March 28, 2020 | 7 pm @ Downtown Bristol, TN-VA
BRISTOL, TN — Appalachian Art Guild hosts its first nocturnal art market at Bloom Café, Bristol, Tennessee, March 28 from 7-10 p.m. Some of the Tri-Cities most prolific artists convene and share their work for an evening. Each local creator will have a table pop-up shop with a myriad of prints, pins, totes, apparel, original illustrations and more. Admission is free.
Participating artists areEric Drummond Smith, Wesley Jones, Brian Serway, Richard Graves, Beautymarkings, Marcy Parks, Varicose Vanity, Matthew Kilby, Case Elledge
“It’s incredibly humbling and excited to be able to co-host this Nocturnal Market with Bloom Cafe. There’s such a rich culture of contemporary Appalachian art in the region and the prospect of helping putting that on full display regularly is something I’m deeply passionate about. There are so many blooming artists around us and I hope through events like these and others, we can a more connected and vibrant art culture in the Tri-Cities,” says Brian Serway, Neo-Appalachian Art Guild
"Bloom is all about creativity. From our talented staff, the culinary adventures we explore, the to the way we interact with the community. Displaying visual art is so important to the culture downtown, and to the relationships it helps create. Being a venue for the arts is part of who we are,” saysEmily Fehr; owner — Bloom Café and Music Room
For more information and to check for updates, visithttps://www.facebook.com/events/115679093107725/