Visit the artists’ websites to learn about other events they are participating in. They’d love to hear from you! Check back in June 2019 for more information.
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The 8th Annual Alameda Studio Tour is now being planned for Saturday and Sunday, September 7th & 8th, 2019 – 10 am to 5 pm both days. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: May 31, 2019
HOW TO REGISTER – READ THIS FIRST! 2019 Artist Registration Instructions (click here)
If you are unable to use the online registration form, complete this form: 2019 AST Artist Registration Form
Where will the studio tour be located?
At artists’ studios throughout the Alameda / North Valley area. The Tour area is bounded on North at Sandia Pueblo, South at La Plata NW, West at the river and East at Edith. If you are outside this area, contact us and we can review your location. Artists from Los Ranchos are encouraged to participate!
I don’t live in that area. Can I still participate?
Artists outside the Alameda area are encouraged to apply and will be assigned space at a local studio as available (not guaranteed). Unless you already have an agreement about space with a host artist, decisions about groupings will be made by the board in an effort to provide a variety of media at each location.
How much does registration cost?
The fee to participate is $150.00 per artist. (The fee is per artist – not per studio.)
When is the registration deadline?
The deadline for artisans to sign-up is May 31. The artist agreement form, art images and additional required information (see form), committee sign-up and fee must all be received by the tour by May 31.
Besides registering and sending in my information, what else do I need to do?
Every artist must serve on a committee and attend meetings. This is a group effort.
How will the tour be promoted?
The Tour will advertise and promote the event in a variety of ways, including local calendar listings, paid advertising, a full color brochure/mailer with a map, directional signs, a Facebook page, emails to prior years’ visitors, and a website featuring all artists. Publicity articles in local publications will be pursued.