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Artist: Belinda Gabryl

Foundry Holiday Show Opens Thursday

Time for the annual Foundry Holiday Show at the Pawtucket Armory. Dozens of artists will be selling ceramics, glass, fabric and fiber, painting, jewelry, metal, and photography. The show and sale runs Friday, Saturday, Sunday/December 5,6,7 and again December 12,13,14. Go here for hours. Seen

frog & toad

Hope Street Stroll Thursday

The Hope Street Merchants Association will host its annual Hope Street Holiday Stroll this Thursday. Craft tent, food trucks, petting zoo, fire jugglers, picture with Santa, sleigh ride, and live music. 4pm to 8pm, Thursday, December 4, Hope Street between 5th and Rochambeau

insect ark

Week In Music

Tuesday — @the Met, Carl Palmer (ELP) with Paul Bielatowicz and Simon Fitzpatrick Wednesday — @AS220, Kintaan, Insect Ark, Queen Elephantine, Gold & Silver (Photo of Insect Ark)


‘Holiday In Swingtime’ At Wilbury

The Wilbury Group and Chifferobe invite you to a fully immersive theatrical experience with a new holiday season spectacular — Holiday in Swingtime! Chifferobe’s ‘Holiday in Swingtime’ is a unique event that takes audiences away to to the good ol’ days. Through a collection of

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Small Business Saturday

(11.29) Remember to support all the cool independently owned bricks-and-mortar shops around town. We’ve got plenty. Lots of vintage shops on the East Side and West End and downtown. They will each have a stack of the new Guide to Providence Vintage with a map


WaterFire Basin Lighting

(11.29) Providence welcomes the bridge players with a partial WaterFire tonight. A North American Bridge Championship, NABC, is a bridge event that draws bridge players from around the world. They are held three times a year in different cities in North America.  In 2014, the

the schemers

Weekend In Music

Friday — @What Cheer Records and Vintage, Roz Raskin and the Rice Cakes, Tapestries, John Faraone @the Met, Fungus Amungus Saturday — @the Met, the Schemers @Dusk, Ravi Shavi, the Viennagram, Neutrinos, Twin Berlin @the Narrows, Sarah Borges Band @the Spot, the Heavy Pets, Spogga,

holiday meter

Holiday Parking Starts

To accommodate holiday shoppers and support local businesses during the busy holiday sales season, Mayor Taveras announced today that there will be two hours of free parking in designated commercial districts throughout Providence. Shoppers will be offered two hours of free parking from 10am until


Let’s Talk About Pocahontas

(11.24) The Native Americans at Brown student group presents a screening of Disney’s Pocahontas in honor of Native American Heritage Month. This 1995 animated children’s film chronicles Pocahontas’ fictionalized encounter with British settlers. Running time 81 minutes. A panel discussion focusing on the historical inaccuracies

roz raskin

Week In Music

Monday — @Machines With Magnets, Attila Faravelli + Mem1, Morgan Evans-Weiler, Sunk Heaven, Luke Moldof Tuesday — @the Parlour, open mic Wednesday — @the Met, Fungus Amungus, Jabooda, Project 401 @95 Empire Black Box, Frank Difficult Synth Porn @Dusk, Kris Hansen the Viking Jesus (cd

short story film fest

Short Story Film Festival

(11.29) The eighth annual Short Short Story Film Festival will screen throughout the day and evening this Saturday at the Black Box. The festival includes both live-action and animated films from across the globe, all of which tell a story in under six minutes. Audiences

Islay Taylor

AS220 Galleries In November

You have through next Saturday to check out the November AS220 Gallery exhibits. Seen here is a brass, horse hair, mixed media piece from Islay Taylor from the series ‘Natural History’ at the AS220 Project Space, 93 Mathewson Street. Taylor received her MFA in jewelry


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

(11.22) 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

pink avalanche

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,


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.”