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Hoop Dreams

Wow. The basketball courts at Fargnoli Park on Smith Street have been repaired and repainted with results that should please both athletes and aesthetes. Which is to say: The courts look fabulous, and since the project came together through the efforts of Friends of Friars (and their newly created My Homecourt Providence), Friends of Fargnoli Park, […]

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‘What Nerve’ At The RISD Museum

Don’t forget, no admission on Sundays. Up now through January 4th is “What Nerve: Alternative Figures in American Art, 1960 to the Present” which . . . proposes an alternate history of figurative painting, sculpture, and vernacular image-making from 1960 to the present that has been largely overlooked and undervalued. At the heart of What

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Design The Night — ‘What Nerve’ Opens At RISD

Admission is free during the evening event series ‘Design the Night’ at RISD Museum. This week you can check out What Nerve! Alternative Figures in American Art, 1960 to the Present, and the Providence-issue launch of the publication Outpost Journal. Bill Van Siclen writes for the ProJo, Organized by the museum’s longtime contemporary art curator,

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