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Jamey Morrill At Yellow Peril— “Larvae”

Yellow Peril Gallery is pleased to present “Larvae” a sculpture installation by Jamey Morrill, consisting of mundane, seemingly benign materials that collectively become imposing and uncanny. “In our culture, mass production of products appears similar to the reproductive strategy of insects – where risk and cost are spread thin as gossamer over many to assure […]

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“Poetry Event Organized By Veterinarians” Probably Makes This Event Sound Less Exciting Than It Actually Ought To Be

Acclaimed poet and National Book Award winner Mark Doty is reading at Rhode Island College tonight. Doty is scheduled to read from Dog Years, the bestselling 2007 memoir which centers around the companionship of his two retrievers. The event is part of Vet Week, a celebration of animals and their health organized which is by

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Animation Elation

 Yay for another cool RIC event! The college’s film studies program has organized a big ol’ Festival of Contemporary Animation, which is co-curated by Maya Allison, director of Five Traverse Gallery, and Jo Dery, curator of the Magic Lantern cinema project, to showcase animated films by contemporary artists both near and far. Tonight, catch some

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Last RIC farmer’s market

Mount Pleasant and Elmhurt folks, take note: Today marks the very last farmer’s market at Rhode Island College (unless, of course, it becomes an annual tradition).   It’s small, it’s cute, it’s fresh, it’s local.  It’s a win-win. Rhode Island College, 600 Mt. Pleasant Ave, Providence / 4-6 p.m.

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I’d Like To Check Out Your Public Protest.

  I just popped by the Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College, which I sort of assumed wouldn’t even be running a show during the summer, and was pleasantly surprised to come across Protest, a show featuring photographer LeRoy Henderson that will be up through early July. Henderson shows the struggles of Americans as they

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