Every week, the Artists Collective of Westport members meet by Zoom. They talk about their challenges as artists, and share idea about current projects.
The latest group show came out of a recent meeting. Called “24/7 @ 47 Main” — and described as a “pandemic-friendly” exhibition — it’s a 10-minute video featuring 81 works from artists all over Connecticut.
It runs continuously on a large screen in the window of 47 Main Street (opposite the former Banana Republic).
Not comfortable venturing out quite yet (or just lazy)? Check out 2 options online.
One (below) is the show on the Artists Collective’s YouTube channel:
The other is a website. It’s got every exhibition image — plus details on each piece. There’s information too on how to contact an artist, for purchases. Click here to see.
So even though the physical “show” is in Westport, it’s accessible to anyone, anywhere in the world.
That’s fitting. Those weekly Zoom meetings have included Artists’ Collective member Helen Klisser During. She’s a Westporter — but right now she’s back in her native New Zealand.
She joins right in. No one cares that it’s the next day there already.