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Medea By Euripides

Tuesday, February 28th, 2006

WHAT: Medea By Euripides – Medea’s husband Jason betrays their passionate love, leaving her no choice but to plot the ultimate revenge. Translated by Robinson Jeffers, Directed by Birgitta Victorson (class of 2007)

Fully designed, student acted & directed production

WHERE: Citizens Bank Theater, Pell Chafee Performance Center, 87 Empire Street

WHEN: March 10 at 8:00pm, March 11 at 8:00pm, March 12 at 3:00pm

TICKET: 401 521-1100 ext. 106, Reservations are strongly recommended – seating is limited.

ADMISSION: All tickets may be purchased at the door, and admission is Pay What You Can (suggested admission $5)

WEB: http://www.trinitryep.com

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Magical Moments on Sitar

Tuesday, February 28th, 2006

Raagmaala invites you to an unforgettable musical evening, Magical Moments on SitarDate: Saturday – April 1, 2006 / Time: 7 pm

Venue: Blackstone River Theatre

549 Broad Street, Cumberland, RI 02864

Irshad Khan – Sitar

Shri Nitin Mitta – Tabla

Ustad Irshad Khan, a 10th generation sitarist, is a direct descendent in the lineage of the musical heritage that dates back to 400 hundred years to the court of the Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan.

For tickets and directions: http://www.riverfolk.org 401-725-9272or contact Arun: 508-676-5706/ http://raagmaala@gmail.com Buy Tickets at Kabob and Curry Indian Restaurant on Thayer Street, RI or the venueTickets: General admission $17 Students with ID $10

Partial funding by the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts

Cosponsor: Kabob-n-Curry Restaurant of RI

http://www.lokvani.com/lokvani/cal.php?stage=1&event_id=3653 http://www.sulekha.com/eventdisplay.asp?cid=187913&nma=BOS.

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Island Moving Company Auditions

Monday, February 27th, 2006

Island Moving Co. is auditioning dancers for salaried positions with the Company. Seeking men and women with classical training; audition is company class, women bring pointe shoes. IMC offers a 28 week salary, with performance, teaching and touring responsibilities. To make an appointment to come to Newport in March or April of 2006 to audition, call 401 847-4470 or contact http://www.info@islandmovingco.org.

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Arts Action Alert – Urge Congress to Support Charitable Giving

Friday, February 24th, 2006

Americans for the Arts logoOur friends at Americans for the Arts sent this out, and are urging that all interested parties contact Congress on this issue (use the “take action” link in the next paragraph).

Congress is now finalizing a bill that would have a major impact on the arts.  Next week, House and Senate negotiators will start working out a final version of tax legislation that is theoretically designed to promote charitable giving, including giving to the arts.  While the bill is large and complicated, the Senate version includes two provisions of particular importance: one that is very positive, and one that could have a negative effect on the arts and indeed on charities in general. Therefore, it is important for arts advocates to take action now to ensure that Congress includes the first provision and drops the second one.

The first provision would encourage artists to donate their works of art to nonprofit arts, cultural, and educational institutions by allowing them to claim a tax deduction for the true value of the works. The provision would both build collections for public use and give equal tax treatment to artists and non-artists. Currently, artists can write off only the cost of materials, such as paint and canvas, not the actual value of the work, while collectors can deduct the full fair-market value. The provision is important because most museums, libraries, and archives have limited acquisition funds; the primary way to acquire new works is through donations. This type of new tax incentive could make it more financially feasible for artists to donate their works for public enjoyment rather than selling them into private hands.

The second provision, while intended to expand charitable giving, was in fact hastily drafted and could have a negative impact on many taxpayers and indeed on charities themselves. As a recent Wall Street Journal article stated, “A Senate measure designed to expand charitable giving could result in a tax increase for some 37 million taxpayers.”  Here’s how it works:  taxpayers would be allowed to write off gifts only above an annual threshold of $210 ($420 for couples who file jointly). In the short term, anybody who gives to charity and also claims itemized deductions will see their taxes go up, because the first $210 of their charitable contributions were not tax deductible. In the long term, Congress is likely to raise the threshold higher, thereby creating a disincentive for people to give to charities in the future. Charities and the communities they serve will suffer. 

