Need a West Austin Studio Tour map? We got ’em

Catalogs to the East Austin and West Austin tours often seem as obtainable as unicorns.

Sure, you can try an Austin Public Library location which organizers use as free distribution locations. But catalogs there are disappearing as we near the first weekend of the tour.

And unfortunately a visit to tour organizer Big Medium’s web site doesn’t offer a downloadable map — at least not yet.

But we do! We got maps!

Here’s the official downloadable map for the 2016 West Austin Studio Tour

And be sure to check out first round of top picks to see on the tour.

And read our story about the intriguing, tiny Museum of Collectibles and Curiosities which is on this year’s tour.

 

Vintage tin toys on display at the Museum of Collectibles and Curiosities, a tiny backyard building devoted to the collectibles of the late Austin artist Patricia Brown.
Vintage tin toys on display at the Museum of Collectibles and Curiosities, a tiny backyard building devoted to the collectibles of the late Austin artist Patricia Brown.

 

 

Author: Jeanne Claire van Ryzin

Jeanne Claire van Ryzin is the arts critic for the Austin American-Statesman. She writes about visual art, theater, dance, music, performance, public art, architecture and just about any combination thereof.

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