Photo courtesy of Cedars Neighborhood Artists

The Cedars, Dallas Artists’ District, is home to a diverse group of artists who will open their studios to the public with live demonstrations including glass blowing, metal sculpting, painting, immersive children’s art activities, live music, and a special fire hoop performance. Come experience this creative, evolving neighborhood, a rich contributor to the history of Dallas, and one of the original artists’ districts of the city.

Attendees will meet noted artists of the Cedars, including mixed-media artist Joshua King, painter/metal sculptor Tony Collins, glass artists Jim and Mary Lynn Bowman, steel artist Albert Scherbarth, and wood worker/sculptor Jeff Hogan among many others. Several transportation options are available for attendees including a bike cycle tour led by Bike Friendly Cedar’s, pedicabs provided by Transit Tricycle, and Uber, all of which are easily accessible from the Cedar’s Dart Rail Station. A favorite family tradition is the sunset performance art piece titled Decorating the Tree at Bowman Glass, a work in steel and molten glass. Following the official end of the event, patrons are welcome to attend several after party events, including a live concert and performance art event.

The Cedars, Dallas Artists’ District, is home to a diverse group of artists who will open their studios to the public with live demonstrations including glass blowing, metal sculpting, painting, immersive children’s art activities, live music, and a special fire hoop performance. Come experience this creative, evolving neighborhood, a rich contributor to the history of Dallas, and one of the original artists’ districts of the city.

Attendees will meet noted artists of the Cedars, including mixed-media artist Joshua King, painter/metal sculptor Tony Collins, glass artists Jim and Mary Lynn Bowman, steel artist Albert Scherbarth, and wood worker/sculptor Jeff Hogan among many others. Several transportation options are available for attendees including a bike cycle tour led by Bike Friendly Cedar’s, pedicabs provided by Transit Tricycle, and Uber, all of which are easily accessible from the Cedar’s Dart Rail Station. A favorite family tradition is the sunset performance art piece titled Decorating the Tree at Bowman Glass, a work in steel and molten glass. Following the official end of the event, patrons are welcome to attend several after party events, including a live concert and performance art event.

The Cedars, Dallas Artists’ District, is home to a diverse group of artists who will open their studios to the public with live demonstrations including glass blowing, metal sculpting, painting, immersive children’s art activities, live music, and a special fire hoop performance. Come experience this creative, evolving neighborhood, a rich contributor to the history of Dallas, and one of the original artists’ districts of the city.

Attendees will meet noted artists of the Cedars, including mixed-media artist Joshua King, painter/metal sculptor Tony Collins, glass artists Jim and Mary Lynn Bowman, steel artist Albert Scherbarth, and wood worker/sculptor Jeff Hogan among many others. Several transportation options are available for attendees including a bike cycle tour led by Bike Friendly Cedar’s, pedicabs provided by Transit Tricycle, and Uber, all of which are easily accessible from the Cedar’s Dart Rail Station. A favorite family tradition is the sunset performance art piece titled Decorating the Tree at Bowman Glass, a work in steel and molten glass. Following the official end of the event, patrons are welcome to attend several after party events, including a live concert and performance art event.

WHEN

WHERE

American Beauty Mill Gallery
2400 S. Ervay St.
Dallas, TX 75215
http://www.cedarsopenstudios.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.