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Providence Art Club Upcoming Events

Friday, September 29th, 2006

October/November/December listings


Providence Art Club, 401.331.1114
11 Thomas St., Providence, RI
Mon.-Fri. Noon-4pm, Sat.-Sun. 2-4pm

October 8-27: Maxwell Mays Gallery: Marjory Dalenius and Wanda Perkowska Coderre: In and Out of the Box.  Dodge House Gallery: Elizabeth Bonner Zimmerman and Carole Moses Harman: Near and Far, Part II.  Receptions: October 8, 2-4 pm. Gallery Night Providence, Thursday, October 19, 5-9 pm.  Galleries closed, Monday, October 9, in observance of Columbus Day.

October 29-November 16: Maxwell Mays Gallery: Lynne Meleleu and Domine Vescera Ragosta: New Works.  Dodge House Gallery: Steven Easton: Totems and Fantastic Architecture.  Receptions: Sunday, October 29, 2-4 pm. Gallery Night Providence, Thursday, November 16, 5-9 pm.  Galleries closed Saturday, November 11, in observance of Veteran’s Day.
November 19-December 23: Maxwell Mays and Dodge House Galleries:  Little Pictures 2006.  Reception:   Sunday, November 19, 12-4pm.  Galleries closed, November 23-26 in observance of Thanksgiving.

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South Country Art Association Seeks Watercolor

Friday, September 29th, 2006

Experienced Watercolor intructor needed to offer a 6 – 8 week course in our upcoming Winter/Spring education catalog. Course can be 2 to 3 hours long each week, and held during a weekday morning, afternoon or evening. Saturday time slot also available. Classes to be held at our facility in Kingston. Please send resume and course description to South County Art Association, 2587 Kingstown Rd. Kingston, RI 02881 Course descriptions due by October 25, 2006. Contact Rhonda Shumaker at scaa@riconnect.com if you have any questions regarding the course description.

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Insert Title Here Part Deux! – postponed

Friday, September 29th, 2006

Tonight’s performance of Insert Title Here Part Deux! has been postponed due to illness. The show will go on Saturday September 30, at 8pm at Beneficent Church. RISCA Blog reader discounts will be available for Saturday night.Please call 401-996-9794 with any questions,


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Native American Eastern Woodlands Exhibit and Demonstration

Friday, September 29th, 2006


Sunday, October 1, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Narragansett Nation Annual Harvest Festival of Thanksgiving,

Four Winds Building
South County Trail,

Charlestown, RI


Throughout time immemorial Native Americans have preserved their culture through oral history and the use physical demonstration.  Today, Native Americans continue these teaching practices which have stood the test of time.  In this way we are able to teach our children and our grandchildren, the histories of their ancestors as well as adding the current day occurrences.  The children of today become the teachers of tomorrow within Native American culture and so the ancient ways are preserved for the future generations.  The North Eastern Woodlands Hands-on-Exhibit and Demonstration stand, presented by Wohsum Driver and made possible in part by Rhode Island State Council on the Arts and the Narragansett Indian Historic Preservation Office, as well as individual supporters, showcases the arts and crafts of North Eastern Woodland Native Americans.  The North Eastern Woodlands Hands-on-Exhibit and Demonstration stand, allows for natives and non-natives alike to view the arts specific to the North Eastern coastal region.  By using the traditional oral history and hands on teaching methods we answer any questions regarding the traditional arts and crafts and we demonstrate how our North Eastern Native American art is made and used within our culture.  The exhibit has been presented at different powwows and social events throughout the summer and will be presented to the public again at the Narragansett Indian October Festival of Thanksgiving this Sunday, October 1st 2006 at the Narragansett Indian Longhouse located on Rt. 2 in Charlestown, RI. The festival of thanksgiving begins at 11am and goes on until dusk. For more information about the demonstration stand,
please contact the Rhode Island State Council On The Arts at (401) 222-3880 or Wohsum at
(401) 632-7619.

