The Continental Gin Building has existed for 130 years and has housed artist studios for over three decades. This November marks the final Open Studios at this registered Dallas Landmark for these celebrated artists. The Fall Open Studios will feature more than 40 artists on Friday, November 9th from 6-10 p.m. and Saturday, November 10, from 2-8 p.m. at 3309 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75226. The public is invited.
Beginning in early 2019, The Continental Gin Building will undergo a top-to-bottom, multi-million dollar revitalization. The historic renovation of this landmarked building will restore its structural integrity and historic character.
The Continental Gin Building has been home to some of Dallas’ most notable artists for the last 32 years. Twice a year, the artists host the Open Studios event, which is one of the most well attended in the region. This final Open Studio will be a true celebration of the artists' work and contribution to the Dallas community.
The artists participating in this Fall’s Open Studios include:
Andrea Guay, April Henegar, Ashley Stillwell, Bob Nunn, Brittany Lyons, Carol Pankratz, Carroll Swenson Roberts, Connie Roschlau Ball, David Klucsarits, Dong C. Chun, Donna Ball, Fanny Brito, Francene Christianson, Heather Helen Ray, Jan Partin, JCI Creatives/Jaren Collins, Jennifer Ayya, Jenny Keller, Jo Temming, Julie Brown, Katherine Baronet, Kathy Mackey, Kim Petty , Liz Wilson, Marianne Gargou, Marsha Oliver Moser, Michael Sutton, Monica Cowsert, Noe Garcia, Ray LeBoeuf, Rick Hogan, Robert Straus, Sarah Theobald-Hall, Stacie Hernandez, Treg Miller, Tricia Hayes, Ty Milner, Vivek Sebastian, Walter Hofhein
The event will feature food by Tutta's Food Truck on Friday and That Taco Dude on Saturday. The Felix Flores Band will perform Friday night and Music by Frank and Tom on Saturday evening. Complimentary drinks and bites will be served throughout the building. Beginning in early 2019, The Continental Gin Building will undergo a top-to-bottom, multi-million dollar revitalization. The historic renovation of this landmarked building will restore its structural integrity and historic character.