 Please help us fight this dangerous first step down a long and slippery slope. (We encourage you to read Americans for the Arts’ position paper on this issue.)

Again, a House-Senate conference committee is set to craft a final bill starting next week, so now is the time to send a message to both of your Senators and your House Member. We have provided a sample letter to Congress that you can customize to reflect your own concerns.

Thank you for your continued support of the arts.

from Randall Rosenbaum, Executive Director, RISCA

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Upcoming Events at the Providence Art Club

Friday, February 24th, 2006

February 26- March 17, 2006

Receptions: Sunday, February 26, 2-4pm

Maxwell Mays Gallery: Faces and Places: Ben Barros, Dorothy Fox and Wilma Rosen

Dodge House Gallery: Helen Lee: Anechoic 2006 Recipient of the E.P.Anderson Scholarship Award

Moite Gallery: Suzanne Dunkl: Photographs

Gallery Night Providence: Thursday, March 16, 5-9pm

March 19- 31, 2006

Receptions: Sunday, March 19, 2-4pm

Maxwell Mays Gallery: 8th Annual Fidelity Investments Ceramics and Jewelry Exhibition

Juried by Christina Bertoni, Diana Gaston and Martina Windels

Dodge House Gallery: Morris Nathanson: Japonica


Monday-Friday 12-4pm

Saturday & Sunday 2-4pm

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Peeptoad Coffeehouse Presents:LISSA SCHNECKENBURGER

Friday, February 24th, 2006

Peeptoad LISSA SCHNECKENBURGER with opening Act: COOKE & VAN GIESON DATE: FRIDAY, March 10, 2006

TIME: 8:00 PM

VENUE ADDRESS: North Foster Baptist Church, 81 East Killingly Road, Foster, RI

INFO: (401) 647-3105 or Peeptoadconcerts@juno.com

VENUE WEBSITE: www.fosteringArts.org

ARTIST WEBSITES: www.lissafiddle.com

TICKET PRICES: $10/person; $5/children under 12Tickets are available on-line at www.fosteringArts.org   New England fiddler and folk singer Lissa Schneckenburger grew up in Maine as an active member of the folk music and dance community, where she cut her teeth as a musician at a very young age. Lissa has played all over the world as a fiddler and vocalist, including appearances in Russia, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Canada. She has been featured in countless radio broadcasts including WGBH’s “A Christmas Celtic Sojourn”, “Bound For Glory” broadcast from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, KPIG radio in Watsonville CA, WBZ Boston, and annual features on Maine Public Radio’s “Live at 11″. Her television appearances include the PBS specials “A Taste of Chanukah” and “A Taste of Passover” filmed in New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall.

Visit www.lissafiddle.com

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Friday, February 24th, 2006

CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR 2006 PAWTUCKET ARTS FESTIVALThe Pawtucket Arts Festival (PAF) Executive Committee seeks proposals from artists, dancers and musicians. The City’s 2006 Arts Festival will be held from September 8-17, 2006, at various locations such as the Visitor Center, the State Pier and at Slater Memorial Park. The deadline to receive the submitted proposal is February 28, 2006.

PAF’s Program Committee is seeking proposals for all artistic media, including poetry, spoken-word, sculpture, dance, music (classical, rock, folk, blues, salsa, reggae, jazz, etc.), theatre, and film. Proposals for education workshops (glass, wood, ceramics, stone, polymer, fiber, painting and photography) will be also considered.

Proposals will be reviewed and juried by the PAF Program Committee comprised of local artists. The proposals will be discussed and reviewed for scope of work and funding requested. Specifics must include: cost, scope of work, time-frame, installation requirements, stage requirements, sound and lighting requested and finally, equipment needed. Please include with proposal any supporting materials such as CD’s, VHS tapes, newspaper clippings, photographs or other marketing information.

For more information call Diane Agostini, Pawtucket Arts Festival Coordinator at

401-724-5200. Please visit our website www.pawtucketartsfestival.org for last year’s events.Send proposals by February 28, 2006, to the Pawtucket Arts Festival, c/o Pat Zacks, Program Chair, 175 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860.