 Native American Eastern Woodlands arts and crafts can also be experienced at the 29th Annual Heritage Festival.HH

From noon to dusk on Saturday, September 30, 2006, the RI Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission presents the 29th Annual Heritage Festival. The Rhode Island State House lawn, at the intersection of Gaspee and Francis streets, will be the setting for this exciting and delicious event. All day long, the stage will showcase performances from around the world. Dancers from Bolivia, India, Korea, Philippines, and Cape Verde will perform folk dances in traditional costumes, and a Japanese Lion Dance will wind its way through the crowd. Musical performances include a Scottish bagpiper and Headliner Acts Cesar Lima (right), Galvao, and Calu Bana of Cape Verde.A dozen tents will feature exhibits of traditional art and clothing and delicious food from around the world. Sample Turkish baklava, Guatemalan mixtas, and British shortbread. Learn Korean Taekwondo, Japansese calligraphy, and Bolivian arts and crafts. Under the Children’s Tent, there will be face-painting and crafts.  This year’s event includes a joyous and colorful parade. Start the day at noon at Providence City Hall (25 Dorrance St., Downtown) and march to the Festival at the State House lawn.Participants in 2006 include African-American, British, Bolivian, Cape Verdean, German, Greek, Guatemalan, Heritage Harbor, Hmong, Italian, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Lebanese, Mexican, Narragansett Indian, Panamanian, Philippino, Puerto Rican, RI Black Heritage, Scottish, Turkish, and Vietnamese Subcommittees.

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Bellini -Ruggeri Gallery Opening

Friday, September 29th, 2006














LOCATED ON WAYLAND AVE, in Providence’s captivating East Side, the Bellini -Ruggeri Gallery, formerly Imagine, is a place where passersby find cause to stop and explore the eclectic artwork that resides within.  Opening on October 5th 2006, several select artists will be featured until the new year.  The permanent collection will include works from Angelo V. Rosati; a recently passed painter and sculptor, Christopher Zhang; an oil painter dedicated to realism with an unmatched use of light and dark, Nino Di Simone; a contemporary Italian master, and to round out the collection many pieces from the Rhode Island Masters as well as several other accomplished artists will be shown. 
      Oct. 5th through the end of 2006            Oil Paintings, Sculpture, and Mixed Media by

A.V. Rosati, C. Zhang, N. Di Simone, RI Masters  & several other artists       
      Phone: 401-632-4064
      Fax: 401-632-4151
      Email: angela@belliniruggeri.com
      182 Wayland Ave.
      Providence, RI 02906

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Room with Two Views: Watercolor Paintings by Lee Bergwall Hanks and Peter Hussey

Friday, September 29th, 2006

Gallery 297, 297 Hope Street, Bristol, RI 02809, 401-253-5005FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Carol FitzSimonds: Tel: 401-683-1549Room with Two Views

Exhibition: Tuesday, October 17th through Thursday, November 9th, 2006

Opening Reception: Sunday, October 22nd from 1-3 pm

Gallery 297 (formerly Green River Gallery) will host an opening reception, to which the public is invited, for ”Room with Two Views: Watercolor Paintings by Lee Bergwall Hanks and Peter Hussey” on Sunday, October 22 from 1 to 3 p.m. The gallery is located at 297 Hope St., Second Floor of the Green River Silver Company, in Bristol, Rhode Island. The exhibit - open until November 9 - will showcase Hanks and Hussey’s architectural watercolors. Their work is photo-realistic, concentrating on the abstract elements of rooflines, windows and doors, the play of light and dark and every detail of ornamentation.

Gallery hours are Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday noon to 5 p.m. For gallery information or directions, call 401-253-5005 (Green River Silver Company). To view the gallery on-line go to: www.greenriversilver.com.

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Help the Free Clinic Move!

Friday, September 29th, 2006

We’re looking for volunteers to help us move into our brand new clinic!
Pack and unpack boxes, set up furniture, and support Rhode Island Free Clinic’s mission to provide free, volunteer-staffed health care to the uninsured!

