Open Studio Tour 2023

October 7th, 8th & 9th


This year is bigger and more fabulous than ever with 81 artists in 65 studios

What an amazing opportunity to visit the studios and talk to inspiring, award-winning, and world-class artists who make their home in the marvelous landscape of the Monadnock Region.

The Monadnock Art Tour is the oldest and largest artist studio tour in New Hampshire. This self-guided tour occurs during an October weekend each year, and meanders through 7 picturesque Monadnock region towns.

Click “Our Artists” to see profiles of our members and participating studios. Click the “Learn More” button below for information about the Tour.

Note: It’s a good idea to bring a mask with you. Some artists may prefer that only masked guests enter their studios, others are “mask optional”.

Monadnock Art Tour Gallery Exhibition 2023: September 30–October 28

Gallery Show Opening Reception & Celebration
Public welcome! September 30, 4–7pm

The Monadnock Center for History and Culture
19 Grove Street, Peterborough NH

The Gallery Show Exhibit is open 10–4 daily during the Tour Weekend (Oct 7, 8, & 9) and Wed–Sat 10–4 through Oct. 28.

Our Artists

Monadnock Art is the largest art association in the Monadnock region and it represents many of the area’s great artists. This section provides links to “Artist Pages” for many of our artist members. See artist information and samples of works from each artist.

Support Us

Monadnock Art/Friends of the Dublin Art Colony is volunteer only organization. It is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and 100 percent of all donations go towards the promotion of our artists and the running of the Annual Art Tour. Please consider becoming a member or making a donation to support Monadnock Art. This section will provide an ability to become a member or make a donation.

Our History

Monadnock Art/Friends of the Dublin Art Colony is the longest running art tour in New Hampshire. It has deep roots, going back over 100 years to the legendary artists who founded the Dublin Art Colony in the late nineteenth century. In this section, learn about the history of the Dublin Art Colony and the Art Tour.

THE WORLD OF LONG AGO (39" x 30") oil & wax
Lita Judge

Artist Resources

The Monadnock Region is also home to many fabulous arts organizations and collectives providing resources of all sorts for artists.  Check out the links below to find everything from workshops on social media skills, business planning, and “pop-up” events to hands-on workshops in ceramics, woodworking, and welding to brainstorming and a brew with like-minded creatives.