(3.26) In early 2009, newly transplanted Rhode Islander Stephanie Gerson (update: now Stephanie Lepp) looked around and more or less said, “Huh, look at all the cool stuff here. Why the heck doesn’t Providence have Pecha Kucha nights?” So the hula-hooping vixen kicked off a
And it’s a free download. Local roots rockers the ‘Mericans — Chris Daltry, Matt Rozzero, Michael Moore, and Paul Williamson — put their own spin on original songs about Providence and/or by Providence artists including: Small Factory, Honeybunch, Roz Raskin, Scarce, the Brother Kite, Deer
Early last year, Beth Comery reported on the resuscitation of Providence Cookie Company by Secadin “Sajo” Can and family. Their eatery on Peck Street in Downcity still offers a combination of Providence Cookie Company treats using Bette Hills’ original recipes, plus fresh lunch fare with
Officer Tony was at it again today.
The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity runs January 24 through February 9 at the Butcher Block Mill, 25 Eagle Street, Providence RI. Tickets: $20-$25; preview performances (January 24-27) just $15-$20. Discounts for groups of 10 or more, students and seniors. Tickets at 401-400-7100 or thewilburygroup.org.
Yellow Peril Gallery is pleased to present HITODAMA, a new series of sculptures, paintings, and mixed media installations by Gage Prentiss, from December 13, 2012 to January 13, 2013. The opening reception is Thursday, December 13, from 6PM to 9PM. Hitodama is a Japanese word
10:00 am to 4:00 pm each day free and open to the public on the campus of Brown University! A roomful of vendors with booths chock full of vintage goodness! We’ll have men’s and women’s vintage clothing, accessories, boots, hats, gloves, bags, etc. We have
JOEY KILRAIN / MADE IN OLNEYVILLE / FLAT FILES COLLECT: ART + DESIGN CONCEPT November 9 – December 30, 2012 Launch Party: Friday, November 9, 2012, 7PM – 10PM Store Hours: Thursday + Friday, 3PM – 8PM, Saturday + Sunday, 12PM – 5PM Yellow Peril
Come on out to the Butcher Block Mill this weekend and take in some cutting edge theatre by Providence’s favorite bootstrap theatre company.
Kristi Martel @ Roots Cultural Center October 24th When: Wednesday October 24th Where: Roots 276 Westminster St Providence Contact: 401-272-7422 Who: Kristi Martel (avant soul) Time: Doors @ 7pm, Music 8-10pm Cost: $5 Kristi Martel is thrilled to return to Roots for a full-length show,
Come see what makes AS220 one of the most significant artists’ communities in the world! On Saturday from 3pm to 7pm, resident and tenant artists will open their studios to the public. Visit our downtown studios and meet painters, sculptors, printmakers, video artists, graphic designers,
Join AS220, Ada Books and Drawn & Quarterly for the Providence launch of “New York Drawings” with cartoonist Adrian Tomine. This lavish, beautifully designed volume collects every cover, comic, and illustration that the acclaimed cartoonist as produced for The New Yorker to date, along with
Last week Providence’s favorite fledgling theatre company announced plans to present the RI premiere of Duncan Macmillan’s critically acclaimed new drama LUNGS, October 14-27 2012, with a special press opening on Monday, October 15. LUNGS marks the Wilbury Group’s second production in the new performance space at the beautifully restored Butcher Block Mill, located at 25 Eagle Street, Providence.
There’s now one more reason to spend time in Downcity Providence this summer. The Downcity Sound Stage, InDowncity’s new outdoor summer music series is a FREE live music performances outdoors at Grant’s Block (at the corner of Union and Westminster St.). The series is a celebration honoring
Yellow Peril Gallery and Rhode Island State Council for the Arts (RISCA) are pleased to announce the return of Table Fights 2012 to its birthplace in Providence. The furniture performance art event will take place at the Plant Courtyard this Sunday. TABLE FIGHTS is a
One entry in the Rhode Island International Film Festival was made right here in Providence — “Breakfast with Curtis” was written, directed, and shot by Laura Colella, teacher of directing and film production at RISD. She writes of the film’s unique genesis in the Wall