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Crowds gather at a recent ArtWalk at the Essex Studios.

Essex Studios to Resume Artwalks October 7 and 8

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For 22 years the Essex Studios, a 3-story historic building of art studios, has been a fixture in Cincinnati’s East Walnut Hills neighborhood, offering some of the greatest diversity of art and artists in the area. This October 7 and 8, after a pandemic-related hiatus, the Essex Studios again re-opens its doors to the public in its signature Artwalks on Friday and Saturday evenings. Over 45 Essex artist studios will invite visitors to behind-the-scenes tours of their workspaces to share the creativity of their art, lively conversation, and tasty refreshments. Added to the excitement of seeing resident artists’ work, visitors

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    2511 Essex Place, Cincinnati Walnut Hills

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