Saturday, October 14th
9:30 am to 5:00 pm*
*Shorter shifts available if you can’t volunteer all day!
Rhode Island Free Clinic
655 Broad St.
Providence, RI
Food, Fun, and Supervision Provided.
Contact Jessica Knapp to sign up.
(401) 274-6347 ext. 203   jknapp@lifespan.org
If you can’t make it on this day, there are volunteer opportunities on other days!
We’ll need help in the weeks before and after October 14th.
Contact Jessica for more information.
Please visit our website to learn more about us!
Rhode Island Free Clinic is a non-profit organization
supported entirely by charitable donations.

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The Wave Books Poetry Bus Tour in Providence

Thursday, September 28th, 2006

09/29, 8pm – Providence, RI First Unitarian Church, 1 Benevolent St.

Performers: Joshua Beckman, Matthew Zapruder, Typing Explosion, Sam White, Noelle Kocot, Caroline Knox, Mary Jo Bang, Brenda Shaughnessy, Catherine Wagner, Major Jackson, Monica Fambrough, Matthew Rohrer, Mairead Byrne, Michael Brodeur, Thomas Sayers Ellis

Stopping at 50 cities in 50 days the 2006 Poetry Bus Tour, sponsored by Seattle-based independent press Wave Books, is the biggest literary event of 2006 and the most ambitious poetry tour ever attempted.

Beginning September 4 and ending October 27, the bus tour will visit a variety of venues, including the Space Needle in Seattle, the Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD, the Museum of Natural History in LA, the Green Mill in Chicago, the DiA Arts Center in New York, and a number of bookstores, galleries, bars, prisons and schools all across the US and Canada.

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A Christmas Carol tickets ON SALE OCTOBER 1st

Thursday, September 28th, 2006

30th anniversary production at Trinity Rep November 17 – December 31
Trinity Rep is pleased to announce that tickets for A Christmas Carol presented by Cardi’s Furniture Superstores go on sale to the public beginning on Sunday October 1st. Celebrate the 30th annual production of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, adapted by Adrian Hall and Richard Cumming, directed by artistic director Curt Columbus. Performances begin on November 17 and run through December 31.  Tickets may be purchased by phone at 401-351-4242, on line at http://www.trinityrep.com, or in person at the Theater’s Box office (open everyday from 12:00-8:00 pm.)
Adult Ticket prices are $28-$60 with best prices available for pre-Thanksgiving and post-Christmas shows. Children age 2-12 tickets for pre-Thanksgiving performances are just $14. For information on group rates (over 20 tickets) contact Denise Giblin at (401) 521-1100 x223. 
Appealing to young and old alike, this timeless tale of the power of forgiveness is a welcome reminder of the magic the holidays bring. Director Curt Columbus infuses the show with all-new fantastical elements and gigantic puppets from award-winning artist Blair Thomas.  Company favorites Timothy Crowe and William Damkoehler share the role of Scrooge against a backdrop of magical special effects and memorable music. Miserly businessman Ebenezer Scrooge is confronted on Christmas Eve by the eerie apparition of his deceased business partner, Jacob Marley. The ghost bears a stern warning that he has one last chance to mend the errors of his ways. Three spirits visit him that Christmas Eve – the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future.  Through their magical travels that night, Scrooge greets Christmas morning with newfound hope and seizes the chance to redeem his ways.
Since its founding in 1964, Trinity Repertory Company has been one of the most respected regional theaters in the country. Featuring an acclaimed resident acting company, Trinity Rep presents a balance of world premiere, contemporary, and classic works, including six subscription productions, an annual production of A Christmas Carol, for an estimated annual audience of nearly 160,000. In its 42-year history, the theater has presented 54 world premieres, mounted national and international tours, and, through its graduate-level theater arts conservatory, trained hundreds of new actors and directors. This season marks the 40th Anniversary of Project Discovery, Trinity Rep’s pioneering educational outreach program Launched in 1966, the program introduces over 30,000 Rhode Island and Massachusetts students a year to live theater. Trinity Rep’s 43rd season includes Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov, translated and directed by Curt Columbus; Dublin Carol by Conor McPherson; Our Town by Thornton Wilder; A Delicate Balance by Edward Albee; The Fantasticks with music by Harvey Schmidt, book and lyrics by Tom Jones and The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl. For more information, call the box office at (401) 351-4242 or visit Trinity Rep’s website at www.trinityrep.com.

