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Art patron, is museum fatigue getting you kicked out of more and more of the world’s major cultural institutions? If any of the following situations sound familiar, the answer may be yes: Following a hectic tour of the Etruscan urns at the Louvre, you rest your weary behind on Crouching Aphrodite’s bent knee; at the Met, bleary-eyed after regarding one too many Egyptian sarcophagi, you sink into Georges Jacob’s 18th-century fauteuil a la reine for a cat nap; neck strained from scrutinizing the British Museum’s limestone reliefs from the palace of Ashurnasirpal II, you curl up on the Rosetta stone. But you need not surface on another museum guard’s blacklist ever again. Picture yourself chauffeured from atelier to atelier in motorized, air-conditioned comfort during today’s “Open Studio Tour” organized by curator Amy Williams. Sound nice? I thought so. Leave your sensible shoes at home and meet at 11:30 a.m. or 3:30 p.m. at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 1054 31st St. NW. $10. For reservations call (202) 342-6230. (Jessica Dawson)