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4 Artists' Studios You Can Visit in Philadelphia, PA
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4 Artists' Studios You Can Visit in Philadelphia, PA

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Updated: 27 February 2018
Philadelphia has many talented local artists, but at these unique spaces, you can see where some of the city’s best art is made. If you’re looking to purchase a new piece or are simply an artistic soul, check out these artist studios in Philadelphia.
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Clay Studio

Old City’s Clay Studio offers classes and rotating exhibitions, but is also notable for its slate of resident artists, who create everything from pottery and beyond with this versatile material.

139 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA, USA +1 215-925-3453


Pottery | © StateOfIsrael / Flickr

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Paradigm Studio in Queen Village has been on the scene since 2010 and is a space for both visual and performing artists, featuring exhibitions, resident artists, and more. Many members of the Philadelphia arts community feature their work here.

746 S 4th St, Philadelphia, PA, USA +1 267-266-0073

Crane Arts LLC

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Crane Arts LLC, Philadelphia
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Crane Arts LLC

This multi-studio space is home to several artists’ workspaces, making Crane Arts LLC a staple of the Philadelphia arts community. This massive Kensington building houses plenty of local artists, and is designed to make everyone working there feel like a tight-knit community.

1400 N American St, Philadelphia, PA, USA +1 215-232-3203


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Dupree Studios

Dupree Studios is the eponymous space of local artist James Dupree, a jazz musician turned visual artist who’s still inspired by the medium of music. His Queen Village studio isn’t just his workspace, but his showroom.

3617 Haverford Ave, Philadelphia, PA, USA +1 215-386-1804