9th Annual
Clark County Open Studios Tour
November 5-6, 10 am–5 pm

Discover Clark County’s creative side in a free self-guided tour as local artists open their studios to the public and share how, why, and where their art is created. This is your chance to meet the artists, get inspired, and shop local.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

View the online artists’ directory to plan which artists you’d like to visit. Use the category filter to find: mediums, wheelchair-accessible studios, available classes, video demos, and the latest updates. 

TAKE THE TOUR

During the two-day tour,  use your mobile device to access a user-friendly, Google map showing all studio locations. But for those who prefer to have something in hand, the printed tour guides are back this year and can be picked up early from one of the following local gallery sponsors; Art at the Cave, Aurora Gallery, Vancouver Art Space, the Attic Gallery, or at any studio location during the 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. Clark County Open Studios is made possible in part by assistance from the City of Vancouver, Washington Lodging Tax Grant Program, our community sponsors, and our many volunteers!

2022 PRESS KIT

Get a sneak peek!

To get an advanced look at each artist’s work in one place in person, join us at the preview exhibition. Once again, this year, Art at the Cave has graciously provided the venue, and the show will be on display in the month of November.

Open Studios Preview Exhibition and Artist Reception
First Friday, November 4th, 5-8 pm
Art at the Cave
108 East Evergreen Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98660

PLEASE MAKE A DONATION to Artstra. We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization advocating for the arts in Clark County and Southwest Washington. Our all-volunteer organization works toward building greater arts awareness, rewarding creative excellence, and expanding arts accessibility.

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