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June 25th

June 25th

Welcome to the 2020 Virtual season!

Log on and enjoy the vibrant art scenes in Bristol and Warren each Art Night, May to August.  Virtually visit open studios and galleries to see talks with the artists, art demonstrations, and more! Explore the variety of art spaces in both towns.

Featured locations

1)  30 Cutler – 30 Cutler Street
30 Cutler is home to more than 25 studios of artists working in a wide range of media, including ceramics, painting, photography, ber, printing, acting, music, fine furniture, basket weaving, poetry & more.
Featured Artists

2)  Top Drawer at the Brass 16 Cutler Street
Featured Artists
3)  79 Joyce Street
Sonya Berrywill feature new paintings, works in progress and a video
Audrey Tyrka – “My large-scale abstract oil paintings engage vibrant color and form to allow themes from nature and life to emerge and mature.”
4)  East Bay Chamber – 16 Cutler St. Suite 102
5)  Imago Gallery 36 Market Street
7)  Time & Place Studio – 4 Market Street
Time & Place Studio is a working/teaching studio for light metalworking and textile arts. Visiting instructors in woodcarving, mosaics, artbook making, and other fine crafts, as well as special project proposals to use the studio are welcome.
10)  Made in Warren – 476 Main Street
Featured artists will offer demonstrations and insights into their concepts and techniques during Art Night. 
11)  The Gallery at Sprout CoWorking – 489 Main Street
Featured Artists

12)  The Collaborative – 498 Main Street
Featured Artists

Collaborative also exhibits over a dozen other talented, local artist including Sandy MacDonald, Jayne McQuaid, Joe Lytle, Ariel Bordeaux, Rick Altergott, Matt DeLeo, Matt Roza, Faye Silvia, Janet Moscarello, and Adam Tracy.

Art Friendly Venues

6)  Warren Cider Works – 98 Child Street
Specialty hard ciders available year round in our tasting room.

8)  Masonic Temple – 39 Baker Street
The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is an integral part of the Warren Waterfront Historical District. Warren’s craftsmen constructed the Federal-style building with oak timbers from ships sunk across Newport Harbor in 1770’s.  The fresco murals located on the second-floor were selected from the works of “Book of the Dead” and “Papyrus of Ani”.  Max Muller, a member of the Lodge and a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design at that time, was the artist who handpainted the murals in 1915. Guided tour of Lodge and Murals at 5:35 – 8:30.
9)  Ink Fish Books488 Main Street

Featured Music



RE/MAX River’s Edge – 423 Hope St

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