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“Desire Under The Elms” at 2nd Story Theatre

Friday, February 24th, 2006

 ”Discussion Sunday”* for O’Neill’s “Desire Under The Elms” at 2nd Story Theatre (Warren,RI)2nd Story Theatre will host “Discussion Sunday” on Sunday, March 12 for its production of O’Neill’s “Desire Under the Elms”. Lively conversations with the audience are led by Ed Shea, 2nd Story Theatre’s Artistic Director, and Dr. Eileen Warburton, Project Humanities Scholar.The pre-show discussion begins at 2pm with the post-show discussion beginning at 4:30pm. Each discussion is approximately one half-hour in length. The discussions are free and open to the public.

2nd Story Theatre presents “Desire Under the Elms” by Eugene O’Neill

O’Neill’s towering American classic of revenge and forgiveness.

Mar. 2- Mar. 26 | Thu.- Sat. @ 8pm | Sun. @ 3pm

Discussion Sunday : Sunday March 12

Tickets: $20 for the performance

Reservations: 401-247-4200

2nd Story Theatre, 28 Market St., Warren, RI


*sponsored by RI Council for the Humanities



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18th Annual RISD Creature-Creation Show

Friday, February 24th, 2006

Big Nazo

The 18th Annual RISD Creature-Creation show will take place at the RISD Auditorium on South Main Street, Providence, RI this Saturday, Feb 26 at 8:00 PM.

The Creature-Creation show is the world premiere of 15 original and extraordinary foam-rubber creature-characters constructed in the Creature-Creation Wintersession course this past Jan and Feb, 2005. The course is a fusion of visual and performance art techniques that result in sculpture-costumes that are “brought to life” through improvisation and ensemble movement exercises.

The Creature-Show combines the movement, sounds and smells of each unique Creature Character with live keyboards, woodwinds, bass and percussion from members of the BIG NAZO band.

Dr. Tremondanus, Intergalactic creature-expert and mad scientist, returns as host and narrator of the evening’s surreal agenda.

For more information, contact Creature-Creation Instructor Erminio Pinque at BIG NAZO LAB 401-831-9652 or email bignazo@ids.net. To view last year’s creatures, visit http://www.bignazo.com and click on CREATURE CREATIONS.

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Art League of Rhode Island at Hera

Thursday, February 23rd, 2006


March 26th, 2006, 2:00pm -3:00pm*: The Art League of Rhode Island in collaboration with Hera Gallery hosts Michele Leavitt in a gallery talk and slide presentation: “First, Do No Harm; The Art of Recycling”. Michele’s background in art spans generations of folk artists and quilt makers. Her father’s work included the more formal discipline of graphic design and typesetting. Michele and her family moved from the Midwest to New York where Michele became influenced by the art of Jasper Johns, Marisol and Louise Nevelson.Michele was educated at Cormell Universtiy and Rochester Institute of Technology. Together with a rich heritage in art and a fantastic sense of working with a variety of materials, she has created her unique art. We are invited to understand the playful and complicated spirit of her creative process in what will surely be a fun and lively presentation. March 26th, 3:00pm – 3:30pm*: The Art League of Rhode Island in collaboration with Hera Gallery hosts sculptors Margot Rubin and Belinda Gabryl for an informal talk about their art. They will address questions from the audience.*Admission is free and open to the public




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Everett Dance Theatre Presents Home Movies

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006

March 3-4 & 10-11 @ 8pmHome Movies is a multi-faceted, deeply layered piece that explores the American family as it exists today. Company members delved deeply into their own families, their own stories and identified intimate, diverse experiences with universal threads. Drawing in its multicultural make-up, the company explores loss, perseverance, and the life events that define us. If you missed out on our last sold-out run, here¹s your chance to catch the performance the Minneapolis Star Tribune called, ³…a gorgeous and affecting show that you want to catch and hold for a long time.²

Tickets: $25

To make a reservation or for more information,

please call (401) 831-9479


The Carriage House, 7 Duncan Ave., Providence, RI 02906

What the Press is Saying:

“An astonishingly seamless blend of words, video, set elements and dance.” – New York Times Year in Review

