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Arts & Entertainment - April 27, 2018

Artists open up

Silicon Valley Open Studios gives glimpses of artists at work

by Karla Kane

Springtime means new blossoms, baby animals and, in the Peninsula fine-art world, the return of Silicon Valley Open Studios (SVOS). The annual free festival offers art lovers the chance to visit more than 375 artists in many media at work and get an up-close glimpse at their headquarters. The event runs for the first three weekends in May, covering studios from South San Francisco down to Gilroy and in towns from the Pacific coast to the San Francisco Bay. Artist studios in Palo Alto, Mountain View and many neighboring communities will be open May 5-6 and 12-13.

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Arts & Entertainment Editor Karla Kane can be emailed at kkane@paweekly.com.

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