Studio Artists at The Umbrella Arts Center will open their doors March 18 and 19 to welcome the public into their recently renovated home at 40 Stow St. in the heart of the historic Concord Center Cultural District.
A Concord tradition, Open Studios annually draws over a thousand visitors to The Umbrella, which houses more than 60 working artists skilled in a variety of fine and applied arts including ceramics, glass, fiber arts, jewelry making, illustration, mixed-media, painting, photography, printmaking, illustration, sculpture, woodworking, writing and more.
In addition to studio visits, there will be scheduled art demos in print-making, weaving, woodwork, oil painting and pottery, live music performed by Them City Ducks and Backwards Hats, as well as a Ceramics Studio Spring Sale and a mixed media visual art exhibition, Openings: New Works by Umbrella Studio Artists, on view from Feb. 17 – March 19.
Open Studios will take place between noon to 5 p.m. both days. The Umbrella is ADA accessible, with free public parking. Learn more at TheUmbrellaArts.org/Open-Studios .