Thank you to Morgan Hill artist, Jennifer Blalack, for designing our logo!
Morgan Hill Open Studios was created in collaboration with the Morgan Hill Library Culture and Arts Commission and operates as a non-profit under the Morgan Hill Community Foundation. Their mission is to connect art lovers with local artists from across southern Santa Clara County through their new annual open studio event.
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Price → Free to the Public
Date → Nov. 6 - 7, 2021
Time → 10AM - 4PM
The Open Studio event is an annual occurrence where art lovers have the opportunity to meet local Santa Clara County artists, participate in live art demonstrations, as well as view and purchase artist’s works. Open studio locations will either be held in the artist’s personal space or at a public location in Morgan Hill where multiple artists will be on view.
An artist directory and map will be available prior to the event for art lovers to learn about the participating artists and view the open studio locations.
If you are an artist interested in showcasing your work in our open studio event, please see the instructions below on how to register.
We welcome artists of all disciplines from Morgan Hill, San Martin, Gilroy and South San Jose to participate in our open studio event. Artists will have the option to showcase from their own space (home, studio, business, etc.) or in one of our communal spaces in Morgan Hill.
Artists outside of these designated locations are still encouraged to register, but you will need to either showcase your work with another local artist or in one of our communal spaces. For those in need of a space, MHOS will contact you with further information prior to the event.
Read our Terms and Conditions here.
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Please note, you will be required to obtain a valid seller’s permit from the California State Board of Equalization in order to sell your work at the event. Licenses are free and can be obtained through the State Board of Equalization by calling (800) 400-7115 or visiting https://www.cdtfa.ca.gov.