Monthly open studio event in the the Heart of Northeast Arts District
The studios and galleries at Casket Arts will be open to the public for Second Saturdays beginning from 11:00am – 4:00pm. Patrons wishing to visit during other dates & times must make an appointment with individual artists by visiting their website prior to your visit. Artists and businesses will continue to set their own hours and availability. Check out new and exciting postings each week by visiting Instagram: #casketarts.
Special Holiday Market Hours - Sat December 9th 11AM-5PM
Casket Arts presents our annual Holiday Market! Join the casket arts campus on Dec. 9, 11-5pm for a festive marketplace and find a variety of treasures to fill your stockings or to hang above the mantle. Whether you plan on celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or the Winter Solstice– what better way to finish your holiday shopping than while supporting local artists in a fun, festive setting! There will be painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, fiber art, woodworking, and more. We hope to see you there!
Special Events - Sat May 13th 11AM - 4PM
Poetry and Art-A-Whirl Preview this Saturday at Casket Arts. Please check out the new press in town! Trio House Press is hosting its debut event, featuring two of our upcoming titles, The Fight by Jennifer Manthey and A Northern Spring by Matt Mauch, and an introduction to the sculpture of one of our Board members, Faisal Alahmad, who has a studio at Casket Arts. Join us on the Third Floor, in the Atrium. Trio House Press moved to Minnesota in early 2023. Incorporated in Florida in 2012, Trio House boasts a list of over 35 poetry titles, and is branching into publishing creative nonfiction in 2023. Come hear about our press, our plans, and our authors. You'll also hear some selections from Jen and Matt's new books, and engage with them and executive director/publisher Kris Bigalk in conversation.
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Check out the Northrup King Building and California Building for other open studio events on 2nd Saturdays.
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