For Artists 2020


Are you an artist?  

After a year of planning, Wasatch Studio Tour debuted October 12-13, 2019 — and what memorable weekend it was! Thousands of guests visited 127 artists in their studios across the Salt Lake Valley where they got a personal look at the creative talent of this city!

If you’re an artist working in clay, glass, wood, fiber, drawing and painting, assemblage, metal, stone, collage, ceramics, found object, digital, photography and more, and would like to show your work to a broader audience, Wasatch Studio Tour is a great opportunity! Click here to be added to our artist mailing list and we’ll stay in touch as we start planning our 2020 event!

If you haven’t experienced a city-wide studio tour, imagine an entire city that participates in an art stroll over the course of a weekend. Or as we heard from many of you… “it’s like the Parade of Homes for artist studios"! Open studio tours are a great way to connect with art lovers, collectors, to test new ideas and have lots of fun along the way. Plus, with our artist mentorship workshops, you’ll also learn more about marketing yourselves as an artist - a skill you’ll use for years to come! For artists with and without gallery representation, it’s a great way to get your work in front of a much larger audience, to build a marketing database and to make some new friends along the way.

In an increasingly digital world, we believe connecting artists and art enthusiasts, in person and in a studio, is still the best way to experience art and thousands of Salt Lake art lovers agree!


  • You are dedicated artist with a body of work to present the public

  • Present at least ten original works created by you, available for purchase

  • Have a studio in the Salt Lake valley where you can display your work and process*

  • Be willing to invite guests into your studio during tour days from 10 am to 6pm*

  • Have a working email address

  • Be able to manage sales, including making arrangements with your gallery if you have local representation

  • Provide a bio and images of work for WST website

  • Promote your participation through social media, personal contacts, etc.

  • Complete a post-tour evaluation

  • * Go to FAQs for more details

Participants can expect

  • Extensive marketing including: Wasatch Studio Tour promotional materials, PR, social media, traditional media, point of sale materials, community outreach, etc.

  • Artist profile and pics of work on WST website for one year

  • Inclusion on tour map and several other way finding tools

  • Inclusion in local and regional calendars

  • Workshops on various topics related to running a successful studio tour

  • Studio signage indicating participation

  • Post show data analytics