BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – The seventh annual Bridgeport Art Trail continues through Sunday.
The Bridgeport Art Trail features more than 30 locations that reach into every geographic corner of the city. Open studios and galleries provide the nucleus for activities, with workshops, studio sales, gallery tours, performance space concerts and hands-on learning experiences featured on the schedule. Countless artists, photographers, designers, musicians, dancers, deejays, filmmakers, actors and poets take part in a weekend of mostly-free events that celebrate local inspiration and genius.
“As BAT continues to grow and expand, this year’s event promises to be the best and most satisfying thus far,” said Suzanne Kachmar, executive director of City Lights Gallery and lead organizer of BAT.
New this year is the BAT shuttle bus service, which connects all artists’ studio space sites. Park downtown and pick up a shuttle pass at City Lights, which is partnering with Neighborhood Studios to provide this service. Passes are free, but a $5 donation is suggested.
The full BAT schedule and event details are available here .
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