Melanie Kehoss in her studio

 

 

2021 Key Dates

6/15 Deadline for receipt of registration payments and AVAST200 images
7/23 (Anticipated) Tour Guide and Map PDF sent to artists to proof and confirm information
7/31 Deadline for artist corrections to for print materials
9/4 Printed Tour Guide/Maps and road signs anticipated to be available for distribution to artists
9/18 AVAST200 Party at Dominion Lighting, 5-7 pm. Participants bring your artwork.
9/25-26 STUDIO TOUR, 11 am – 5 pm

Welcome Artists

Registration for the 2021 Tour is now closed, thank you to those who registered!  You are now listed on the directory.  If you believe you registered and your name is not on the list, contact us as soon as possible at arlstudiotour@gmail.com.  You can also email us any corrections to your information.

Information about tour participation is below.  Any updates will also be available on this page.

Call for Artists  (General information, eligibility, key dates, and requirements)

Terms and Conditions  (These are the terms to which artists agree when they register)

FAQs for Tour Artists  (Details about eligibility, registration, promotion, safety, sales, and AVAST200 Lottery)

AVAST200 Update

The AVAST200 Party and Lottery Drawing will be in person, and contributing artists are invited! Mark your calendars for September 18, 5-7 pm at Dominion Lighting. This will be a private event, only for lottery ticket holders and artists. Artists can bring one guest. Please encourage your friends, family, and collectors to purchase a ticket!

Please plan to bring your AVAST200 artwork to the event. The drawing will be at 6, to give everyone time to get there. If you can’t make it to the party, arrange to have a fellow artist or representative bring your artwork for you. We understand this is a new addition to the artist agreement, so we will help you get your work there if needed.

Tickets for the lottery are $200, so make sure that the artwork you contribute retails for at least $200. (Retail means the full price for the work at a gallery, not the commission you would receive.) If you did not realize this, and the work you submitted retails for less, then we will gladly trade out the piece for a new one.

Otherwise, it is best that we avoid substitutions. Remember to remove your submitted piece from the marketplace, such as online sales galleries, to avoid any accidental double sale.