Bruce Museum Outdoor Arts Festival will take place on the weekend of October 9-10
Recognized nationally as one of the top 25 fine arts festivals, the Bruce Museum Outdoor Arts Festival takes place in Greenwich this weekend, October 9-10, with 38 new and old artists showcasing their work.
– an announcement from Bruce Museum
This family event will also include arts activities, demonstrations and food.
“The arts festival attracts exhibitors from all over New England and the East Coast,” said festival director Sue Brown Gordon.
The jury’s works include paintings on canvas, cardboard and paper, mixed media in 2D and 3D, drawings and graphics (including digital media), sculptures and photographs.
This year, for the 40th anniversary of the festival, visitors can view acrylic paintings by John van Orsouw from Palatine Bridge, New York; ceramic sculptures by Hiroshi Nakayama from Worthington, Massachusetts; photograph by David Margolis of Stamford; and oil paintings by Ning Lee of Monroe, New Jersey, among dozens of other artists.
All works will be available for purchase and the artists will be on hand to discuss their pieces and process.
Festival-goers can visit the current Bruce Museum exhibits: Chain Reaction: The Photography of Patrick Nagatani, The Amazon Rainforest: Beauty • Destruction • Hope, and shop in the museum store.
If you are indoors, face masks are mandatory.
If you are going to…
The open-air festival will take place rain or shine.
WHEN: The festival will take place inside the museum on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, October 9 and 10.
OR: The Bruce Museum is located in a park just off Interstate 95, exit 3, at 1 Museum Drive in Greenwich. Entrance to the Outdoor Arts Festival is through the museum’s east parking lot along Museum Drive.
CAR PARK: Festival parking is available in all public areas surrounding the Bruce, including the Island Beach parking lot, Steamboat Road, and Museum Drive.
DO YOU WANT TO AVOID DRIVING? The museum is also a short walk from Greenwich Metro-North station.
To book a ticket for a timed entry, please visit this web page on the Bruce Museum website, or call 203-869-0376, ext. 311.
About the Bruce Museum
The Bruce Museum showcases art and science in more than a dozen temporary exhibitions each year. The permanent galleries present the natural sciences that encompass regional and global perspectives.
Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and voted the best museum in Fairfield County by area media in recent years, the Bruce attracts 70,000 visitors each year, including families, seniors, students, community organizations and 25,000 schoolchildren.
The Bruce Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm; closed on Mondays and important holidays. For more information, call the Bruce Museum at 203-869-0376 or visit website.