Artist Cat De Leon will be at 20 Wheeler Street, J.B. Blood Building, 3rd Floor at Extras for Creative Reuse
10 to 4pm
- Lynn Museum & Historical Society, 590 Washington Street
- LynnArts (Holiday Show and Sale) 25 Exchange Street
616 Washington StreetUPDATE: Setting up in Lynn Museum with info about live/work loft space (Nest Forward)
- J.B. Blood Building (Extras for Creative Reuse, Arts After Hours, exhibit space) 20 Wheeler Street
- 20 Central Avenue, (Survival by Design 10-3pm) 5th Floor
- Black Veil Tattoo and Art, 147 Munroe Street
- The Blue Ox, 191 Oxford Street
- RAW Art Works (10-2pm) 37 Central Square
- Private studio of painter Sean Lobdell, 13 Willow Street
- St. Stephen’s Church (Tiffany windows 10-2pm) 74 South Common Street
- Walnut Street Cafe (Annual Artist Market) 157 Walnut Street
- Lydia Pinkham Building (multiple studios) 271 Western Ave
Participating artists and organizations include:
Jennifer Adler, Sheila Anderson, Kirsten Bassion, Stephen Beaulieu, Lyn Black, Gina Chase, Ken Coder, Hannah Cranton, Aysim Dalmau, Melanie Dolbeare, Cat De Leon, Mary Duff Lyons, Robert Farris, Linda Frahm, Lara Goodman, Kelly A. Hopkins, Bridget Jourgensen, Therese Kay, Ellen Keller Long, Lucy Kim, Sun Levine, Sean Lobdell, Sara Marcy, Mike Matthews, Fuchsia McInery, Carla Forte Orr, Anne O’Shea, Jeff Pearlstein, Cheryl Ransom, Barry Ridlon, Autumn Roberts, Jerry Schuerger, Jackie Singer, Kathy Speranza, Lori Stirling, Kate True, Zoe Ventre, Liz Visco, as well as LynnHappens.com, LynnCouture Planet, Pinkham Pottery, The Clay School, The Greater Lynn Photographic Society, and more!
LynnHappens recommends that you begin at the Lynn Museum, then work your way out to all the downtown locations. Grab lunch downtown or at Walnut Street Cafe while shopping their artist market. Walnut Street’s coffee or tea will fuel you through the labyrinthian Lydia Pinkham studios, a remarkable complex that really does have surprises around every corner. Or, if you tend to linger, hit the spots with earlier closing times first. Lydia Pinkham, Lynn Museum, J.B. Blood and LynnArts should take the most time to complete due to the various participants they contain, but no site should be missed. There is plenty of street parking, but if it does become a challenge, the MBTA lot downtown is only $4 for as long as you want.
Lynn Open Studios is Sponsored by Lynn Housing and Neighborhood Development and The Lynn Museum and Historical Society. Supporters of this event include Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy, LynnHappens.com, EDIC, The Office of Economic and Community Development, Lynn Cultural Council, Central Exchange Arts District, and Extras for Creative Learning.