There's a hot, new place for art in Bristol (video)

A new artists' cooperative opens its doors downtown

By Emily Kamens
Posted 11/15/17

A once popular upscale restaurant well-known to Bristol residents, the Hotpoint now stands as an artist cooperative retail store that features art from all mediums created by more than 30 local …

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