Welcome to the 2020 Virtual Season!
Log on and enjoy the vibrant art scenes in Bristol and Warren.
Virtually visit open studios and galleries to see talks with artists, art demonstrations, and more!
Explore the variety of art spaces in both towns.
WE RECEIVED OVER 20 RESPONSES FROM OUR POST-VIRTUAL ART NIGHT SURVEY
THANK YOU FOR YOUR FEEDBACK!
"I thought there were several high points: Eileen Collins' tour of her studio; Elwood Donnelly's demonstration of basket weaving; the Maker's Studio; the Hotpoint Emporium, and the Bristol Historical and Preservation Society 'tours'. The musical interludes were great."
"You all did a great job adapting & transiting to online!!"
"Excellent presentation. Loved the demos and the music. Hallelujah was a highlight. "
"I watched the entire event; it reflected careful planning and showcased several interesting artists and venues. I especially liked the variety of artistic endeavors and other activities showcased."
"Loved the whole presentation!"
"I did really love a chance to see that show! I thought the Mount Hope High School presentation was outstanding for its clarity and format and I was very glad to see them included. I thought Hotpoint's presentation was good, engaging and clear, for showing the range and quality of the work of their many artists, I loved Elwood's demo and Ellen's Mudstone visit! Overall, a well curated experience."
"I am a regular attendee of Gallery Night in Prov; and the Art Night in Bristol/Warren.I really LOVE both events . Surprisingly, I really enjoyed watching Art Night from my couch, eating a donut. I was impressed with the variety of Artists,musicians etc. It was cool hearing in more detail than live events- hearing the artists explain their process and get to see their studios. I also was very impressed with the High School seniors art,as well as the computer graphics- it was slick but funky.i also liked the variety of musicians. The only thing I didn't watch completely was the grafting- but my husband enjoyed that.Also before I forget - who knew that people collect sand,and that it comes in different colors!! I also love history so I really learned a lot from The Bristol Historical Society. So thank you so much for putting together this event!! I really enjoyed it."
(watch your favorite artist or venue’s segment by clicking on the links below)
Bristol Art Museum
10 Wardwell St, Bristol
Gallery Tour with Featured Artists:
Praxis: Abstraction; 4 Strategies
Robert Rustermier, Lloyd Martin,
Michael Rich & Ron Ehrlich
Curated by Robert Rustermier
Basket Maker: Creating a Woven Heart
Bristol Historical & Preservation Society
48 Court Street, Bristol
489 Main St, Warren