Sunday, October 7, 2018



Saturday, November 10 & Sunday, November 11, 2018, 12pm-5pm Residency Gallery, 310 E Queen St, Inglewood, CA 90301

Saturday, November 10 & Sunday, November 11, 2018, 12pm-5pm Artists Reception and Kickoff Party: 

Friday, November 9, 5-8pm Renée Fox Tour maps available mid October, 2018

Inglewood, CA- Inglewood Open Studios enriches the community through exposure to local artists and art professionals. On both Saturday, November 10 and Sunday, November 11, 2018, artists and galleries throughout Inglewood will open their doors to the public. Visitors will be invited to personally tour private artist working spaces and enjoy art created in all media--drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed- media, photography, print making, installation, video and performance. Some spaces will also host events such as workshops and talks, which will be listed on printed flyers with tour maps, available at all tour locations. The weekend will kickoff with an artists reception at Residency Gallery in Downtown Inglewood on Friday, November 9, 2018. Free shuttle transportation will be provided on Saturday and Sunday by Inglewood Open Studios sponsor, The City of Inglewood. See map for information on routes.

New for 2018: La Tijera Village will sponsor a Family Friendly Interactive Art Event at the District 2 Community Center, at 1201 S. La Tijera Bl., Inglewood, CA. 90302. Planned activities include a ceramics workshop, painting, live music and a costumes tent for creative free playtime and opportunities for photos. The Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles will be on site to greet visitors and assist with workshops.
Also new in 2018: Inglewood artist Beth Dubber has been selected to create a photographic documentation project of Inglewood Open Studios. Images will be licensed for use to promote future IOS events.

2018 Inglewood Open Studios Participants:
Susan Amorde, amoammo, Jonathan Bickart, Amy Bouse, Adwin Brown, Martin Bruinsma, Chuco’s Justice Center, Michael Cormier, Staci Cross, Joyce Dallal, Bibi Davidson, D2Art, Jeanne Dunn, Martin Durazo, Renée A Fox, Calida Garcia Rawles, Richelle Gribble, Shelley Heffler, féi hernandez, Lee Jordan, Christopher Jun, Rachel Kaster, Asavari Kumar, Michael Massenburg, Jesús Max, Gale McCall, Christopher Mercier, Silas Munro, 
David Newcombe, Melanie Newcombe, Lindsey Nobel, Kenneth H Ober, David Peters, Minna Philips, Hayley Quentin, Toni Reinis, Residency Art Gallery, Peter Rice, Joan Robey, Ann Marie Rousseau, Emil Rutenberg, Ernest Steiner, Stanley Smith, Holly Tempo, 
Sidney Tuggerson Jr., Ginger Van Hook, Luke Van Hook, Naima White, Rana Wilson and 1109 N La Brea.

Inglewood is home to a burgeoning artist community and the site of significant development with the recently announced YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles of the LA Philharmonic) building renovation by Frank Gehry, the upcoming NFL stadium, Clippers Arena, two Metro stations currently under construction, and new art galleries and businesses moving into the city. The 12th annual Inglewood Open Studios is keeping pace with this incredible growth with a brand new visual identity, unique family friendly events and important new partnerships.

2018 Inglewood Open Studios thanks our sponsors:

Clippers Arena Inglewood, Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles, City of Inglewood, 
LA TIJERA VILLAGE, LA Stadium, Otis College of Art and Design, Social Justice Learning Institute, The Miracle Theatre, Butter & Flour, Custom Makeover Bootcamp, Residency Gallery, Turner, AECOM Hunt, Artist Space Gallery, Three Weavers, SO LA Gallery, AERO Collective, District 2 Councilman Alex Padilla, The Huang Family, Sandra Kulli, Nikitas and Rich Shelton, Poly-Mode, and Van Hook Foundation.

2018 Inglewood Open Studios is organized by founder Renée Fox and Inglewood artist and educator Holly Tempo, with additional support from local artists, generous sponsors and fiscal receiver South Bay Contemporary, a 501(c)(3).