Art is made to disturb. Science reassures. There is only one valuable thing in art: the thing you cannot explain.
- Georges Braque

Schedule for Greenwich

Win a Greenwich Experience

Pick up your Experience Greenwich Week Passport at participating merchants and other high traffic areas throughout Greenwich. Visit six different participating merchants, dine at two different participating restaurants and experience two different participating art galleries October 22 – 28. Then enter to win one of over twenty-five "Greenwich Experiences"

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October 24th

  • 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Town-wide EXPERIENCE OVER 150 MERCHANTS in GREENWICH, BYRAM, COS COB, RIVERSIDE and OLD GREENWICH. PICK UP YOUR PASSPORT, SHOP, DINE, EXPLORE and ENTER TO WIN GREENWICH EXPERIENCES. GO TO PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS ON THIS WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
  • Gilles Clement Gallery - 45 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich Gilles Clement Gallery presents
    Devorah Sperber + MARCK Exhibition
    Through the Looking Glass: alternative viewpoints
    October 12 - November 15, 2018

    The two artists featured in this exhibition utilize their respective mediums to draw the viewer into a wonderland of optical illusion, playful visual layering and unexpected use of space and scale. The human visage and form take the thematic center stage, presented in the gargantuan pixilated enlargements of Devorah Sperber?s thread spool installations, and the miniaturized women of MARCK?s video sculptures, dancing in an elegant decorative case, trapped in a spinning tank, or posing as the power source of a light box. Invited to experience the effect of the proverbial ?rabbit hole?, the viewer will discover a gallery presentation at once foreign, yet familiar; strange, yet enchanting. The walls come alive with multiple moving picture screens, constructed in wood or metal, brightly painted or distressed; wind blowing, water running, colors draping. In contrast, Sperber?s flat inverted pointillist constructions seem oddly remote and static; yet, upon closer inspection - literally through a crystal orb - the images flip upright and appear in realistic 3-D form. Expect no ordinary art browse ? the eyes are engaged as never before, the brain challenged and teased, and the spirits uplifted by this delightful pairing of conceptual and technical artistry.
  • 8:30 am - 9:15 am YMCA - 50 East Putnam Avenue Cardio Boxing

    1-2!! 1-2-3!! You’ll hear a lot of this for the next hour as you increase your awareness, power, and cardio with physical and mental training using intense boxing exercises!

  • 11:00 am - 6:00 pm EXPERIENCE GREENWICH WEEK ART WALK 2018; Arguimbau Art Gallery, Bruce Museum, C. Parker Gallery, Cavalier Galleries, Flinn Gallery Greenwich Library, Galerie 888, Gilles Clement Gallery, Greenwich Arts Council, Greenwich Arts Society, Isabella Garrucho Fine Art, Samuel Own Gallery, The Drawing Room, VW Contemporary, Weber Fine Art, Zorya Fine Art
  • 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Bruce Museum - Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich October 24, 1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m., Bruce Museum Curator's Talk: Navajo Weaving Traditions

    Bruce Museum Registrar and Curator Kirsten Reinhardt will speak about the Museum's collection of Navajo textiles, from their history in Native American weaving traditions to the artisanal skill of the weavers. The discussion will also cover traveler and collector Miss Margaret Cranford (1887 - 1974), whose passion for preserving these Native American items formed the foundation of the Museum's ethnographic collection. Lecture followed by tea and scones. Registration required; free with admission. Please make a reservation at brucemuseum.org and pay for your Museum entry at the front desk upon arrival.

    A Continuous Thread: Navajo Weaving Traditions
    Through November 25, 2018

    Navajo rugs are unique because their warp (the vertical strings on a loom) is one, long continuous piece of wool thread. Once the warp is set on the loom, the size of the rug cannot be altered. This weaving method requires the weaver to plan the design and pattern of the rug to fit precisely into the predetermined length of the rug. The ability to conceive and execute two dimensional designs in extraordinary patterns and colors set Navajo weavers apart from the creators of other Native rugs and blankets. Knowledge of this traditional process is an important cultural tradition that has been maintained through intergenerational instruction and mentoring despite the obstacles of displacement, discrimination and isolation experienced by the Navajo Nation.
  • 4:00 pm - 4:45 pm YMCA - 50 East Putnam Avenue Ballet Beginner

    Each class is comprised of the reading of a classical ballet story, followed by a warm-up section and learning ballet movements to music in a group setting, with an emphasis on posture, coordination and imagination.
  • 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm Gilles Clement Gallery - 45 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich Gilles Clement Gallery and Michelle Farmer Collaborate Art + Fashion Event
  • 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Zorya Fine Art - 38 East Putnam Avenue Exhibition: PG Larson and Reception

    zoryafineart.com

    Zorya Fine Art is dedicated to exhibiting and placing fine art. A distinctive aspect of the program is the presentation of emerging and established Ukrainian artists. Zorya Fine Art creates a context for the understanding and appreciation of these extraordinary artists, through historical and thematic exhibitions that bring to the forefront the significance and range of their work.

    Working with distinguished curators, art historians, and art critics, Zorya Fine Art brings a bold new perspective to the art world. The gallery's curatorial direction and focus on the art of Ukraine expand the borders of our knowledge of contemporary art.
  • 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm YMCA - 50 East Putnam Avenue Hip Hop

    This fun dance class utilizes hip-hop based dance combined with workout moves to give you a great cardio workout!
  • 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Knights of Columbus Greenwich - 37 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich

    Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 24. Halloween Party with Chance to Win Greenwich Town Party (2) Tickets Raffle, Oct. 27, 7pm - 11pm.

    The K of C open house will include food samplings from Chef Joe Marini of Chicken Joe in Cos Cob. Come taste the many different food items offered at our facility. Join us for a glass of champagne and visit our venue decorated with different table options for your event. Members from the Knights will be on hand to discuss membership for those interested.