TORRINGTON — Five Points Gallery is offering its variety of exhibitions on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, as well as its website, www.fivepointsgallery.org, with virutal tours and updates on future shows in 2020.
The gallery encourages others in thanking health care workers, first responders and essential workers by putting a paper ❤️ heart in your window.
In a message on the website, executive director Judith McElhone wrote, “Be assured Five Points remains committed to supporting artists and the community we serve both in downtown Torrington and through our expansion on the former University of Connecticut Torrington Campus.”
Current Exhibitions: Virtual Tours
On Exhibit March 13 - May 30.
West Gallery: Power Figures: Brian McClear, Greg Kessler, Karen Shaw, Michelle Thomas & Lisa Warren
East Gallery: Harriet Caldwell, Holocaust + 1.5 Million + Children
TDP Gallery: Rebecca Zablocki, Bed Rest
The gallery is compiling a list of resources including emergency grants for artists and other creatives. To contribute a resource, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Launchpad Artists news:
Launchpad Artists, Rose Orelup and Amy Ozga have been working hard making masks and are donating them to their local hospitals.
Jessica Fallis and Aedan O'Brien have received Arts Fellowship Grants from the Connecticut Office of the Arts; Launchpad Artist Maddie Stenson was recently named Program Director at the Northwest Arts Council.
Five Points Annex Gallery exhibits
Configuring the Figure: Paintings & Drawings by Karen Bonanno, through April 20.
Small Works Juried Show: Will Holub is the Five Points Small Works Juried Exhibition Best in Show winner. He will have a solo exhibition in Five Points Gallery next year.