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A Small Point of Land: An Exhibit Celebrating the Cultural Identity of the East Bay
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The Bristol Art Museum announces a new exhibit, “A Small Point of Land,” a juried exhibit of artists living and/or working in the communities on the East Bay. The exhibit will be on display from Sat., Sept. 23 to Sat., Oct. 28.
An artist’s reception is scheduled for Sun., Sept. 24, from 2 to 4 p.m. Local painter, Michele Poirier Mozzone, served as the juror for this exhibit which included more than 130 submissions for consideration.
“A Small Point of Land” celebrates the cultural identity of Rhode Island, particularly the East Bay area, which is intimately connected to the surrounding waterways and the Atlantic Ocean. The exhibit’s title is inspired by the word “Narragansett,” meaning “a small point of land” in ... view more »
There is a minimal, $5, fee to view the exhibit.
10 Wardwell Street, Bristol, RI 02809