Twice a year, the artists and craftspeople of South Boston open their doors to share their work and their Studios with the public. Come meet the artists and check out what's new in the local arts scene in Southie.

South Boston Open Studios is free and open to the public, rain or shine, Saturday November 1st and Sunday November 2nd, from noon to 6pm.

The Distillery is a beautiful mid-nineteenth century converted rum distillery where artists have been setting up shop for more than twenty years. As a hub of creativity and the arts, The Distillery has housed many nationally and internationally renowned artists and artisans. Located in the heart of South Boston, it includes three galleries, dozens of artists' studios and live/work lofts, as well as creative small businesses. As you walk through the building, you will notice that it comes alive with all of the creative energy and even the corridors serve as remarkable display spaces. As you explore the various studios, you'll notice that each one is unique, reflecting each artist's creative personality.



The Distillery is located at 516 E 2nd street, just a short walk from Broadway Station on the Red Line.

Click here for directions.



110 K street

Just down 1st street from the Distillery, another group of artists have opened up shop in King Terminal. Including the Medecine Wheel gallery space, along with the amazingly creative people from Studio Fresh and AntiDesigns, and many more, this building is not to be missed.

To find King Terminal, head down 2nd street 3 blocks from the Distillery building to K street. Turn left and go one more block to find the building on the corner with 1st street. Don't forget to stop in at 555 Gallery (at 555 E 2nd street) on the way!



Click on any artist to view their website for more information.