Beacon Open Studios 2017 Samantha PalmeriBEACONARTS PRESENTS 9TH ANNUAL BEACON OPEN STUDIOS 2017

Saturday, May 13, 12-6pm
Sunday, May 14, 12-6pm

Kickoff Party
and Opening Reception:
Friday, May 12 6-9pm

Oak Vino Wine Bar
389 Main Street

Kickoff Exhibition continues until June 10

Beacon Open Studios Weekend Headquarters –

For catalogues and information: Hudson Beach Glass

Mark your calendars and plan to visit Beacon the second weekend of May for a self guided tour of over 50 artist’s studios. This free, citywide, weekend long event kicks off on Friday, May 12 at Oak Vino Wine Bar on Main Street, with an opening party and reception featuring the artworks of all participating artists. Saturday and Sunday, May 13 and 14 studios are open to the public between 12 and 6pm. Easy to follow signs and maps will be available throughout town.

Margot KingonEach year thousands of visitors come to Beacon for Open Studios. It is one of the largest events of its kind in the Hudson Valley. It’s a rare opportunity for the public to experience the private working spaces of a multitude of diverse artists. Visitors are invited to view works in progress and talk to individual artists, including some nationally and internationally exhibited names. For art lovers, dealers, collectors, and curators, Beacon Open Studios is a great way to discover new talents, make worthwhile connections, and purchase artwork directly from the artists.

This year Beacon Open Studios falls on Second Saturday, another longstanding community event, where shops stay open late, and local art galleries, restaurants and bars host openings, tastings and music performances. For a full listing of participating artists and to pick up a free color catalog and map, stop by Hudson Beach Glass at 162 Main Street, open daily 10-6, Sundays 11-6. For more information please visit our website at

Logo image: Samatha Palmeri
Margot Kingon

Complete listing of participating artists at

Beacon Open Studios is a sponsored project of BeaconArts, a 501(c)(3) organization, and is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.