Click on the front page, below, to start flipping through our 16-page program guide with maps, artist statements, images, directions to each studio, and more! Thank you to Karen Williford Design.
2011 General Info
What happened during 701 CCA Columbia Open Studios, May 21-22, 2011?
During the 701 CCA Columbia Open Studios weekend, thousands of people ventured out to visit artists at work in the Greater Columbia area (including all of Richland and Lexington Counties), with maps and artist statements in hand. Visitors can spend two full days hopping from studio to studio, with free admission for all.
View 701 CCA Columbia Open Studios artist map 2011 in a full screen map
So it’s like a free, weekend-long tour of private homes and gardens, except you’re touring private art studios?
You got it. Join us!
Where could you find one of these 16-page program guides in print?
a. Rock Hill, SC: the Art Center, Up Gallery and the Winthrop University galleries
b. Spartanburg, SC: Spartanburg Museum of Art and Hub Bub
c. Charleston, SC: Redux, Nina Liu, Smith Killian
d. Charlotte, NC: McColl Center, Elder Art, Charlotte, coffee shops
e. Sumter, SC: USC Sumter, Sumter Gallery of Art
f. Greenville, SC: LC Art Gallery
g. Aiken, SC: Arts Center and the Magnolia Café
h. Greater Columbia, SC:
Art entities: 701 Center for Contemporary Art, City Art, The Tapp’s Center for the Arts, if Art Gallery, the DuPre Building, the Studios at the Arcade, Vista Studios/Gallery 80808, the Village Artists at the Village at Sandhill, Artists that Work (Lexington, SC), Lewis+Clark Gallery, Havens Gallery, HoFP, Southern Pottery, etc.
Restaurants/cafes/shops: Motor Supply Co. Bistro, 116 espresso and wine bar, Caffe Strudel, Gervais + Vine, Garden Bistro, Blue Marlin, Cupcake, Carolina Wings, Logan Raye Studio, Cline Salon, Immaculate Consumption, Green’s on Assembly, etc.
Hotels: The Sheraton on Main St., the Marriott on Main St., the Vista Hilton, the Vista Hampton Inn, Claussen’s Inn, etc.
Thank you to our project sponsors!
Major sponsorship by The City of Columbia and BlueCross BlueShield.
We appreciate our professional supporters, The State Media Company, Buonasera Media Services, Karen Williford Design, and Forrest Clonts Photography.
Big thanks our Preview Party sponsors: Nelson Mullins, Riley & Scarborough, LLP; SC Veterinary Associates; and the Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties.
This project is funded by the Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties and the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Arts Fund of the Coastal Carolina Community Foundation of SC.