Art on the Lawn
Curated by Rob Lorenson
displayed in front of Colt School, Linden Place, & the Bradford-Dimond-Norris House (Hope Street, Bristol, RI)
Featuring work by | Michael Cochran, Mike Hansel, Paul Menensis, Matt Noiseux, Derek Riley, Mark Wholey, & Rob Lorenson
The Bristol Art Museum is responsible for providing our community with cultural enrichment and enjoyment at all times. During this global pandemic, the arts have a special role in helping communities remain hopeful and connected. Sculpture on the Lawn aims to offer our community the joy of art from a distance.
Please enjoy this exhibit safely from your vehicle or by wearing a mask and
maintaining a distance of 6 feet from your fellow visitors.
Find us on the Lingar app to begin exploring BAM's virtual exhibits today. Simply search "Lingar" on your mobile device's app store and download.
Tap the stacked rectangles in the upper left corner to enjoy Praxis: Abstraction: 4 Strategies from your home. Open Lingar while enjoying our outdoor sculpture installation to learn about the artists and works on view. Snap a photo of a sculpture within the app or explore the menu on the left to pull up interpretive info and more!
With the closure of institutions of art as part of social distancing, public art has a role to play in availability. Outdoor sculpture is always available and in spaces that are conducive to social distancing. In this exhibit you don’t even need to get out of your car to enjoy the artwork. Over the duration of the exhibit and multiple encounters – a real relationship with the artwork can form.
-- Rob Lorenson, Guest Curator