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‘Hope & Strength’ From Shep Fairey

Boy, the Bolsheviks didn’t have this many posters. Don’t get me wrong, I’m loving it. Governor Raimondo has just announced an initiative that will allow Rhode Islanders to share their artwork by posting it on social media with the tag #RIArts. Meanwhile, Shepard Fairey made us an inspirational poster, images of which are being projected […]

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RISD Film/Animation/Video Senior Show

The Rhode Island School of Design will present its Film/Animation/Video Festival from May 16 through May 19 (opening reception on Tuesday, May 15). This year’s festival premieres the work of thirty RISD seniors. The festival kicks off with a gallery exhibition with live performances at 204 Westminster, 3rd floor, on Tuesday, May 15 at 6:30pm.

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‘Action Speaks’ Forum — Friday

Interesting pre-Foo evening planned at AS220. First, at 5pm, a showing of Helen Stickler’s documentary Andre the Giant Has a Posse, followed by a special Action Speaks forum on “Free Culture” and intellectual property. Join artist Shepard Fairey, political activist and author Lawrence Lessig, computer scientist and engineer Brandon Edens, and AS220 artistic director Umberto

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“The World’s First Street Art Disaster Movie”

There is graffiti and there is street art, and you will know the difference by the end of the opening credits of the new movie at the Cable Car Cinema. Exit Through the Gift Shop is the work of British street artist Banksy who remains disguised and anonymous throughout the film; he is not however

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Last Chance To Vote In New England Art Awards

In our grand tradition of only bringing you news at the last possible second, we’d like to draw your attention to the second annual New England Art Awards, voting for which ends tomorrow (Sunday).  Lots and lots and Providence artists and galleries got nominated for the awards, which are organized by Phoenix art critic Greg

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