Dedicated to covering the visual arts community in Connecticut.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Artist talk and brown bag luncheon with James Reed at Bridgeport Arts & Cultural Council on Wednesday

The BACC Gallery in the Historic Arcade Mall
1001-12 Main St., Bridgeport, (203) 552-4154
James Reed: (Mostly) Crows
Through Sept. 29, 2011.
Artist's Talk & Brown Bag Luncheon: Wed., Sept. 21, 12:30—1:30 p.m.

Press release

The works in the exhibit (Mostly) Crows were created during James Reed's residency at I-Park in December 2010. I-Park is a non-profit organization devoted to fostering excellence in the fields of music composition, the visual arts, and creative writing. It is located on a 450-acre nature park in East Haddam, CT.

Reed, who holds a Bachelor of Arts from University of Missouri and a Master of Arts from San Francisco State University and Tamarind Institute, is the owner and Master Printer at Milestone Graphics in Bridgeport, CT. As a master printer, he has worked at print shops throughout the United States, Mexico and France and has collaborated with over two hundred artists during a career that spans over forty years. Also an accomplished artist, Mr. Reed's personal work is included in the collections of IBM, General Electric, Tamarind Institute, Achenbach Print Foundation, New York Public Library, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, among others. He has received a Ford Foundation Fellowship and a Rockefeller Research Grant.

The Bridgeport Arts and Cultural Council, a non-profit organization, was founded to advocate for cultural and arts organizations by promoting participation of the community in arts and cultural activities in Bridgeport. In addition, the BACC provides exhibition opportunities and promotion for area artists and artisans. Exhibitions and events at the BACC are sponsored by private and public funding partners. To become a member, to make a donation, or to learn more about the BACC call 203.522.4154 or email

Labels: , ,


Post a Comment

<< Home