lecture

Book artist lecture at Brown: Maureen Cummins, “Artist as Archivist.”

NOV 29 | Lecture: Maureen Cummins, Artist as Archivist. Free and open to the Public. John Carter Brown Library on the Brown University Main Green, MacMillan Reading Room, 6:00 p.m. Refreshments served. Maureen Cummins will give a slide presentation of her work over the past two decades, which has involved the production of over thirty limited […]

Book artist lecture at Brown: Maureen Cummins, “Artist as Archivist.” Read More »

Lecture: “Thinking in Stories: Why the rise of digital is the best thing that ever happened to print.”

Thursday, December 1 6:00pm Enticing edibles served. FREE and Open to the public. John Carter Brown Library on Brown University Campus 94 George St. Providence, RI (near the corner of George and Brown Streets) A lecture and discussion with Andrew Losowsky, Book Editor for the Huffington Post  and author of Reading in 4 Dimensions. Hosted by

Lecture: “Thinking in Stories: Why the rise of digital is the best thing that ever happened to print.” Read More »

AS220 Open House And Artist Talk June 7th

June 7th at 7pm, AS220 Photo will host a free, public artist talk by the President of the American Society of Media Photographers’ New England Chapter, photographer Scott Indermaur. Scott will speak about the importance of maintaining personal artistic practice as a working professional. Many of us struggle to balance our personal creative practice with

AS220 Open House And Artist Talk June 7th Read More »

Weird World of Eerie Publications tonight at Rochambeau Library

TONIGHT – January 13th, 7pm at the Rochambeau Library (708 Hope Street in Providence), Providence Community Library will be hosting Mike Howlett, author of “The Weird World of Eerie Publications” (Feral House, 2010). “Eerie Publications’ horror magazines brought blood and bad taste to America’s newsstands from 1965 through 1975. Ultra-gory covers and bottom-of-the-barrel production values

Weird World of Eerie Publications tonight at Rochambeau Library Read More »

Kenneth Gloss — Free Talk/Book Appraisals Tonight At Rochambeau

Kenneth Gloss is proprietor of the Brattle Book Shop in Boston, one of America’s oldest and largest antiquarian bookstores. You may have seen him during his appearances as an appraiser on the PBS series Antiques Roadshow. He will show examples of books, magazines and ephemera from his private collection, and following his talk, he will

Kenneth Gloss — Free Talk/Book Appraisals Tonight At Rochambeau Read More »

Dr. Michael Fine and “The Zero Calorie Diet” at Rochambeau Library

Providence Community Library and The Friends of Rochambeau present a discussion with Dr. Michael Fine, author of “The Zero Calorie Diet” on June 10th, 7pm, at Rochambeau Library. “The Zero Calorie Diet” is a book about fasting, about eating, not eating, eating less, and about the commercialization of food and everything else in our bloated

Dr. Michael Fine and “The Zero Calorie Diet” at Rochambeau Library Read More »

Book Talk And Signing With Ann Hood — Friday

Providence Community Library will be presenting a free book discussion and signing with local best-selling author Ann Hood, on Friday, May 7th at the Mount Pleasant Library. Ann will be reading from her latest work, The Red Thread, with a discussion and signing to follow. For more info call 272.0106 or contact ddvorchak@provcomlib.org. 3pm, Friday,

Book Talk And Signing With Ann Hood — Friday Read More »

Exciting printmaking related lecture/q&a!!!!!

OH MAN this month is BUMPING, if you missed the free open workshop last saturday you totally missed out, and it’s probably my fault for forgetting to post it… BUT ANYWAY, THIS Saturday, September 20th @ 6:30 there will be two amazing guest lectures starring Gretchen Wagner, curatorial assistant for the museum of modern art

Exciting printmaking related lecture/q&a!!!!! Read More »

Providence Daily Dose