- Sun, Nov 12, 2017 02:00 AM
Latitude: 33.9617, Longitude: -118.353
On both Saturday November 11 and Sunday, November 12, 2017, Inglewood Open Studios artists will open their doors to the public, inviting visitors to personally tour their private working spaces and enjoy art created in all media--drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed-media, photography, print making, installation, video and performance. 2017 marks the first year that Inglewood art galleries will also participate as stops on the tour. An official map with Inglewood Open Studios participating art studios and art galleries will be available online, at all locations on the tour and at sponsor locations. For additional information on Inglewood Open Studios, including the printable tour map, please visit www.inglewoodopenstudios.com. Free shuttle transportation will be provided by our generous long-time sponsor, the City of Inglewood. Inglewood Open Studios Participants: Adrienne Adar, Susan Amorde, Debe Arlook, Branch Gallery, Brian Biedul, Martin Bruinsma, Darel Carey, Michael Cormier, Creative House, Bibi Davidson, Beth Dubber, Martin Durazo, Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF), Renée A Fox, Lee Jordan, Rachel Lauren Kaster, Heidi Kidon, Thomas Kratz, Anne Cheek La Rose, Michael Massenburg, Gale Mccall, Bridgitte Montgomery, David Newcombe, Melanie Newcombe, Lindsey Nobel, Kenneth Ober, Snezana Saraswati Petrovic, Minna Philips, Nicole Rademacher, Calida Garcia Rawles, Lucas Reiner, Toni Reinis, Residency Gallery, Joan Robey, Dawn Rosenquist, Daniel Rothman, Deborah Salt, Stan Smith, Ernest Steiner,, Holly Tempo, Sidney Tuggerson Jr., Ginger Van Hook, Luke Van Hook, Sandra Vista, Keith Walsh, Tori White, Rana Wilson. FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? No. The event is open to the public of all ages however parents of minors should understand that art in artists private studios may possibly contain nudity or mature content. What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Inglewood is accessible by public transit, bike, and driving. Parking is available in neighborhoods throughout the city at each stop on the tour. Public trams have been provided by the City of Inglewood. If you choose to take the tour using this service, you may park downtown at City Hall or in the parking lot behind 1031 West Manchester Blvd. Shuttles run on average at 20 minute intervals. What can I bring into the event? Bring your curiosity and open mindedness, and feel free to engage with the artists and galleries with thoughtful questions. This is a rare opportunity to connect with artists in their own work spaces. Bring cash and checks to purchase art- many of the artists will offer work for sale and visitors each year often purchase art as holiday gifts and to add to their homes for the holiday season. Water and comfortable shoes and clothing are recommended. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Renée can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by text at 310 621 5416. Phone calls from new or unidentified callers will not be answered.