“In all of Everett’s work, there’s a pleasing tension between the homemade and the adroitly professional. The performing is unforced and low key- as true as the old photos and blurry home movies, and framed with care..” – Village Voice:

 ”Anyone (and everyone) should see Home Movies. And see it again. Because you can’t get all that¹s in the sprawling (but incredible tight) multi-generational, multi-cultural, multi-media piece the first time around.” – Providence Phoenix:

“It is hard to say exactly what Home Movies is. It’s dance, it’s theater, it’s storytelling, it¹s movies, mostly it’s very good.” - Providence Journal

“Home Movies skillfully blends text, movement, film and a wide range of music to reveal hilarious and painful common denominators of family living” – The Boston Globe

“The 70-minute collaborative work, …. commingles movement, music, words, snapshots, actual home movies, and video on unfurling translucent screens to reveal the stories of four families whose lives could not be more different but whose emotional journeys touch places in us all” – The Boston Herald


Sponsored by:  National Endowment for the Arts, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, Amica Insurance, Sovereign Bank, NBC Channel 10, Otto H. York Foundation

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Wood Works Exhibition in Pawtucket

Tuesday, February 21st, 2006

Corwin Pawtucket Arts Collaborative presents: “Wood Works” -  a collective exhibit by Pawtucket wood artisans – Adam Agnello, Douglas Benoit, Corwin Butterworth and Otto D’Ambrosio March 5 – April 21, 2006, Pawtucket Arts Collaborative Gallery, 175 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860Opening Reception: Thursday, March 9 – 5:30-7:30pm

Pawtucket: Four members of the Pawtucket Arts Collaborative are featured in the Pawtucket-based arts group’ upcoming exhibit titled “Wood Works” – a collective exhibit by Pawtucket wood artisans Adam Agnello, Douglas Benoit, Corwin Butterworth and Otto D’Ambrosio from March 5 through April 21, 2006. Artwork in this exhibit features many exquisite designs using a variety of wood, which includes musical instruments, furniture and other 3 dimensional pieces of artwork. Artwork featured in this exhibit is available for purchase. The public is invited to meet the artists on Thursday, March 9 from 5:30-7:30pm.

The Pawtucket Arts Collaborative Gallery, located at 175 Main Street, Pawtucket, is located in the City of Pawtucket’s “Arts & Entertainment District” and is a state-certified Art Gallery, where one-of-a-kind items are exempt from sales tax on any artwork sold. The gallery is open 7-days a week, from 9:00am-5:00pm. The staff of the Blackstone Valley Visitor Center will be happy to assist you with all sales and purchases during this exhibit. Founded in October, 2000, the Pawtucket Arts Collaborative is a non-profit organization dedicated to ‘supporting, promoting and developing the arts for the community and its artists. We do this by creating awareness, education and involvement through its members’.

Pat Zacks, Pawtucket Arts Collaborative, 260 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860

(401) 273-5367  psz333@aol.com

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Studio Space for Designers

Tuesday, February 21st, 2006

Grant Bld J Hogue and partner invite you to become a part of their new venture in the former WT Grant department store in Pawtucket (http://thegrant.highchairdesign.com ) The concept is simple: Separate office spaces for design professionals, with shared common areas and amenities. Small studios of 180 square feet to 720 square feet, all for $1 per square foot per month ($12.00 a year).  Take a look and give some feedback. We’re looking for interested tenants with move-in as early as June 1… architects, web developers, software engineers, designers, illustrators, silk screen printers, photographers, etc. We want to create a community in this 15,000 square foot space, complete with a cafe and a tavern (i.e. – this email is also an invitation to people who might want to open a tavern or cafe). Highchair designhaus

Design for Print, Web, Identity, Type

545 Pawtucket Avenue #209

Pawtucket, RI 02860  401.312.0415

http://www.highchairdesign.com www.artinruins.com – Mill advocacy in Providence

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A Little Lower Than the Angels

Monday, February 20th, 2006

NewGate Theatre, in association with Playwrights Place Productions and Salve Regina University brings its critically acclaimed production of ‘A Little Lower Than the Angels’ to Salve Regina University’s Bazarsky Hall in O’Hare Academic Center, Wednesday, February 22nd. Performances are free to the public and will be held at 2 and 7pm. The cast and crew will be available for Question and Answer sessions after both Salve performances.A Little Lower Than the Angels will be presented February 24th-26th at Tiverton 4 Corners Arts Center 3852 Main Road, Tiverton, Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 3pm. Tickets are $15.  Call 454-0454 for reservations for the Tiverton performance.

