This fall’s Open Studios Tour is cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Clark County Open Studios is a free self-guided tour where local artists open their studios to the public and share how, why and where their art is created. This is a unique opportunity to visit artists and artisans, view diverse works and buy pieces specifically created or made available for this event.

8th Annual
Clark County Open Studios Tour
Cancelled for 2020

To get an advance look at the work of each artist, be sure to join us at the preview exhibition and artists’ reception. You’ll be able to meet the artists, pick up a guidebook, and plan your personalized tour to see the studios of your choice. Once again, this year Art at the Cave has graciously provided the venue.

Preview Exhibition and Reception:
108 East Evergreen Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98660
Cancelled for 2020

In the weeks prior to the tour, printed guides will be available at sponsor locations and at Art at the Cave gallery. At that time you will also be able to download and view an online guide and review each artist on this website in order to customize your tour.

A program of Artstra, Open Studios is an annual juried art event designed to enhance community awareness of talented local artists while enriching the cultural life of Clark County neighborhoods.

COVID-19 RELIEF for Open Studios artists

All artists currently living in Clark County and who participated in the Clark County Open Studios Tour in any of the past seven years are eligible to apply for $500 in relief due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Note that this fall’s Open Studios Tour is cancelled and all artist application fees paid will be refunded in full.

Art nourishes our souls, connects our community, and transforms the world.

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