2016 COS Art Contest Winner – Angela Faz

Born and raised in West Dallas, Angela Faz learned early to be resourceful, and from that sprang a talent for discovering and creating art no matter where life took her: her girlhood kitchen table in West Dallas, the marketing department of a TV evangelist, a farm in Vermont, a high-rise office building surrounded by the[…]

Belleview Little Free Library

Belleview Little Free Library

A project that has been in the works for over a year has finally gotten to bloom thanks to Cedars resident and advocate, Margarita Birnbaum. Neighborhood volunteers and residents at the Belleview Apartments as well as donation from Cedars Open Studios helped bring this project to life. Take a look at this fun video showing the kids[…]



Have you heard about our COS 2016 poster contest? You could win a $250 prize for best poster/postcard/t-shirt design using your imagination and the COS logo. Poster – 11″ x 17″ Postcard –  4″ x 6″ T-shirt 10″ x 14″ Brochure 9.25″ x 6″ Artwork should include the Cedars Open Studio logo. Download here. Posters &[…]


Get your Tickets!

Get your FREE Cedars Open Studios Tour tickets and tell your friends! Be sure to print your ticket or download the app to your mobile device. Check in at one of the designated locations (TBD) along the tour and be entered for some fun prizes! We’ll see you there!


Cedars Open Studios 2015 Press Release

Download PDF here: COS 2015 Press Release Cedars Open Studios Tour November 21, 2015 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jennifer Jobe Phone: 214-334-4718 Email: media@cedarsopenstudios.com Web: cedarsopenstudios.com Experience the historic landscape and meet the creative energy bringing art to life at the Cedars Open Studio Tour November 21, 2015, 12pm-6pm The 13th[…]


COS will be at PARK(ing) Day

PARK(ing) Day is a annual open-source global event where citizens, artists and activists collaborate to temporarily transform metered parking spaces into “PARK(ing)” spaces: temporary public places. The project began in 2005 when Rebar, a San Francisco art and design studio, converted a single metered parking space into a temporary public park in downtown San Francisco.[…]