Welcome to the 2020 season!
Come enjoy the vibrant art scenes in Bristol and Warren each Art Night, May to August. Visit open studios and galleries, talk to the artists, watch a demonstration. Explore the variety of art spaces in both towns.
July’s Featured Town is Bristol!
Kendall Reiss Studio & Gallery – 469 Wood Street
Daphne Verley Studio – 235 High Street, 2nd Fl
Born into a family of designers and makers, ceramist Daphné Verley creates one of a kind, terra-cotta pieces in the pursuit of enhancing every day rituals through beauty and function. Trained as a production potter, Daphné has refined her technique for over four decades and now focuses primarily on her lamps. Daphné’s inspired designs celebrate the ordinary rituals familiar in everyday living.
Magnetic Visions – 100 State Street
3D Modeling & Fabrication Courses at Magnetic Visions
Learn Rhino to create your own 3D objects, 3D print or fabricate a real model you can hold in your hands.
Classes are open to all ages and levels of experience.
Bristol Art Museum – 10 Wardwell Street
Hotpoint Emporium – 39 State Street
Bristol Historical & Preservation Society – 48 Court Street
Welcome to jail! The Bristol Historical & Preservation Society occupies the former Bristol County Jail, which consists of the 1828 keepers cottage and an 1859 addition.
For Art Night, visitors will tour two historic cells where prisoners were kept in the 1820’s as well as the austere 8-cell block, complete with bars on the doors.
Re/Max River’s Edge– 423 Hope Street
Caron Jewelers – 473 Hope St
30 Cutler Street
Masonic Lodge– 39 Baker Street
The fresco murals on the 2nd floor were selected from works of “Book of the Dead” & “Papyrus of Ani.” Max Muller, a member of the Lodge and RISD graduate, hand painted the murals in 1915. 5:30pm – 8pm
IMAGO Gallery– 36 Market Street
The Gallery at Sprout CoWorking – 489 Main Street