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The Providence Wholebellies, Friday, Oct. 6th!

Thursday, September 28th, 2006


The Providence Wholebellies will, once again, perform their wild folk music for your listening and dancing enjoyment!

When: Friday, October 6, 7 to 10 PM

Where: The Mediator, 50 Rounds Ave Providence. Admission $5. Children free. You can bring your own beverages/food. 461-3683

Directions: on Elmwood Ave going north from Roger Williams Park, take your first left (Roger Williams Ave); go over bridge. Next left and your first right is Rounds. #50 is a short ways on your left.

Highway: from downtown Providence take 95S; take Elmwood Ave exit (the exit after Thurbers Ave exit). Go straight across Elmwood over bridge; then take first left and first right onto Rounds.

from a Wholebellies fan: tarantism (TAR-uhn-tiz-uhm) noun  : an uncontrollable urge to dance.  [After Taranto, a town in southern Italy where this phenomenon was experienced during the 15-17th centuries. It's not clear whether tarantism was the symptom of a spider's bite or its cure, or it may have been just a pretext to dodge a prohibition against dancing. The names of the dance tarantella and the spider tarantula are both derived from the same place.]  

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FREE play reading: Go Away, Go Away by Nikolai Kolyada

Wednesday, September 27th, 2006

PROVIDENCE, RI:  Trinity Rep is proud to announce a staged reading of Go Away, Go Away by contemporary Russian playwright Nikolai Kolyada. The reading features cast members of Trinity’s current production of Cherry Orchard: Angela Brazil, Mauro Hantman, Anne Scurria and Fred Sullivan, Jr. The event will be held on Saturday October 14th at 2PM in the Dowling Theater, Trinity Repertory Company, 201 Washington Street, Providence. Admission is free, and Trinity Rep subscribers receive preferred seating. Reservations are required and can be made by calling (401) 521-1100 x411.
This free play reading enhances Trinity Rep’s current production of Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov, playing now through October 22. In Go Away, Go Away we meet a modern Russian family suffering some of the same eternal troubles as Chekhov’s characters– lack of money, love and a sense of belonging in a changing world. The Moscow Times praised playwright Nikolai Kolyada’s ability to write plays that “get inside the heads of common people and illuminate their hopes and despair.”
Nikolai Kolyada (playwright) has been hailed by critics and journalists as one of the most popular and influential contemporary playwrights in Russia.His resume boasts over 90 plays, many of which have been staged across the globe. His best known work, Murlin Murlo, was one of the longest-running shows in Moscow. He is the founder and artistic director of the Kolyada Theater, and editor-in-chief of the Ural literary journal.
Go Away, Go Away by Nikolai Kolyada
CAST:                           Angela Brazil, Mauro Hantman, Anne Scurria, Fred Sullivan, Jr.
WHEN:                          Saturday October 14th at 2PM
WHERE:                        Dowling Theater, Trinity Repertory Company, 201 Washington Street, Providence
ADMISSION:                  free- Subscribers receive preferred seating.
Space is limited, so reservations are required: (401) 521-1100 x411
WEB:                            http://www.trinityrep.com

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Eugene Ionesco’s The Bald Soprano

Tuesday, September 26th, 2006

September 28-Oct. 1: Thurs-Sun only!Thursday, Friday, Saturday evening: 8:00pm

Saturday and Sunday afternoon: 2:00pm

Encore Performances (Pending Reservations)

Saturday Sept. 30, 10:00pm

Sunday Oct. 1, 8:00pm


$15.00/Regular Price.

