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!
“Loved the diversity of artists and locations. I really liked those that had the artists sharing their work and their perspectives. Really liked Boris Apple’s protest photos & insightful commentary.”
“I thought the program presented a well-planned sequence of videos, with an interesting variety of artistic works and processes. Shanth Enjeti’s description of his work as an artist and his thoughtful comments on the attitude of a successful artist was a valuable contribution. I also particularly enjoyed the discussion of their works by Imago artists and the inclusion of the Public Art artists commenting on their work.“
“I enjoyed the show a great deal! I loved the variety and the fast pace (moving quickly from one artist to another).”
“Loved the variety of artists, and getting to know them. Video was well done, professional, – really enjoyed it.”
“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.”
“I had no idea we had so many talented people in our community! Though I’m not artistic myself, it’s actually inspiring me to try creating something. Also, as an introvert I truly appreciate the stay home version of art night. Thanks to everyone who worked on this project, we thoroughly enjoyed it!”
(watch your favorite artist or venue’s segment by clicking on the links below)
36 Market St, Warren
Linda Megathlin, David Pinkham
Howard Rotblat-Walker, Meredith Wolf
Made in Warren
476 Main Street, Warren
Made in Warren Artists
The Gallery at Sprout CoWorking
489 Main Street, Warren
Bristol Art Museum
10 Wardwell St, Bristol
498 Main St, Warren
Public Art Installation
Adam Tracy & William Schaff
New England-based photographer
79 Joyce Street
Rosemary’s School of Dance
70 Wood St, Warren
Group Dance Performance