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Venues 2019

For a second year, OSH has 2 weekends for you to plan your own tours - November 9 & 10 and 16 & 17. Visit as many locations as possible to see all that OSH has to offer!

Listed Alphabetically

30 Arbor Street, 30 Arbor Street #1 (Weekend #1)
Artist tenants open including favorite long time participants, Arbor Street Potters and Watermark Press joind by others and the café at Hartford Flavor Company.

Arbor Arts Center, 56 Arbor Street #2 (Weekend #1)
It's what OSH is all about. Over 20 working art studios open showcasing all media by tenants and visiting artists. Includes Real Art Ways, back entrance.

ArtSpace Hartford, 555 Asylum Street #13 (Weekend #2)
Home of the massive Group Show reprepsenting a piece from each artist on the tour. Residents open their live-in work studios with dozens of visiting artists and artist groups.

Bill Healy Backyard Studio, 57 Sherman Street #10 (Weekend #2)
2019: Mixed Media Collage/Sketchbooks and Artist books

Colt Gateway, 134 Sequassen Street at the corner of Huyshope Avenue #5 (Weekend #1)
Hartford's original art building after almost 100% renovations. Over 100 artists of all media gather on 2 floors including artwork and 10 live workshops with CREC Greater Hartford Academy of the Artsby students, faculty and friends as well as Hartford Art School (University of Hartford) showcasing 50 multi-media Artists! Other activities, video and interactive fun!
 
Connecticut Historical Society, One Elizabeth Street #11 (Weekend #2)
Free museum admission. Over 20 artists exhibiting fine art, some who reside in the West End. Mixed media, pottery, food truck and music. Fashion and The Sewing Circle Project.

Conrad L. Mallett Gallery at Capital Community College, 950 Main Street #16 (Weekend #2 - Open from 9am - 1pm)
Presenting OSH@CCC. A group of a dozen OSH artists spotlighting painters.

Curioporium at 1429 Park Street - Corner of Bartholomew Avenue #3 (Weekend #1)
Curioporium, curious, unique and odd, showcases artists, miniaturists, hand crafted curiosities and oddities featuring artists, performers, poets and writers. Also open is the quasi-black-box space, Tempest Theatre.

Farmington Valley Arts Center, Out of Town, 25 Arts Lane, Avon (Weekend #2)
A community of working artist studios, galleries and classrooms. Special open studios.

Hartford Public Library, 500 Main Street #17 (Weekend #2)
ArtWalk artist Sarah Schneiderman - Fractured and distorted political portraits made of trash. Interactive collages for all ages.

Hartford Artisans Weaving Center, 42 Woodland Street #7 (Weekend #1)
Encouoraging those with low or no vision  and  55+ to develop skills. The weaving rooms will be open and the gorgeous handwomen items for sale.

Jack McConnell Photography and Studio, Out of Town: 182 Broad Street, Wethersfield (Both weekends)
On your way into Hartford, Visit Jack and Paula's historical home in Old Wethersfield to see his studio and photography.

Kamora's Cultural Corner, 1023 Albany Avenue #9 (Weekend #2)
Afrocentric Black queer space

Kempczynski Gallery & Studio, 130 Washington Street #4 (Weekend #1)
Chet opens his home and studio on the mansion's top floor with others including watercolor, oil monotypes, pastels, still life and etchings.

M. D. Robertson Photo Arts, 69 Myrtle Street C2 #12 (Weekend #2)
Maurice opens his apartment annually to show his expansive collection of passionate photos featuring intimate shots of musicians, nature and scenics.

Oak Hill Art Studio, 120 Holcome Street #8 (Weekend #2)
Serving those with intellectual and physical disabilities by access to art to enrich the emotional, social and creative lives. Featuring artwork by faculty and a group show of other participants.

Pratt Street, Downtown Hartford #15 (Weekend #2)
Hartford Prints! and Jon Eastman on Pratt Street (walk to CCC, 950 Main - Saturday only 9am-1pm)

Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor Street #2 (back parking lot) Weekend #1
Producing and presenting innovative, diverse and ambitious artworks.

The Fuller Brush Building3580 Main Street #6 (Weekend #1)
A group of eclectic artists and artisans located in the former industrial warehouse space.
Union Station Great Hall, One Union Place #14 (Weekend #2)
The historic landmark hosts a most enjoyable marketplace of artisans including fiber, jewelry, sculpture, furniture and fine art.

 

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