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Mark your calendar for
Covered Bridge Art Studio 2024 

October 11, 12 & 13
10am - 5pm

Save the date for our Fall event, Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour. It‘s the way to catch a glimpse of the enchanting studios and workspaces of some of Southeastern Wisconsin’s finest artists. Visiting our artists' studios on tour is the chance to see what inspires them and gain insight into their process. Click to see video clips of the artists from 2023.

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Registration for the Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour has closed.

Registration for the Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour is from February 12 through March 3rd. Watch for this year's artist information to be uploaded on this website in the next few weeks.  Currently, the guild is organizing information for the brochure.

Save the dates, Oct. 11, 12, 13 to visit the many outstanding artists as they open their studios to the public to watch them work.

Check out last year’s map and list of artists on tour.

Every year, art enthusiasts enjoy the splendor of an autumn drive in rural Wisconsin and experience the scenic beauty of farm fields, pumpkin patches, and Lake Michigan‘s shoreline. The small towns in Ozaukee and Washington counties are picturesque. And don’t miss the historic wooden covered bridge! Each stop is marked with the signature red arrow signs. Detailed maps can be found throughout the Cedarburg community and with our sponsors. Or simply click the buttons about and download your map and list of studios now.  

Try our interactive map at the bottom of this page.

A Sneak Peek of the Tour

Checkout videos of some of this year’s participating artists (2023).

Get an upclose and personal view of spaces and faces behind the work.

For questions or more information about this event, please contact the Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour Committee by clicking the button.

Artist videos



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“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”

—Lau Tuz

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