Five Points Gallery (FPG), part of the Five Points Center for the Visual Arts, is a 501c3 non-profit arts organization centrally located in the historic downtown district of Torrington, CT. 

Five Points Gallery, one of Connecticut’s most respected exhibition venues is accepting submissions for its 2021 Juried Exhibition. Open to all artists 18 years or older working in any style and media. All accepted works will be featured in the Five Points’ main galleries and on Five Points’ website. The one award will be a 2022 solo exhibition in Five Points Gallery. The Exhibition will be juried by CT artist and educator Joseph Fucigna. 

Exhibition Dates: July 02 – August 14, 2021

Location: Five Points Gallery, 33 Main Street Torrington, CT 06790

Award: One solo exhibition in 2022.

Reception & Award: July 02, 5:00 – 8:00PM, Award Announced at 7:00PM

Juror: Joseph Fucigna

Invited artists:

June Ahrens – Stamford, CT
Nicole Alger – NYC, NY
Jennifer Vinegar Avery – Winsted, CT
Sarah Baillargeon -New Britain, CT
Matt Becker – Ellington, CT
Donald Bracken – West Cornwall, CT
Lauren Brady – Charlotte, MI
Brandon Brownlee, Iowa City, IA
Deborah Buck – NYC, NY
Kim Carlino – Easthampton, MA
Danielle Cartlier – Camden, NJ
Marieken Cochius  – Wappingers Falls, NY
Amy Conover – Simsbury, CT
Michele Cook – Spartanburg, SC
John Cox – Croton on Hudson, NY
Ron Crowcroft – Woodbury, CT
Charles Dmytriw – Winchester Center, CT
Anne Doris-Eisner -Bethany, CT
Elaine Erne – Philadelphia, PA
Nicolas Gadbois – Kansas City, MO
Alan Garry – Sleepy Hollow, NY
Charles Geiger – Poughkeepsie, NY
Michael Gellatly – Armenia, NY
Stephen Geoffrey – Nantucket, MA
Robin Gibson – State College, PA
Geri Hahn – Mountain Lakes, NJ
Caroline Harman – Newtown, CT
Christian Hastad – Hillsdale, NY
David Hile – Ypsilanti, MI
Nataliya Hines – Glen Head, NY
Will Holub – Old Lyme, CT
Peter Joslin – Charlotte, VT
Jeanne Kenney – Washington, CT
Nayana LaFond – Athol, MA
Stephanie Lanter – West Hartford, CT
Erika Larskaya – Litchfield, CT
Jim Lee – Glastonbury, CT
Roxann Leibenhaut – Hartford, CT
Linda Lindroth – New Haven, CT
Eric Moore – Sandy Springs, GA
Charles Mulford – Chatham, NJ
Donna Namnoum – Canton, CT
Gerry Niemierowko – Southington, CT
Marianne Petit – NYC, NY
Maxwell Roath – Denver, CO
Matthew Robinson – Beacon, NY
Dan Schnaidt  – Glastonbury, CT
Susan Scott – Canaan, NY
Nancy Sepe – Concord, NH
Susan Sharp – Easton, CT
Emma Taylor – West Simsbury, CT
Carol Taylor-Kearney – Wenoah, NJ
Catherine Vanaria – New Fairfield, CT
Lars Westby – Annapolis, MD



Joseph Fucigna is a multi-media artist whose work is rooted in process, play and the innate qualities of the materials used. Through experimentation, play and innovation he creates sculptures that are known for their power to transform materials, inventiveness and odd but suggestive subject matter. Joseph Fucigna was born in New Rochelle, New York and grew up in Norwalk, Connecticut. He received his Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from Alfred University School of Art and Design in New York and Masters of Fine Arts degree from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He also attended the Triangle Artist Workshop in Pine Plains, NY and worked with the renowned sculptor Sir Anthony Caro and critic Clement Greenberg. Presently, Fucigna is a full-time Professor of Art at Norwalk Community College and is the Chair of the Studio Arts Program. Fucigna has also taught in the Art Department at the State University of New York, Stony Brook. Presently, he resides and works in Weston, CT. Fucigna has exhibited nationally including shows at the Fitchburg Art Museum in Massachusetts, Real Art Ways in Connecticut, National Weather Center Biennale in Oklahoma, the United Nations, Grounds for Sculpture in New Jersey, the Lyman Allyn Art Museum in Connecticut, the New York State Museum in Albany, NY and the Burchfield Art Center in Buffalo NY. He has had one-person exhibitions at the Fred Giampietro Gallery, Five Points Gallery, Norwalk Community College Art Gallery, Artist Space New Haven and the Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College. Fucigna was also a recipient of an Individual Artist Grant from the Connecticut Commission on the Arts.