Studio tour seeking stops

Entry deadline for the third annual Langley Art Studio Tour is July 15

The third annual Langley Art Studio Tour is happening Sept. 24-25 and  Oct. 1-2, and local artists are invited to put themselves on the map.

Entry deadline is July 15 for the tour, which showcases art studios and artists in Langley City and Township.

Artists will open their studios to visitors who will follow a guide-map to the various locations during tour hours (10 a.m. to  5 p.m. each day).

Even if you don’t have a studio, apply anyway. Many Langley artists are willing to share their studio space. Applications from artists who live outside Langley will be considered as space permits.

For information and registration forms visit www.langleyartstudiotour.ca or call Vivian at 604-856-4433 or Deborah at 604-534-5578.langleycb.blogspot.com or email langleyconcertband@gmail.com.

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