With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930’s New York City. This children’s adaptation is based on the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, and features everyone’s favorite little redhead and her lovable mutt named Sandy. Music by Charles Strouse Lyrics by Martin Charnin Book by … Continue reading “Annie Jr. at The Stadium Theatre”

In this exhibit you will take a time-traveling adventure and meet real people who came to Rhode Island from many different countries. Hear their stories and find out why they came, what they brought and how they changed the Ocean State. The Exhibition We all have stories about our families and how they came to … Continue reading “Coming to Rhode Island Exhibit at Providence Children’s Museum”

The Nether By Jennifer Haley and directed by Judith Swift The non-profit Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre creates the finest of live theater, engaging the audience intensely in current and recurrent issues of consequence. Log in. Choose an identity. Live out your private dreams. This is life in the Nether—a lush, virtual wonderland offering total sensory immersion, free of … Continue reading “The Nether at The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre”

Intermission Exhibit A temporary pause in a performance, a break from business as usual. December 16, 2016 – June 30, 2016 Introduction: This informal presentation of paintings and objects from our early 12th to late 19th century European collection offers opportunities for chance encounters and unintentional juxtapositions as we renovate our main European Galleries. When the European … Continue reading “RISD Museum of Art Intermission Exhibit”

Trinity Rep Presents Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream In one of Shakespeare’s most beloved romantic comedies, four fantastic stories are woven together in a single fanciful night: the wedding of an Athenian Duke to his Queen; the comic misadventures of four lovers lost in the forest; an uproarious throw-down between the King and Queen of … Continue reading “Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Trinity Repertory”

Making Her Mark-The Women of the Providence Art Club, 1880 A celebration of the Providence Art Club as a cultural force for women artists. Events run January 29 – April 22, 2017. When the Providence Art Club was established in early1880 by sixteen artists, six of whom were women, our club became one of the … Continue reading “The Providence Art club Presents: Making Her Mark”

DiMoDA 2.0 Morphe Presence Introduction: DiMoDA, or the Digital Museum of Digital Art, is an ongoing interactive collection, exhibition, and conservation project founded and directed by artists William Robertson and Alfredo Salazar-Caro. This exhibition was organized by invited curators Eileen Isagon Skyers and Helena Acosta. DiMoDA 2.0: Morphe Presence, presents recent works by Miyö Van … Continue reading “DiMoDA 2.0: Morphe Presence”

Connemara: Paintings From Yvonne King The Current Exhibition at Providence City Hall’s Main Gallery The 20 paintings featured in Yvonne King’s exhibition “Connemara” spotlight the Connemara landscape in Western Ireland where King resides from. ‘My work is known for landscape, it’s colour and traditions. I aim to capture the essence of place, seeing the value of history … Continue reading “Connemara: Paintings From Yvonne King -The Main Gallery at PVD City Hall”

U.S Naval War College Museum New Exhibition “This is No Drill” features artifacts related to the events at Pearl Harbor including a metal fragment of USS Arizona, and a diorama by Robert D. Bracci titled, “Last Liberty,” which depicts a poignant scene on the evening of 6 December 1941, as many of Arizona’s crew prepare … Continue reading “NEW EXHIBIT: THIS IS NO DRILL: THE UNITED STATES ENTERS WORLD WAR II”

TO THE BONE A durational performance by Benjamin Lundberg Torres Sanchez RISCA’s Merit Fellow in New Genres About the performance: TO THE BONE uses household paint collected from Sherwin-Williams (whose names echo deeply entrenched racist ideas about color) as layers to be excavated and decolonized. Through performance, Lundberg Torres Sanchez positions color, identity, and home … Continue reading “To The Bone, a durational performance hosted by RISCA”

SHE WOULD IF SHE COULD by George Etherege Directed by Rebecca Maxfield “She Would If She Could”, Head Trick Theatre’s spring 2017 show, follows the clever, the lustful, and the oblivious through the houses, public gardens, and restaurants of Restoration London. Full of verbal wit and physical farce by turns, George Etherege’s comedy gently mocks … Continue reading “She Would If She Could at AS220”

Snow or shine, the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market is open and brimming with high-quality locally sourced foods. For cancellation announcements in cases of extreme weather, please follow us on social media! 2017 is the 10th Year of the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market! Farm Fresh RI first started the wintertime market in 2007 inside AS220, a … Continue reading “Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market”