September 23, 2017

September Newport Gallery Night

Posted by marissaguerard

A tour of the lower Thames Street galleries starting at 4:00 pm on Thursday, September 14th will meet at Thames Street Glass at 688 Thames Street, continue to David Bruce Fine Art at 664 Thames Street, to Cory Silken Photography at 518 Thames and finish the tour at Blink Gallery at 478 Thames Street.

September Newport Gallery Night will also include the regular schedule for these FREE Guided Walking Art Tours. These free, short, informational tours will run hourly as follows: 5 p.m. on Bellevue Avenue meeting inside at C. L. Sherman's Gallery at the Hotel Viking, 6 p.m. on Spring Street meeting inside Art on Spring, and 7 p.m. downtown meeting inside at Arnold Art Store & Gallery. Tours, which will last about 30-45 minutes, will include information about all of the participating galleries, museums and cultural institutions in each area as well as any other interesting art related stories.

Other highlights for this month include a painting demonstration by Jonathan McPhillips and new show “All Hands On Deck” at Spring Bull Gallery, the Liberty Street Printmakers show at DeBlois Gallery “Press & Kiln II” and “Fun, Fast & Fabulous at the Audrain Automobile Museum as well as other new shows and exhibitions among the Newport Gallery Organization member galleries, museums and cultural institutions.

If you want to complete your night out to Newport, visit one of the many restaurants that collaborate with the Newport Gallery Organization by providing discounts and specials for all Gallery Night visitors. Be sure to ask for a voucher at any of the galleries. Free parking is available at the Gateway Visitors Center and the Newport Art Museum. For more information about Newport Gallery Night, Newport Gallery Organization, or the walking tours, please visit http://www.newportgalleries.org.

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