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Artist Talk At List Auditorium

(11.21) The Bell Gallery will host artist Orly Genger, creator of the site-specific installation YOU, located at the front campus on Prospect Street behind the Van Wickles. It made of recycled lobster rope and paint. Orly Genger’s newest site-specific installation, You, will transform Brown University’s

Youth Arts Day

Youth Arts Day At Brown Saturday

Brown University’s Granoff Center for the Creative Arts hosts a Youth Arts Day featuring exhibits, workshops, and performances led by some of Providence’s outstanding community youth arts organizations. The day honors the work of Brown University alumni and their colleagues in our community in developing vibrant,

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Weekend In Music

Friday — @the Columbus Theatre, Daniel Lanois, Lonnie Holley @the Met, Survival Knife, Pink Avalanche, Hungry Ghost @Dusk, Cannibal Ramblers, Wolfbane Blues, Zen Kowboy @AS220, Dead Empires, Terror Eyes, Pink Eye @Psychic Readings, OJ, Ursula, Dark Rodeo @Aurora, Triangle Forest, Beta Motel, the Kolour Kult,

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Last Gallery Night Of The Season

(11.20) Tonight is the last installment of Gallery Night Providence for the year — head out on your own or take the tour bus. Go here for how to. ArtProv Gallery will be holding an opening reception tonight from 5pm to 9pm for “Fresh Paint.”

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‘Ghost Brothers’ At The Vets Saturday

How to describe “Ghost Brothers of Darkland County”? The names behind the project suggest that this is a different sort of musical: Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T Bone Burnett. Andy Smith of the Providence Journal spoke with one of the stars, Gina Gershon, making

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New ‘Guide To Providence Vintage’

Providence is becoming a vintage mecca and they are getting organized. The new comprehensive ‘Guide to Providence Vintage’ will help you, your out-of-town guests, and returning college students, make sense of the burgeoning scene. There are 16 participating shops concentrated in three neighborhoods, including: downtown

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Leyla McCalla At Columbus

(11.20) Leyla McCalla is a cello player from New Orleans. Her debut album “Vari-Colored Songs: A Tribute to Langston Hughes” was released earlier this year. McCalla will be performing at the Columbus Theatre this Thursday. Jim Almo, who also hails from New Orleans, spoke with

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‘The Mathematics Of Crime’ — Public Lecture

(11.20) The Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM) presents a lecture by Dr. Andrea Bertozzi titled “The Mathematics of Crime.” Bertozzi will discuss her participation in developing a “predictive policing” program that alerts officials to districts with the highest probability of a

Dylan Sevey

Week In Music

Tuesday — @Psychic Readings, Craow, Ora Iso, Winter Line @the Narrows, Eric Johnson, Mike Stern Wednesday — @the Met, Joywave, Jetty @Fête lounge, Jessica Lea Mayfield, T. Hardy Morris and the Hardknocks, Dylan Sevey and the Gentlemen @the Narrows, Chuck Prophet and the Mission Express

Providence Art Club

Annual Little Pictures Show At Providence Art Club

The opening reception for the 110th annual Little Pictures Show runs Sunday, November 16th, from noon to 4pm. The show runs through December 23rd. The Providence Art Club is pleased to announce it will continue the more than century long tradition of the Little Pictures

Regulate RI

Regulating Marijuana in RI — Forum At Brown

[Front page coverage in the ProJo! Remember to vote in their poll. And congratulations to Jared Moffat for organizing such an informative and well-run event — even the sound worked! The range of speakers with their unique perspectives illuminated both the problem and the solution.

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Inside The Arcade Micro Lofts

Developers take note: If you want 100% occupancy, try moderately priced loft spaces instead of those overpriced “luxury” towers. The ProJo’s Bill Van Siclen takes a look inside the life of one Arcade resident and the set-up looks pretty sweet. The Arcade director discusses why

art hack day

‘Art Hack Day’ Closing Exhibition And Party

(11.15) This might be like a happening . . . or an interactive new media performance, or . . . we don’t know what this is. Starting Thursday forty artists and hackers have inhabited RISD Exposé Gallery + Eship to explore the idea of MASTER

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Craftopia At Hope Artiste Village

(11.16) Rhody Craft is throwing another Craftopia where you can buy locally made and unique items. (Rhody Craft is now located at 780 Hope Street although the Craftopia will be held at Hope Artiste Village as usual.) Start your holiday shopping at Craftopia! As always,

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Proustfest At Dean Hotel — Author Talk

(11.14) Sorry, late on this. The Dean Hotel, in collaboration with the Providence Athenaeum, presents PROUSTFEST 2014! Professor Mary Bergstein on her new book: In Looking Back One Learns to See: Marcel Proust and Photography. Bergstein has published widely on topics from Italian Renaissance sculpture