$12.00/Students and seniors, artists living and working in Rhode Island.

The Bald Soprano was the first play written by pioneering absurdist playwright, Eugene Ionesco. Inspired by the language of English textbooks, Ionesco’s compelling and hilarious anti-play explores the familiar yet removed facets of human speech.

Presented by:

The Theatre Expansion

Directed By:

Adam L. Sussman

With Michael LoCicero, Nicole Maynard, Guy Noyes, Tania Montenegro, Beth Alianiello and Kevin Delaney.

For information and reservations call The Theatre Expansion at (401)

440-5440 or go to www.theatreexpansion.org. Reservations can also be made by calling Firehouse no.13 at (401) 270-1801

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Mixtape for the City Tour of Providence’s West End

Tuesday, September 26th, 2006

Sometimes we ride bikes, sometimes we walk around. No matter what, we take a closer look at Providence and listen to music.Mixtape for the City takes you on an audio tour around the West End

THIS FRIDAY, 6:30pm at New Urban Arts (743 Westminster st)

*We call ourselves mixtape for the city. Don’t worry, this is easy. Just follow our instructions. Listen for the landmarks so you know you’re going in the right direction. Go left when we say turn left. Stop when we say stop. Keep your eyes open and enjoy the walk. *

Hope to see you there!

Love Mixtape

ps- if you miss the show, you can catch it on the archives after Friday-


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Tuesday, September 26th, 2006


an exhibition of interpretive maps by high school students New Urban Arts kicks off their gallery season with an art exhibition featuring interpretive maps by 10 high school students and new series of landscape paintings by local artist, Peter Hocking. The artwork is the result of a five-week summer program at the studio. “Creative Cartography” is on view in the gallery from September 29-October 13, weekdays 3-6pm. Don’t miss the gallery opening held Friday September 29 at 743 Westminster Street. This event is free and open to the public and will culminate with an audio map and walking tour of Providence by “Mix Tape for the City” at 6:30pm.

Founded in 1997, New Urban Arts is a nationally recognized interdisciplinary art studio and gallery for high school students, promoting self-directed learning toward a lifelong creative practice. Our mission is to build a vital learning community that empowers young people as artists and leaders. For any additional information, visit


contact Tyler Denmead (401) 751-4556.Creative Cartography is made possible through major funding support from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities, an independent state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Auditions for zany dinner show . . .

Tuesday, September 26th, 2006

Auditions for zany dinner show entitled Holy Holiday Hijinks, appearing in venues around the Providence area in Dec. Rehearsals will begin late Oct & be 2x per wk, specific days to be determined. Shows are paid & include meals. If you love over the top comedy, character driven stories & want to have lots of fun this holiday season, we look forward to your participation!Characters include:

Laura : The “perfect” hostess who’s barely masking her bittersweet feelings about the holidays. Well put together & traditional, she is also skeptical and puts other’s needs before her own.

Michael : Conservative, chipper, & overly accommodating. Constantly tries to compensate for his meager beginnings.

Joe: Michael’s older brother, a guy who thinks he’s a real hit w/ the ladies. He is street smart & rough around the edges, but w/ a soft side as well.

Auditions will be held in Providence on the evenings of Oct 4th & 5th by appt.

Please call 401-226-8089 or email wikiddork@cox.net.

