Make Your Mark: Closing Reception

Fairfield Museum And History Center

September 13, 2019 | 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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The Fairfield Museum is hosting a free happy hour to close its exciting “Make Your Mark” exhibition! Guests will enjoy specialty cocktails and have the unique opportunity to watch street artist John Paul O’Grodnick create a fascinating work of art. In addition, attendees can participate in a hands-on art project that will “make its mark” at the Museum for years to come. Don’t miss this last chance to see this exhibition before it closes.

This exhibition explores how people – whether quilters, silversmiths, street artists or painters – leave their creative marks on their communities. From graffiti and tattoo artists, to quilters and silversmiths, people demonstrate and use their talents to serve and connect, show pride, and to leave a personal and lasting impression. Featuring local artists, including vibrant street muralist John Paul O’Grodnick, Bridgeport’s Liz Squillace (whose public art reaches new heights!) and of Three Roses tattoo studio, Frankie Frieri.

Contact Name: Michael Barraco

Contact Email: mbarraco@fairfieldhs.org

Contact Phone: 2032591598

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This event is free of charge.

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Fairfield Museum And History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfield, CT 06824

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