ArtSpan Opens Studios Across The Richmond This Weekend

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By Camden Avery - Published on October 27, 2016.

Although most of the western part of San Francisco is hosting ArtSpan's Open Studios this weekend, including the Haight, Cole Valley and the Sunset, one of the busiest neighborhoods—with 17 studios to visit—is going to be the Richmond.

So, if you want to mix up those Halloween plans this weekend or get a jump on your holiday shopping, we've got you covered.

In order of their ArtSpan catalog listing, below is the lineup of places to stop and the artists you'll find in and around the Richmond this weekend; studio hours are 11am-6pm Saturday and Sunday.

If you want to get the most coverage for your time, check out the offerings at 345 8th Ave., where Star of the Sea church will be hosting five of the following artists.

As always, Open Studios is your chance to meet artists in your neighborhood and presents a little scouting opportunity for burgeoning art collectors.

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