Artist Registration FOR SFOS 2020 IS NOW LIVE!

 

SF OPEN STUDIOS 

A SAN FRANCISCO TRADITION

Mid-September 2020 through mid-October 2020

SF Open Studios (SFOS) has created authentic connections between artists and patrons since 1975, and our team has worked hard to ensure that this year we do not break from our 46-year tradition. COVID-19 has energized us to adapt our methods, but our mission - to make authentic, inspiring connections between artists and art admirers - remains the same. We are proud to share the robust program we have created, and the opportunity that it will give to artists to connect with patrons outside of our immediate region for SFOS 2020.

This year, SFOS will operate across multiple platforms, maximizing engagement while ensuring the safety and comfort of artists and visitors. Our hybrid SFOS production offers built-in flexibility so that we can respond quickly to changing guidelines around social gatherings. From mid-September through mid-October, ArtSpan will shine a bright light on participating artists. Some elements will be familiar, like our handsome printed SFOS Guide, and some will be brand new, like real-time virtual events, and a dynamic Online Guide which will capture SFOS events up to a week before SFOS formally launches. These new digital offerings can extend your exposure far beyond the Bay!

Learn more about our SFOS 2020 registration levels and benefits here. We are on a tight schedule with SF Open Studios launching in mid-September, meaning registration closes July 24 for our Premier and Plus levels! 

As always, you may contact us directly with registration questions by emailing [email protected] or calling (415) 861-9838.

 

OUR HYBRID-VIRTUAL SFOS EVENTS WILL BE UPDATED HERE AS THEY ARE SCHEDULED.


 

ArtSpan's SF Open Studios Public Outdoor Advertising is provided by GreatKolor.com.

 

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Thank you to San Francisco Arts Commission for supporting ArtSpan

Pictured above: Peggy Gyulai