Burlington, North Carolina


-
Always call # confirm
Event# 336-496-2787

Event Details

Alamance Studio Tour

Open studio tour with 52 artists showcasing original fine art and craft in fiber, woodworking, painting, pottery, digital imagery, glass, jewelry, mixed media, recycled assemblage, sculpture, and photography. Visit studios, see work in progress, talk with artists and discover original art throughout Alamance County. Saturday, 10am-5pm and Sunday, 12pm-5pm. Visit the website to download a map of all studio locations.


Address : 213 South Main Street Burlington North Carolina
Phone : 336-496-2787   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : alamancestudiotour@gmail.com
Web Address : www.alamancestudiotour.com
Admission Fee : Free

View More Art Shows



Art Shows Related Videos

Havelock North Carolina A Touch of Class Art Show

http://www.local-yocal.com 27th Annual "A Touch of Class Art Show Presented by The Havelock Cultural Arts Committee, The Havelock News and Windsock and The H...

The Art of Sifting for Gemstone Ore at Foggy Mountain, North Carolina

Krista Lemery shows us how to sift for gemstones at the Foggy Mountain Gem Mine in Boone, North Carolina.

Cavallo Equestrian Arts - Ma'Ceo Gypsy Show Highlights - North Carolina Ren Faire

Olissio, Gino, Ermes, Ricky, and Ashley of Cavallo Equestrian Arts. These are some highlights from their first performance from the North Carolina Renaissanc...

2014 North Carolina Award Winner for Fine Art -- Ira David Wood III

Over the course of 40 years, in excess of a million people have witnessed David Wood's bravura performance as the miserly Dickens villain in A Christmas Caro...

NC Now | Animal Art: Taxidermy in NC | UNC-TV

As deer season kicks into full swing in North Carolina, taxidermists throughout the state ready for their busiest season. In Statesville, there's an award wi...

Mario Botta Exhibit | Bechtler Museum of Modern Art | NC Weekend | UNC TV

Charlotte's Bechtler Museum of Modern Art is the second museum in the United States to be designed by famous Swiss architect Mario Botta. The exhibit, entitl...

Travel
Lodging
Attractions
Events
Recreation
Advertise