Gallery Openings

Mike Dooley Exhibit Through 9/12

Mike Dooley creates some of the most gorgeous landscape photography I’ve ever seen; the Rhode Island Blood Center even uses his shots on postcard and posters as incentives to donate. Mike is currently showing a mix of 30 sea, land, and cityscapes, some printed on aluminum, at Peter Miller Fine Art Gallery that will make

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“Collections” At Machines With Magnets Opening July 1

“Collections” is a group show featuring paintings and drawings by three local artists: Rebecca Adams (RISD ’06), Emeline Allen (BROWN ’10), and Jillian Clark (RISD ’04). Each artist uses images of women as the basic subject matter for their work, branching out into their distinctive styles and media to allow for a broad range in

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Gallery Night Opens 15th Season On March 17

Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day in an entirely different way. Head on over to One Regency Plaza in downtown Providence and help kick off Gallery Night Providence’s 15th season. Roving Art buses visit Providence galleries and museums. On the buses guides talk about the art on view and pass out sweet desserts from LaSalle Bakery and

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Let It Show, Let It Show, Let It Show

This Saturday, December 11, Noon to 4 p.m., Above Providence Optical Gallery presents a special Holiday Show with a great selection of one-of-a-kind Drawings, Fine Art Note Cards, Handmade Pillows, Jewelry, Small, affordable, framed Artwork and Fine Art Furnishings for your home. They will also be serving holiday refreshments AND a 10% discount on all

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Brown Faculty Triennial Opening Night Friday

Friday is opening night of the Faculty Triennial 2010 at the David Winton Bell Gallery, . . .featuring the work of 24 faculty artists from five departments, the largest faculty exhibition ever at Brown. The exhibition represents artists from the departments of Visual Art, Modern Culture and Media, and Theater Arts and Performance Studies, as

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Tomorrow: You Can’t Call Your Own Baby Ugly

Well, since he’s not pretending that it’s anything other than over-the-top and self-indulgent, here’s a cheap promo: In light of Umberto Crenca’s 60th birthday and the 25th anniversary of AS220, the downtown Providence arts non-profit he founded, Crenca is taking over three of AS220’s exhibition spaces for a colorful retrospective of his art work. You

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1839! — RIC Seniors Show Photography At FH13

‘1839!’ is the new photography exhibition being mounted by a group of talented students soon to graduate from Rhode Island College. The word ‘photograph’ was coined in 1839 and these artists — Leah Edelman Brier, Andrew Davis, Kayla Hood, Sam Kashuk, AnnMarie Nethercote, and Elena Scotti — vividly demonstrate the variety of forms and techniques

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Tonight: Art! Boobs! Fashion!

Three things happening tonight, all of which are conveniently located on the same corner: Local filmmaker Faythe Levine curated the show opening at Craftland, which features work by Merrilee Challiss and Margaret Oomen.  From the press release: Merrilee brings her gouache and ink images of a darkly humorous view of natural history all the way

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The Blackout Tonight

The Blackout 11.07.09 8pm-12am West Side Arts Gallery 645 Westminster Street The Blackout is a showcase of up-and-coming talents and brands poised to make a difference in their local communities and the world. A handful of graphic artists, fashion labels, musicians, DJs, aficionados and media outlets will gather for this very special night to celebrate

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Kids’ Lit Gallery Open

URI’s Providence campus is featuring a two-story exhibit called “Imagination!  The World of Children’s Book Illustrations” that’s free and open to the public.  If you get down there tonight (oops, which is now), you’ll make the opening reception, which features both book signings and readings.  If not, you can still see the work of thirty-five

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Group Exhibition At AS220

The August exhibitions open tonight at the AS220 Galleries. The main gallery features a group exhibition, ‘On-The-Line: 19 on Paper‘. Collages by Christina Olszewski are in the Open Window. And ‘Quiet Riot’ new work by Sarah Samways is in the Youth Gallery. The AS220 Project Space holds ‘Pieces’ new work by Sharon N. Kahn Cutts

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