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Craftopia

(4.28) The people at Rhody Craft are throwing another Craftopia. Craftopia is kicking off spring with style, color, art, and craft this April at Hope Artiste Village. Showcasing the unique work of more than 65 talented artisans, Craftopia continues to celebrate all things local and handmade. Each show curates an eclectic mix of clothing, handbags,

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Gallery Night Providence — September 15

Join our art tours or visit Providence galleries on your own: AS220’s gallery director Neal Walsh and artist Meredith Younger lead the last bicycle tour of the season (5:30 pm from the Regency). Clay artist Deb DeMarco leads a tour of contemporary galleries at 7. Dr. Rebecca Leuchak takes you on tour of Arts In

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May At AS220

Greetings Spring Chickens! The daffodils are blooming on Martha Street and we here in the Cottage Industries are looking forward to seeing your sunny faces amongst the flowers and in our multiple workshops, classes, events and other assorted and artsy (but not too artsy) happenings in our humble home in the Mercantile. Take, for example,

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Spring Classes in AS220’s Cottage Industries

It may be cold outside, but Spring has officially sprung at AS220! Just in time to snap you out our your winter rut we present a whole slew of awesome and amazing classes and events here in the new and improved Cottage Industries! Have you seen our new digs in the Mercantile? Did you know

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The Grant that Stole Christmas

This Saturday, the 13th, is the day that the Grant in Pawtucket will steal Christmas! Come on by from noon onwards. Shop for artsy and crafty goodies, from jewelry to rock posters, t-shirts to paintings. Have some art to schlock? Come by starting at ten with your table of goodies (we may not have enough

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Post Holiday Craft Party Party Redux

join us TODAY january 26th, from 5pm-9pm at the AS220 Community Print Shop for our POST HOLIDAY CRAFT PARTY PARTY REDUX (a wholesome crafty get-together). Make some post-holiday presents and cards or tigers or whatever using pom-poms and glitter and pipe cleaner ’cause you haven’t since shortly after you were a fetus!!! “F” ART LETS

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Tonight: Craftland Opening!

  Just a reminder that the best thing to do with oneself tonight is probably to go to the opening of Craftland, 5-9, at 235 Westminster: Craftland 2007 features an eclectic assortment of fine craft and handmade kitsch by more than 150 artists and craftspeople from Providence and beyond. Discover fresh and funky gifts for

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AS220 Community Print Shop: December Schedule

DECEMBER 2007!!! The brutal month before JANUARY 2008, horrifying!!!!! The print shop still breathes, heavy, thirsting for new friends and classmates. Clawing through the ink-soaked rags of downtown Providence, drooling education and reeking of a strange allure, a distorted, musky scent, familiar and yet distant, the indescribable waft of learning and fun, disgusting yet delicious.

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AS220 Community Print Shop: NOVEMBER SCHEDULE

 HEY FRIENDS!!! the print shop class/event schedule for NOVEMBER is finally ready! HERE IT IS: Open House!!! – MONDAY NOV.5th, 6pm – FREE Any and all interested in learning a bit about the shop and how it works, come to the FREE shop open house! We walk you through the shop and show off our

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AS220 Community printshop open to public

Watch out! AS220’s community print shop is now open for the public to use! The print shop, located at 95 Mathewson Street #210 downtown in the Dreyfus Building offers affordable introductory classes is many forms of printmaking; including but not limited to: silkscreen, letterpress, intaglio, monoprinting and relief printing! People of all ages are encouraged

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