15th Annual YoHO Open Studio

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YOHO Artists are pleased to partner with PowerLab, CMAD owners, and Yonkers Arts in development the inaugural CMAD @ Yonkers Arts Weekend arts festival. As an extension of YOHO Open Studio, in the open air areas outside of YOHO you will find music, performances, food trucks, demonstrations, workshops, and much more. See www.cmadatyaw.org for the most up to date information!

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YOHO Artists are pleased to announce the inclusion of our 15th Annual Open Studio Weekend with the 5th annual city wide Yonkers Arts Weekend

YOHO/CMAD will be one of 4 main venues for more information on YAW please visit the Yonkers Arts Weekly Facebook page and the Yonkers Arts Weekend website.  

This FREE event offers a rare opportunity to tour the creative studios of over 50 professional artists, crafters, musicians, creative new media specialists, and other creative manufacturers within the Carpet Mills Arts District (CMAD).

All studios are conveniently concentrated with easy parking and elevator access. Live music and demonstrations will be taking place throughout the event for visitors to enjoy as they explore this creative community.

Meet the Artists


With the generous support of the City of Yonkers, and Mayor Mike Spano, a dedicated shuttle will be provided that moves between the Metro North Yonkers Station, YOHO, and back to the Yonkers Train Station where several downtown arts events and dining locations are accessible within a short walk.

Shuttle vans will run 12 to 5pm, Saturday and Sunday. The last shuttle departs no later than 5PM. Hired car service is always available at a reasonable fare, if you choose to extend your stay, as there are things to do well into the evening. Visit YAW website for a full listing of events

Parking is available both in front of and in rear of the building. Attendants will be on site wearing orange staff shirts to help direct traffic and visitors.

A Conversation with YoHo Artist Lee Romero