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RISD Digital+Media Lecture Series

Tuesday, September 26th, 2006

411: 09.25 – 10.03.2006

Sponsored by MEME@Brown – Multimedia and Electronic Music Experiments


º Peter Yeadon (Tuesday) º Pixilerations [v.3] (First Works Prov) (starting Friday)

º Mike Daisey (First Works Prov) (Saturday)


09.26.06 – Tuesday 7:00 PM

103 Mason Building 169 Weybosset St.

http://dm.risd.edu/culture/lectureseries.php Lecture: Peter YeadonShort Bio and Artist Statement:The product of several cities, Peter Yeadon is committed to balancing architectural practice and academia. He is a registered architect in the United States and Canada, and has also practiced in Germany, Italy, and the UK. Yeadon maintains a research-based architecture practice in New York City that is known for its innovative works. He is an Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture at RISD. Prior to RISD, Yeadon taught at the University of Toronto Faculty of Architecture and at Cornell University’s Department of Architecture.Novel Properties: Peter Yeadon speaks about the evolving impact of digital technologies on his recent projects, from tools and products to smart environments and programmable nanoarchitectures.******************************************************************

— Liz Phillips, sound installation artist —

— Lecture —

09.28.06 – Thursday 5:00 PM

Orwig Music Building 315, 1 Young Orchard Ave.

http://www.lizphillips.net http://www.pixilerations.org “Sound/Space Structures 2006″A discussion of her work “Echo-Location,” to be featured at this year’s Pixilerations Festival.Presented by MEME | Multimedia & Electronic Music Experiments @ Brown (Part of the Music, Culture & Technoloqy Colloquium Series) New York-based artist Liz Phillips has been making interactive multi-media installations for the past 30 years, which combine audio and visual art forms with new technologies to create a fascinating interactive experience. Born in New Jersey in 1951, Phillips received a B.A from Bennington College in 1973. In 1981, she co-founded Parabola Arts Foundation, a not-for-profit organization created by five media artists from varied disciplines (music, sculpture, film, video) which provides funding for art-related projects. Phillips has made and exhibited interactive sound and multimedia installations at numerous art museums, alternative spaces, festivals, and public spaces. These include The Whitney Museum of American Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Spoleto Festival USA, the Walker Art Museum, Ars Electronica, Jacob’s Pillow, The Kitchen, and Creative Time, among others. Phillips has also collaborated with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, and her work was presented by the Cleveland Orchestra, IBM Japan, and the World Financial Center.****************************************************************** (more…)

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Temporary Outdoor Driftwood Sculpture to be Created on Block Island

Monday, September 25th, 2006

Award-winning mixed media sculptor and installation artist Russ Smith will be on Block Island during the weekend of September 30 – October 1, 2006 to begin work on an outdoor driftwood sculptural installation made possible by a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (“RISCA”). Smith plans to create a unique work using only driftwood obtained from the island’s beaches during the installation period. The temporary, site-specific work will be located on the grounds of the historic Narragansett Inn in New Harbor, a location chosen by the artist for its wide and open expanse of rolling lawn sloping down to the shores of Great Salt Pond. Smith creates unique, award-winning, mixed media three-dimensional works and installations. Inspired by the Greek and Italian artists who were part of the Arte Povera movement of the 1960′s and 70′s, Smith often uses found objects and items from everyday life in his art. Working with materials as diverse as rust, sand, barbed wire, wood, metal, water, and a variety of paints, Smith makes visceral art that is at times overtly political and in direct response to the present social climate in the United States and abroad, at other times deeply personal and enigmatic. His art in many instances drives itself during the creation process. The finished piece often surprises him. Smith’s work has been reviewed in Art New England and other publications, and he has received high praise from art critics, who have described his installations and assemblages as poignant, strong, sobering, and powerful, harrowing, timely, searing, and affecting. Smith’s art has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout southern New England.For further information, please contact:

