Somerville Open Studios 2021
Registration for 2021 Delayed
Registration for 2021 usually open December 15th had been delayed till at least Jan 15th 2021 as we determine the type and scope of the event. Existing memberships will coninue on.
Somerville Open Studios is a citywide art event, where hundreds of artists open their studios and invite the public in to see their art. Somerville Open Studios 2020 did not take place in person on May 2 and 3. Planning is beginning for SOS 2021.
Meet The Artist Series
Meet some of our member artists on Youtube . Follow them on social media (click the "show more" link on the youtube page to get more info) As always, we invite visitors to check out out the art on our members' profile pages.
Extra! Read All About It
Isabel Sami published an article about our Virtual SOS in The Somerville Times:
Somerville Open Studios takes to cyberspace for a change.
Artists! The SOS Virtual Gallery team is looking for your videos!
We're looking for short videos of you introducing your art/studio. Find Out More
We held six live in person Zoom meetings with artists during SOS weekend, May 2-3. We may schedule additional Zoom meetings later in the spring and summer if there is sufficient interest. Find Out More
Update your profile
We encourage all artists to update the photos and statements on your SOS profile pages. We have increased the number of profile images from 3 to 4. (Artists who paid for Expanded Web still have 8 images.)
Some resources from the Somerville Arts Council
Somerville Creates is a new Facebook group where Somerville artists can post short video presentations of their work.
The Home Alone Art Series is a curated series of longer-form art-related performances to be live-streamed on Facebook. Participants who are selected will receive a $300 stipend from the Somerville Arts Council.
A list of Covid-19 resources for artists, compiled by the Somerville Arts Council. The list is subdivided into financial, educational, music and tech, calls for art, and entertainment and humor.