend of October 14-15, 2017. The free self-guided open studios tour stretches along the High Line between Westbeth Artists building and West Chelsea Arts building. The self-guided tour starts at the West Chelsea Arts building, 508-526 West 26th Street where visitors can pickup Tour Maps and artists information.
(New York, NY) – September 1, 2017, High Line Open Studios presents its annual Fall Art season Artists’ Open Studios in the West Chelsea Arts district, on Saturday and Sunday, October 14-15, 2017 more than 45 artists in the iconic West Chelsea Arts district will open their studios to the public for a weekend free, self-guided art tour. Presented by High Line Open Studios, the artists open studios provides the rare opportunity for the public to meet a multitude of artists, to learn about their works, styles and mediums, and to see first-hand those creative spaces generally open exclusively by appointment.
The self-guided tour is an open format that has proven to be an ideal way to encourage dialogue between artists and enthusiasts allowing visitors to gain first hand knowledge about the creative process. It has an invaluable value since it gives collectors the opportunity to purchase works directly from the artists’ studio inventory and discover new talent before it makes its way to the gallery walls.
This is a great opportunity to discover talents and purchase artwork directly from the artist.
High Line Open Studios is a bi-annual event allowing the artists of the West Chelsea Arts district to open their studios to the public in the spring and in the fall. This October 2-day event attracts art lovers, collectors, artists, and tourists to the neighborhood making it a community-wide celebration.
This is the event when talents can be discovered and artwork can be purchased still off the market.
The tour begins at the High Line Open Studios information center located in the West Chelsea Art Building lobbies at 508 and 526 West 26th Street. Printed self-guided Tour Maps can be picked up, as well as artists’ materials at the information tables. The open studios Tour Guide Maps are also available at participating artists studios and participating sponsors’ locations throughout West Chelsea.
The High Line Open Studios is organized and presented by West Chelsea artist, Scotto Mycklebust, artist/executive producer and the Public Art Squad Project.
For more information, visit High Line Open Studios at www.highlineopenstudios.org