Archived Gallery Exhibit
URI Feinstein Providence
ART FROM THE STREETSAugust 1- August 20
Gallery Reception August 20, 5:00-9:00 pm
WORLD DANCE PERFORMANCE
by HUMAN CREATIVITY Central
Featuring performances by and about of Rhode Islanders’ experiences of being homeless.
The mixed media exhibit includes art from recycled and found objects to highlight the need to recycle and Live Green; TAG and GRAFFITI; and art about homelessness and the housing crisis in Rhode Island, to bring attention and understanding of the issues and the impact on people’s lives. The hope is that this exhibit will inspire ideas, solutions and action.
Included in the exhibit is work by Scott Allinson, Nichole Dingee Allinson, Heather Adels,Constance Allen, Sharon Armore, Mary Ellen Benoit, Antonio Carniero, Meredith Cutler, Lisa Decesare, Melanie Ducharme, Carrie Edens, Stephen P. Gross, Sean Harrington, Steve Hayes, JEROCK, Lee Johnson, Frederick Kent, Mark Maher, John McCaughey, Nick McKnight, Vanessa Miller, Zan Nordlund, Lincoln Read, Hannah Resseger, Joshua CJG Robinson, Rebecca Siemering, Andrew Sloan, Kathleen Sonier, Jacqueline Sylvia, Brittanny Taylor, Jose Texiera. Artists from ART REACH & AFIA programs at Mathewson Street Church, Central Falls High School, McAuley House Arts program, AS220 Photographic Memory Group (including Kourtnie Aileru, Jolnilka Calcona, Kia Davis, Scott Lapham, Courtney Mitchell, Alan Martinez, Sandra Negron, Benito Rios, Caitlyn Watts, Imani Walter, Chandelle Wilson), and students from the Rhode Island Training School will also contribute their work to be shown. An additional exhibit will take place August 1-20 at Mathewson Street Church as a culmination of ARTSREACH workshops in creative writing, painting, and photography. Free and open to the public.
Canned Goods are being collected as a sculpture - please participate.
The WORLD DANCE PERFORMANCE by HUMAN CREATIVITY from the Central Falls High School (August 20 at 6:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.) will be presented as a fund raiser by the students to build a well in a village in Mali, West Africa. Donations will be accepted at the door. This is the 3rd collaboration between URI Feinstein Providence Campus Arts and Culture Program and the Arts Academy of the Central Falls High School under the direction of Deanna Camputaro.
URI Providence Campus Gallery
Hours M-TH 9-9, F&S 9-4
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