Rail Arts District Studio Cruise returnsPhoto: Jonathan Phillips Kate Haigney (left) and Johnny Glass pull pieces of glass out of a kiln as they demonstrate glass blowing at Atlanta Hot Glass during the Rail Arts District's Art Cruise on Saturday, March 15, 2014.
The Rail Arts District Studio Cruise is back.
Trolleys will take event-goers from art studio to art studio on Mar. 19 from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
The Rail Arts District (RAD) “spans the rail line running from Avondale Estates to Decatur” and includes “studios such as MudFire, Atlanta Hot Glass, Paper Trail Art Center, Little Tree Art Studios, and Garage Door Studio,” according to the website.
Participants can try their hand at throwing a pot, blowing glass, learning to paint, or making paper. And of course, local restaurants and brewers will be selling food and drinks. Avondale Estates says that in the evening, folks can head over to Avondale Towne Cinema for an after-party show called Tribute: A Celebration of The Allman Brothers.
Here is the trolley stops list as well as a map of the RAD Studio Cruise that includes studios and parking:
Stop 1: Garage Door Studio and Downtown Avondale Estates
Visit our sponsors – Icing Cake Design and Boutique
Towne Cinema – Local Theater will feature Tribute:A
Celebration of the Allman Brothers Band will play after
RAD Studio Cruise at 8pm – Admission is $10
Stop 2: Free City Parking Lot at Oak and Franklin
Stop 3: Little Tree Art Studios and Franklin Street Area
Visit our sponsor – My Parent’s Basement – they will be
holding artist demonstrations on site as well as having
specials throughout the day.
Stop 4: Wild Heaven Craft Beers and Pine Street Area
Wild Heaven will feature a craft/art market as well as
offering tastings for $12-$15.
Stop 5: Paper Trail Center – demonstrations and activities all day
See below for details.