Hop on ART trolley in Bristol, Warren


BRISTOL/WARREN — This month’s ART Night spotlights local artists Stephan Brigidi, 4 Franklin St., Bristol; and Tom Culora at Parker Mills, Elm Street, Warren (second floor, entrance “C”). Mr. Brigidi is a photographer and painter who received his MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Mr. Culora is a mixed-media artist who appropriates Internet images used in large two-dimensional work painted on framed hardboard using traditional hand-made oils. Ride the free trolley, visit more than 20 galleries and take a rare peek inside artists’ studios to see how creative works come to life. ART Night is a partnership between the Warren Arts Initiative and Bristol Independent Galleries and runs on the last Thursday of every month from March through November.

ART Night

WHERE: Catch the trolley from one of 20 stops in Warren and Bristol.

WHEN: 5-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27

COST: Free

MORE INFO: info@artnightbristolwarren.org; artnightbristolwarren.org


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