SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, NOON – 6PM
The Twelfth Annual Cedars Open Studios Tour is set for Saturday, November 22, 2014, from 12:00 pm. until 6:00 pm. A diverse group of neighborhood artists opens their studios to the public, giving visitors a chance to experience this creative, evolving neighborhood, rich in art, history and entertainment. Meet the noted artists of the Cedars, including mixed-media artist Joshua King, painter/metal sculptor Tony Collins, glass artists Jim and Mary Lynn Bowman and many others. The event culminates with a sunset performance art piece titled “Decorating the Tree” by renowned glass blower, Jim Bowman, at his studio, located at 1419 Griffin Street
The Cedars is quickly evolving into a major eclectic music mecca and nightspot with many popular music venues, restaurants, clubs and bars. The residential boom underway in The Cedars includes many new residential lofts, condominiums and other alternative spaces popping up in new construction and renovated buildings. If you’ve never been to the Cedars, now is a great chance to learn about the neighborhood – an evolving work of art in itself.
How to get there: The Cedars is located just south of downtown and I-30, between Lamar St and I-45. The DART Cedars Station is walking distance to many studios, including the artist quarters at South Side on Lamar. For cycling enthusiasts, there is also a bike tour led by Bike Friendly Cedars. The ride starts at 12:30 PM at The Bowler Hat, a Cedars landmark at 1506 Griffin St. West,, Dallas, TX
Visit your South Side on Lamar Artist Studios. This tour will take place during the Agora Marketplace. 1st floor Artist Studios & Cedars Neighborhood, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm