Melanie finally writes in after a busy first quarter.
It's been a while since we heard from the elusive Melanie Prapopoulos. The artist, gallery director, and den mother to a crew exclusively made up of creative twenty-somethings, has led CAMP into 2022 without stopping for a breath.
The magic of an opening night or event in the gallery is in the final product, but it doesn't mean that getting there isn't an experience on its own. Read on for Brianna's reflections on Westport's preparing for the closing of Not Dior's New Look III, and for the debut of the long-awaited CAMP Signature Cocktail (yes!)
Andrea, Brianna, and Melanie reflect on last week's studio visits.
As a gallery, we treasure visiting our artists' studios to look at new works, plan for future projects, and catch up. Join our CAMPers as they stop by Aurora Molina's and Molly Gambardella's studios for an intimate look at their creative spaces.
In this edition of Tea Time, CAMP Founder Melanie Prapopoulos walks us through the itinerary for the last quarter of 2020. Usually our busiest season, we've packed it full of new experiences and exhibtions—typically CAMP.