From the 6th to the 8th of June you can enter into the world of the artists busying away in their garrets right next to Spurs Football Stadium on Tottenham High Road.
On show is a diverse collection covering everything from painting and sculpture to installation art, costume design, animation, SFX sculpture, video, photography and much more.
The broad palette reflects the size of the Euroart building which boasts 43 studios.
Founded in 2002 by the international artist Lorraine Clarke and Partner Nigel Young - an aerospace engineer - this year will be Euroart's sixth Open Studios weekend.
If you missed Lorraine's recent exhibition at the fashionable Old Truman Brewery now's your chance. 'A spiritual rollercoaster into the human psyche', said the Guardian.
The artist Lorraine Clarke in her Tottenham studio.
You can also see the work of an ex-BBC news correspondent and TV presenter Triona Palmer whose art explores the famine, war and disasters she witnessed first hand.
There's just so many interesting artists involved you'll have to go along to Euroart Studios to find out more. Opening Night is Friday 6th June 6pm to 10pm...