Last Week For Creepy Crawly Ice Cream Scene

IMG_20130803_210806_278 Resources for Human Development, a non-profit, arts-based program serving people with disabilities, fosters some really creative projects, from drawings, paintings and sculptures to music, videos and performance art. The artwork is shown a couple of times a year at rotating spots, from galleries in their Pawtucket headquarters to spaces such as Firehouse 13, and now even at an ice cream/panini shop.

This is your last week to check out fantastic bug-themed artwork – from creepy-crawly to adorably cute to scientifically accurate – by RHD-RI residents. They’re on display at Three Sisters through Sunday, and these original pieces are for sale (around $12-15 each). More photos after the jump.

through August 18th, Three Sisters, 1074 Hope Street, open til 10 p.m. or 10:30 on Fridays/Saturdays


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