This week you can spend an evening being inspired by Rhode Island’s creativity, attend an annual luncheon, hear a lecture on the state of the arts in academia, attend an artists’ reception, enjoy a concert series, and sample farmers markets! As always, if you have any upcoming events to suggest, feel free to drop us a line.
Tuesday, June 17th
An Evening of Inspiration, 5:30pm
An Evening of Inspiration brings Rhode Island’s creativity to you! Mohawk and Rhode Island Creative Magazine are teaming together to put on a night of inspiring creation. Mohawk is proud to celebrate makers everywhere, and they have begun this new series to celebrate and highlight their passions.
Wednesday, June 18th
Aldrich Mansion Summer Luncheon, 12:00pm
Enjoy catching up with neighbors, meeting up with friends or taking a break with co-workers to feast on their buffet and relish the water views. Complimentary wine will be served, along with an array of salads and buffet foods.
Hope Street Farmers Market, 3:00pm
The Hope Street Farmers Market is a farmer-run cooperative created and managed by many of the best farmers and food artisans in Rhode Island. This market sells fruits, vegetables, flowers, cheese, breads and pastries, pasture-raised meats, seafood, poultry and eggs, and many other items that farmers grow, make or raise themselves. The Hope Street Market is open every Saturday morning from 9 to 1:00 and Wednesday afternoons from 3:00 to 6:00. Load up your shopping bags with great things to eat, listen to live music and spend time with your neighbors – all at Lippitt Park where Hope Street and Blackstone Boulevard meet.
Thursday, June 19th
The URI Feinstein Providence Campus Arts and Culture Program presents The State of the Arts: URI, RIC, CCRI. Faculty, student, alumni and retired faculty art will be on exhibit from June 2nd to June 30th at the URI Feinstein Providence Campus Gallery. There will be a Gallery Night reception and recognition program on June 19th from 5-9pm.
Alaina’s body of work for this exhibit at Studio Z is titled “Stuff We Like”. VF has titled his body of work for this exhibit “Martial Memories”. The event will be held in Gallery Z.
Saturday, June 21st
Downtown Sundown Concert Series, 7:00pm
Hear In Rhode Island and Roger Williams National Memorial will present several evenings of music featuring local singer-songwriters as part of the Downtown Sundown Series. Experience an “outdoor coffeehouse”. Performers on June 21st include Steve Allain, Emma Joy Galvin, Tracie Potochnik, Lisa Couto & Ray Cooke.
Attend this jazz concert fundraiser to help keep Music on the Hill going year after year!
Featured image from Guys in the Know.