Dave Christner is a nationally produced playwright, NewGate audiences will remember him from his full-length play ‘Family Values’ (3×3 festival 1996) and his short play ‘Magnificent Obsession’ (Sacred & Profane, Short Play Festival 2004).

This drama, is about the infamous ‘rum for slaves’ trade triangle in Rhode Island. The characters and events occurring in this play are fictional; however, the major role that Rhode Island played in the American Slave Trade between 1725 and 1807 is a historical fact. During the period, many prominent Rhode Island businessmen and families were involved in the trade triangle, in which Newport distilled rum was traded for African slaves, who were then sold to purchase the finance of sugar and molasses from the West Indies. Throughout the late 1700s and the early 1800s this practice was an integral part of Rhode Island’s economy.

‘A Little Lower than the Angels’ combines historical fact and compelling original drama to tell the story of a variety of characters of both African and European descent who are caught up in this triangle.

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MadCat Turns Ten – Call for Submissions

Monday, February 20th, 2006

MadCat Women¹s International Film Festival turns TEN in 2006! Be part of history and submit your film today.

MadCat seeks provocative and visionary films and videos directed or co-directed by women. Films can be of any length or genre and produced ANY year. MadCat is committed to showcasing work that challenges the use of sound and image and explores notions of visual story telling. All subjects/topics will be considered. Submission Fee: $10-30 sliding scale. Pay what you can afford. For more details and an entry form go to www.madcatfilmfestival.org or call 415 436-9523. Preview Formats: VHS or DVD. Exhibition Formats: 35mm, 16mm, Super8, Beta SP, Mini DV, VHS. All entries must include a self addressed stamped envelope for return of materials.Early Deadline: March 24, 2006. Final Deadline: May 15, 2006.

MadCat Women’s International Film Festival

639 Steiner Street

San Francisco, CA 94117 USA

Phone: 415 436-9523

Fax: 415 934-0642


http://www.madcatfilmfestival.org (more…)

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Museum Concerts Presents

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Museum Concerts has scheduled two more concerts for this season!

Schola Cantorum of Boston, L Frederick Jodry, director, on February 26, Music from Spanish Cathedrals.

Peter Sykes, harpsichord, April 2, Bach Known and Unknown.

Both concerts will be held at 3:30 p.m., at St. Martin’s Church, Orchard Avenue, Providence.

Tickets at ArtTixRI.com, 401-621-6123, or at the door.

General Admission $20, Senior $15, Student $8.



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Program Director position at Attleboro Art Museum

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Program Director 
“ArtsReach” Out-of-School program at the Attleboro Arts Museum

The Attleboro Arts Museum & the Boston Institute for Arts Therapy seeks an energetic and dynamic individual to develop and lead our after school program for youth in Attleboro and surrounding towns.

Position Summary: The person in this position as Program Director will act as administrator for the ArtsReach after-school outreach program and for the Museum School arts education program. S/he will have the ability to market the programs and recruit students and teachers. The Program Director will be flexible with her time and coordinate with other activities at the Museum. S/he will ensure that the program meets performance guidelines and will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team. (more…)

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Island Arts Calls to Artists

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Island Island Arts Gallery announces two exhibition opportunities!

8th Annual Unjuried Show

March 23 – April 7, 2006

All work submitted is accepted for exhibition! Prizes: Kathleen Hancock, Director of the Grimshaw-Gudewicz Gallery, Bristol Community College, will select the “Best In Show” award. Winning artist receives an all-expenses-paid solo exhibition at Island Arts Gallery. Entry Fee: $20 for three pieces; all mediums; work should be ready to hang.  Drop Off : March 17, 18, 19, 12-4 PM; Island Arts Gallery, 3 Pelham Street, 2nd Floor, Newport, Rhode Island. Reception: Thursday, March 23, 6-8PM. Pick-up: April 8, 9, 12-4PM. Work left after this time becomes the property of Island Arts. Sales Commission: 25% of sale benefits Island Arts, a non-profit community art organization.

