South Valley Art Tour
The South Valley's Primer Art Event!
ARTS CONSORTIUM PRESENTS THE SOUTH VALLEY ART TOUR
Local professional artists are showcased over a two day event, opening their private studios to the public for exhibitions and demonstrations. The annual South Valley Art Tour (SVAT) will be held on March 30 – 31, 2019, featuring artist’s studios located South of Highway 198. The event will include both nationally recognized and emerging new Valley artists. This event provides the community the opportunity to view local art, observe live demonstrations and meet the faces and hands behind the best in the region.
Be a part of the art movement in the Valley and support area artists. Celebrate the imagination and creativity their world has to offer in the widest reaching arts event in the South Valley. The tour offers a broad range of art work, from painters and woodcarvers to basket weavers and sculptors and more!
The South Valley Art Tour offers personal/unquie insight into the world of each artist, their motivations, techniques, inspirations and tools used in the creative process. The journey also offers a chance to see the beauty of the South Valley while traveling to and from each venue. In the words of writer, Thomas Merton, “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” The Arts Consortium invites you to come to find yourself and lose yourself on the South Valley Art Tour. A special event bringing the community together to celebrate art and artists in your own neighborhood.
Pre-order tickets are on sell now for $20 and will admit two people into each studio. The price will increase February 1st 2019 so order your tickets today.
To order tickets go to: bit.ly/ACSVAT2019 or visits Eventbrite.com. If you are a teacher in Tulare County, please inquire about group discounts.
Share the art with #ACSVAT
Date & Time
March 30, 2019
10:00AM - 5:00PM
Visalia Arts Consortium 300 E. Oak St. http://artsconsortium.org/ Visalia 93277 CA US http://www.enjoysouthvalley.com/businesses/ca-visalia-visalia-arts-consortium-2