New artwork adorns the front of the bar at Aurora on Westminster Street adding to the already eye-catching interior of the place (which really does hew to an auroral color palette). The glow of this illuminated facade presents an inviting scene to passers-by (the front
Check out the new exhibitions for August at the AS220 Galleries. Runs through August 29. AS220 Main Gallery @ 115 Empire Street/ Sonny with a Chance of Clouds: new photographs by James ‘Sonny’ Walker + Bitter/Sweet: new photographs by Brittany Marcoux AS220 Project Space @
(7.18) Plenty to do while waiting for the sun to set Saturday night, and it’s free. Check out ‘Design the Night’ at the RISD Museum. “Engage with the elemental principles of art and nature through chance encounters, musical reverie, poetic musings, and art explorations—all incorporating
It seems that every corner, cranny, and blank surface at the Dean Hotel is merely a place waiting for art to happen — Faust, their German-style hofbrau, is no exception. And those boring old tap handles just had to go! Last week, luthier Rachel A.
‘Variations’ is the latest exhibit at Gallery EOSS on Hartford Avenue. This new addition to the Olneyville gallery scene will focus on contemporary artists. Bill Van Siclen at the ProJo has the details. Without much fanfare, Gallery EOSS opened this month at 91 Hartford Ave.,
If you do head downtown this weekend check out the large murals created by the urban art group The Avenue Concept. Working as a Creative Partner in the Providence International Arts Festival, it will bring the Washington Street Cultural Corridor to life with murals, art
A new exhibition opens today at the Providence Art Club with light as the theme. ‘A Sense of Light’ features artists Michele Poirier-Mozzone, Jonathan Small, and Priscilla Malone, while Madolin Maxey exhibits ‘Color and Light’ in the Dodge House Gallery. Up through June 26. Seen
Sculptor Dave Cole has filled the Bell Gallery with some massive bits of business in ‘American Lullaby’ up now through July 5th. This exhibition brings together iconic sculptures such as the Fiberglass Teddy Bear and The Music Box (2012), a vintage steamroller that has been
The AS220 Galleries hold opening receptions on the first Saturday of the month. This weekend is no exception, Kentucky Derby notwithstanding. AS220 Main Gallery, 115 Empire Street/Little Planets – new works by Chelsea Fredrikson/World Views – new photography by Adam Buck Open Window, 115 Empire Street/Illusory Perceptions
(4.25) Don’t forget about the ‘Print Lottery’ closing reception today from 1pm to 4pm in the AS220 main stage room. Lottery ticket holders will receive their prints and mingle with AS220 Community Printshop staff, members, and print-minded fans. Not in the lottery? You still might
The 35th annual Student Exhibition featuring the work of 44 students will run through April 26 at the Bell Gallery. Organized by students Zachary Korol-Gold and Andrew Alexander, the juried exhibition is open to all Brown University students, regardless of major, and encourages artists to
AS220 Galleries always open on the first Saturday of the month. April will also feature the popular biennial print lottery in the Main Gallery on Empire Street, or enter online here. The Print Lottery fundraiser is a fun and easy way to support the activities of
A closing reception will be held Thursday at the Bell Gallery for the 2015 NCECA Biennial, an international juried exhibition. From a slate of 1147 entries, the jurors choose fifty works issuing from 22 states and Canada, Hong Kong, Italy, Romania, South Korea and Sweden.
First my rant: At the front entrance to the lovely Botanical Center, affixed to the outside wall next to the door, is a speaker blaring some goddawful AM oldies station! This stuff is bad enough when one is pumping gas, but in a public park
(3.19) A new season of Gallery Night Providence kicks off tonight. Some new galleries have been added to the route, including Peter Miller Fine Art at 118 South Main Street, 2nd floor. Seen here is a piece from ‘New Perspectives and Natural Intensity’ which runs
First vampires . . . and now unicorns? Doesn’t it say something in the Dose mission statement about “keeping the lame off?” And yet, that vampire movie is awesome and the glittery unicorn installation is actually kind of perty. Head into the Empire Street entrance