Through The Lens

A National Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Photography August 3-25, 2006 Juror: Steve Smith, Photographer and Assistant Professor of Photography, Rhode Island School of Design. Awards: $800 in cash prizes to be awarded at the discretion of the juror. Eligibility: Photographers nationwide utilizing any photographic process in the creation of their work. Application Deadline: May 1 , 2006 Entry Fee: $20 Download application/prospectus at: http://islandartscenter.org/  or email islandarts@gmail.com.Island Arts, founded in 1991, is a non-profit organization offering art classes and creative opportunities for youth and adults.Scholarships are available for students in need. Classes are held at 152 Broadway, Newport and art exhibitions are held at The Island Arts Gallery at 3 Pelham Street, Newport. Island Arts is supported by the generosity of The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, private foundations, individuals,and corporate sponsors. The Center is accessible to persons with disabilities and free parking is available.

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Ready to Emerge at Gallery Z

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Z Please join us next Thursday, February 23, from 5-9 PM, as Gallery Z will behosting an opening reception of the exhibition Ready to Emerge: RISD Senior Sculptors. The exhibit will be displayed through Saturday February 25, 2006.

On display will be selected pieces from the thesis portfolios of the sixteen students in their last months of the rigorous academic experience of Rhode Island School of Design. Three emerging artists in this exhibition include: Noel Anderson of Binghamton, New York, Nathan Sowiski of Buffalo, New York, and Samantha Gerlach of Cresskill, New Jersey.

Noel Anderson uses a variety of techniques to make her three-dimensional works: knitting, felting, and machine knitting, in addition to her drawings. She weaves together animal creatures and the sexuality to create a shocking experience. Her most recent work contains colorful felted beings with exaggerated sex organs.

Nathan Sowiski is a steel sculptor who uses the tools of the RISD Sculpture Foundry to the extreme. The series he is working on now is entitled, “Icons”: wall-mounted pieces that are shiny characters of a larger language. The language uses architectural elements to mimic Sci-Fi futuristic worlds through simple imagery.

Samantha Gerlach is obsessed with our society’s wastefullness. She uses only materials that she finds in dumpsters and garbage cans on Sunday nights in Providence. She states,”Most people equate garbage with “bad.” I don’t! I equate using garbage with giving it a second chance where someone else gave up on it, with playing Dr. Frankenstein.”  Lately, she has been focused on creating pop culture figures out of such fabric. With one inch squares of fabric, she can “paint” large two-dimensional works in an Impressionistic cartoonish, brightly colored style.

Other Students included in this exhibition include: Katherine Brooks, Eleanor Sabin, Jess Ryan, Tara Kopp, Kirstie Dabbs, Sean Springer, Bethany Schwarz, Sara Berg, Alex Dunbar, Kate Ferencz, Jeff Wu, Anna Loveday-Brown, and Lindsay Garcia.


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Easter Woodland Pottery Classes at Tomaquag

Monday, February 20th, 2006

Tomaquag Hosts
Eastern Woodland Pottery

Saturdays 10am to 12 noon
March 4 to April 8, 2006

Previous pottery classes have focused on the hand-building method of coiling practiced for centuries by Native Americans. This new advance course will focus on several design techniques practiced in the past and currently used by Native artists across the country. Students will be expected to be comfortable with coiling pottery.
The design techniques to be taught will be appliqué, carving, stone polishing, and scraffito. Glazing, for those interested will also be introduced in this 6 week advanced class.

Classes will be held on Saturdays from 10am -12 noon in a six week session.

Cost: $65 per session- materials included.
Space is limited. Please register Early
Registration deadline for spring session is March 3rd.

Eastern Woodland Pottery
Registration Form

Name: _____________________________
Session: ____________________________
Amount paid: ________________________

Send registration form and payment to:

Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum (TIMM)
390 Summit Road, Exeter, RI 02822


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