As a graphic designer, board member at Bridgeport Arts & Cultural Council and the daughter of a career fine artist, I’m excited to invite you to be part of a weekend that’s close to my heart: the Bridgeport Arts Trail, happening the weekend of November 9th.
All across Bridgeport this weekend, artists are opening their studios for a vibrant and exciting weekend that will fuse visual art, live music and curated events. As a graphic designer, board member at Bridgeport Arts & Cultural Council and the daughter of a career fine artist, I’m thrilled to be both a supporter and participant of the Bridgeport Arts Trail.
The Bridgeport Arts & Cultural Council is on a mission to empower the community of Bridgeport to transcend challenges and thrive through the transformational power of art. Sparked by pain or joy or longing, art can invite us to embrace beauty, rally us to resilience, and unite us in a common experience of our human condition. Created from an artist’s inner song, art holds the power to lift us above our daily grind so we can play sweeter music. This weekend, we support the community of artists that call Bridgeport home … and become part of the collective experience of joy that happens when we celebrate what it means to be creative beings.
presented by the Bridgeport Arts & Cultural Council.
Friday 9th, 5-10pm
1123 – 1163 Main Street
5 Events. 1 Night. Same Block.
Collaborative Retail launch.
3 Art Exhibits.
Saturday November 10, 10am-5pm
Dot Think Open Studio – AmFab Arts Building
1069 Connecticut Avenue, Bridgeport
10 am to 5 pm:
Join Artist Kit Corti, Designer Corti Cooper and Vintage Clothing Collector Sharon Shaw in Dot Think’s studio space as part of the Bridgeport Art Trail.
Join yoga and meditation teacher Corti for a moving meditation as Kit creates gesture drawings of participants.