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Featured Bristol locations

Hereshoff Marine Museum- 1 Burnside Avenue
​Tours at 5:45 and 6:55p.m.
The Herreshoff Marine Museum is the cradle of Rhode Island’s Marine Technology Industry and through its world-class collection of original Herreshoff Manufacturing Company boats, the museum illustrates stories about disruptive innovation and world-class manufacturing in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

East Passage Boatwrights- 257 Franklin Street featuring the work of Nate Feder and Maddy Bragar
Nate Feder will be graduating from boat building and restoration program at IYRS in June 2017. He currently lives in Newport. He has spent the last six months documenting his sailing experiences in the East Passage of Naragansett Bay, where he works as a deckhand on the Schooner Aquidneck.

Newport Nautical Timbers- 60 Buttonwood Ave

The Byfield & Reynolds Buildings- 220 & 235 High Street
Will feature a student exhibition of the Roger Williams University Visual Art Majors as well as host an open house of the senior students studio in Byfield (​see picture).  VARTS at RWU is a multi-disciplinary program with students working in a broad and diverse range of media from painting, drawing and print to video and digital media.  New this semester, Roger Williams University has created a space for ceramics in the ground floor of the Reynolds school and is offering classes in ceramics for the first time.  The clay studio will be open and will feature new work and work in progress by RWU ceramics students.

Grasmere- 6 Franklin Street ​featured artists
Stephen Brigidi – art photography –  Bristol
Holly Wach, – drawing & paintings  – Providence
Christina Martuccelli – watercolors, jewelry – North Smithfield
Live music by Stephen Adler & Haywood Gelman

Bristol Art Museum​- 10 Wardwell Street
On View Sept 16 – Oct 30,  2016
“The Catacombs”, Thomas Lyons Mills, Livingston gallery
“Ceramic Installation”, Ellen Blomgren, Brick gallery
“Intertwined Needle Art”, Salley Mavor, Abbott low gallery

The Mint Gallery- 433 Hope Street
The Mint is a contemporary art gallery showcasing over 20 local talents.
​Now featuring a series of charcoal and pencil figure drawings by unknown artist “GMH.”

Re/Max River’s Edge- 47 Bradford Street

​Edward Jones- 557 Hope Street featuring Susan Butler


Warren locations
Masonic Temple- 464 Main Street, Warren
tour at 6:00p.m. 

Top Drawer at the Brass – 16 Cutler Street, Warren 
Featured artists Katie Carrier, Steven Green, Brian Novasad, Bill walker, and Livy Young

30 Cutler Mills- Warren

Imago Gallery- 36 Market Street, Warren

East Bay Chamber of Commerce- 16 Cutler Street, Warren

Made in Warren- 476 Main Street, Warren

Masonic Temple

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