Cedars Union – June Open Studios & Legal Clinic & Workshops

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We hope you’ll join us Saturday, June 4th for Summer Open Studios. From 1:00 to 5:00pm our doors will be open for the public to stop by, see our studios and visit with CU artists. Did you know we are next door to Four Corners Brewery?! 
That same day other Cedars neighborhood studios will be open, such as Tin Ranch (11am-5pm), Artists @ 1808 (11am-5pm) Gano Street Studios (12-5pm), and the studios in Dallas Heritage Village. See more information here.
ALSO THIS MONTH

Legal Clinic: Legal Counsel for Creatives
On June 15th between 4pm and 7pm artists can sign up for a free, thirty-minute private session with an art law attorney, giving counsel on common legal problems artists face such as business formation, contracts, copyright, and more. Sign up and we’ll pair you with a lawyer for a video call.
This month CU Members relaunched the member critique program, learned drypoint and collagraph printmaking, and will be spending this Saturday making Lumen prints with Ashley Whitt. See below for what’s coming up for CU artists in June. Interested in joining? Schedule a tour to see the space and learn more! Community Memberships are $80/month.
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JUNE MEMBER PROGRAMS
The following programs require a Cedars Union Membership to attend.
CU MEMBER CRITIQUE
Friday, June 10th, 6-7:30 at The Cedars Union
Each month Cedars Union artists gather to provide constructive feedback on new or in progress work from their peers. 
MEMBER DEMO: CANVAS STRETCHERS
Saturday, June 18th, 1-3:30 at The Cedars Union
Daniel will teach various methods to stretch a canvas and build stretchers. Demo includes mounting canvas on wood panels, building stretchers with the table saw and without. 
MEMBER SOCIAL: SUMMER SOLSTICE
Tuesday, June 21st, 7:30pm, location TBA
Celebrate the Summer Solstice, hosted by the CU Programs Committee.
MEMBER DEMO: DIGITAL EXHIBITION LAYOUT
Saturday, June 28th, 5:30-7pm at The Cedars Union
Matt will teach members how to use design programs like Rhino and Photoshop to make a digital mockup of a gallery space in order to plan an exhibition’s layout.