South Valley Artists' Studio Tour

About the Studio Tour

44 Artists are opening up their Studio's!

The Arts Consortium is offering an exclusive behind-the-scenes look into the world of local artists with the South Valley Artists’ Studio Tour: Will be happening April 14 & 15 2018.

Over the course of two days, numerous Tulare County artists will open their personal studio doors to the public, demonstrating their individual creative processes and sharing different phases and facets of their work.
Ticket holders can ask questions, watch the artists in action, and build a more personalized relationship with the creative forces in our community.

This unique opportunity allows Tulare County artists to share their creative process and work environment with the public: fostering appreciation and understanding in our community.
Join us on the Tour April 14th and 15th! You can pick up tickets around Tulare County at the following locations!


Courthouse Gallery and Museum – 125 S. “B” Street
Saturday 10AM – 4PM, Sunday 12PM – 4PM


Veritas Art Center – 248 N. Sweetbriar Street
Fridays 6PM - 9PM


Buford's Frames and Gallery – 39 W. Putnam Ave.
Mon – Fri, 9AM – 5PM Sat, 9AM - 2PM

Porterville Art Association – 151 N. Main Street
Wed – Sat, 10AM – 4PM

Three Rivers

Anne Lang’s Emporium – 41651 Sierra Drive
Mon – Sat, 9AM – 4PM


The Arts Consortium – 300 E. Oak Ave.
Tues – Fri, 10AM – 3PM
Click here to purchase your tickets and receive your free passport!

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