If you've ever been interested in the creative process of professional artists, here's your chance to get a behind-the-scenes look with Open Studios Little Rock.

Hosted by the Little Rock Arts & Culture Commission and now a part of the Acansa Arts Festival, this annual city-wide exhibition offers a full day of free, firsthand experiences with local artists on Saturday, Sept. 14.

From 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., guests can visit the creative spaces of more than 30 artists living and working in Little Rock who specialize in everything from printmaking to Scottish dance. Thirteen of those artists will showcase their work in a shared space at Cranford Co. in the Creative Corridor.

Here's a look at some of the participating artists:

  • John Ahlen
  • Gene Castin
  • Sheila Castin
  • Gary Cawood
  • Krystal Cornelius
  • Jennifer Cox Coleman of Jennifer Cox Coleman Art
  • Larry Crane, Crane
  • Nathaniel Dailey
  • Michael Dean Shelton
  • Ellyse Frazier
  • Sandy Furrer
  • Mike Gaines of Gaines Studio
  • Melissa Gill
  • John Green
  • Amanda Heinbockel
  • Sean LeCrone of Sean LeCrone Fine Art
  • Glenda L. McCune
  • Brandy McNair of Bella Vita Jewelry
  • Linda Muldrow
  • Laura Raborn of Laura Raborn Art
  • Michelle Renee
  • Catherine Rodgers of Catherine Rodgers Contemporary Art
  • Dominique Simmons or Dominique Simmons Art
  • Sheri Simon, Gallery Sheri
  • Charlotte Taylor
  • Nathan Terry
  • Holly Tilley
  • Lucy Towbin of Gypsy Elena
  • Michael Warrick
  • Elizabeth Weber
  • Lee Weber

If you want a chance to meet all the artists in one place, be sure to hit the Acansa Opening Night Party on Friday, Sept. 13, at the CALS Bobby Roberts Library.

For a map of all the Open Studios on tour and to learn more about the Arts and Culture Commission, visit the organization's website and follow along on Facebook.