Russ Smith

leapfromastar@yahoo.com www.freewebs.com/russsmith

(401) 241-7349  

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Annual Fall Concert Series

Monday, September 25th, 2006


Different is Good
Celebrate Fusionworks’ 20th season!! Join Fusionworks for an eclectic mix of dances that span their 20 year history here in Rhode Island. From the first dance ever purchased in 1987, to the newest dance by Artistic Director, Deb Meunier, there is something for everyone in a Fusionworks concert.
On Saturday evening Fusionworks will present their extremely popular Unwrapped concert for the unabashedly curious. Deb Meunier will give you a behind-the-scenes peek at the entire concert process. Through introductions to each of the dances she explains the choreography, costumes, music and even technical information.
If this is not enough, and you want even more of this exciting troupe, then join Fusionworks for Completely Unwrapped. Come early, watch the dancers warm-up, experience the view from the stage and attend a VIP reception with the Artistic Director and board members prior to the performance. Then sit and view a heart-pounding concert in your VIP seats that were selected by the Artistic Director herself.
As part of the celebration Fusionworks will be presenting events throughout the season that include everything from open rehearsals to the exciting performances you have come to love. Check out the website at www.fusionworksdance.org for more information.
Join this sassy, high-energy troupe known for their ability to consistently fascinate audiences with variety, talent and gutsy physicality. Depart from the everyday humdrum, and spend time with Fusionworks Dance Company.

Concert Information:
Place:                           Sapinsley Hall, Rhode Island College
Concert Dates:               November 17 and 18, 2006
Time:                            8:00 PM
Admission:                    $20.00 general
$18.00 seniors, college students with ID’s
$15.00 children, RI PBS and WGBH members
$10.00 RIC Students
$50.00 Completely Unwrapped (doors at 6:30, reception at 7:15)
Tickets:                         RIC Box Office (401) 456-8144
Monday – Friday 10:00-4:00
Fusionworks Info:          (401) 946-0607 or www.fusionworksdance.org

Fusionworks would like to extend $5.00 off to local artists for the Friday night performance.  When you call for tickets, you should ask for the “non-profit” rate.

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October 1st Concert of Renaissance and Baroque music by the a.m.p. baroque ensemble

Monday, September 25th, 2006
a.m.p baroque ensemble will present a concert of cantatas, sonatas, and preludes by Bach, Handel, Couperin, and Boismortier.
Where: at St Luke’s Church, East Greenwich, RI
When: Sunday October 1st at 4pm.
Tickets are $15.
For information and reservations please call 401-886-4116.
a.m.p baroque ensemble is a period instrument group specializing in music of the late Renaissance and Baroque. The members draw upon international performing careers and extensive scholarship to create performances of historical music of fascinating versatility and vibrant beauty.
a.m.p presents early music played with excellence and expressed with passion.


a.m.p baroque is:

Will Ayton, viola da gamba

Catherine Gordon-Seifert, harpsichord

Emily Letourneau, Baroque violin

Kathryn Roth, Baroque flute

Ellen Santaniello, soprano 
99 Pierce St, East Greenwich, RI
From Providence and north:
Take 95 south to exit #9, which is Route 4 south (left exit, 2 lanes). Take first exit for Route 401, which is Division St. At top of exit go right onto Division St. Follow Division St 1.2 miles, to a fork in the road. Take the left fork, which is still Division St. Go .8 miles and take the 6th right onto Pierce St. Follow Pierce St 4 blocks. St Luke’s is on the corner of Pierce and Church St. Turn right after church into parking lot, behind church.
From Connecticut and points south:
Take 95 north to exit 8A, Route 2 south. Make a left at the first light onto Division St (also route 401). Follow 1.5 miles, road forks, take the left fork which is still Division St. Go .8 miles and take the 6th right onto Pierce St. Follow Pierce St 4 blocks. St Luke’s is on the corner of Pierce and Church St. Turn right after church into parking lot, behind church.
From South County:
take route 1 morth, which becomes route 4. Take the first exit, 8A, into East Greenwich, to Division St/route 401. Follow directions above.
From Newport:
After bridges follow signs to Providence. From 138 get on Route 4 north. Take the first exit, 8a, East Greenwich, to Division St/route 401. Follow directions above.
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Photographer Lisa Young – upcoming events and exhibits

Monday, September 25th, 2006

Artist Talk: Rhode Island School of DesignLisa will be giving a slide lecture on her work followed by question and answer session.DATE: Thursday, November 16th

TIME: 7:30 – 8:45 pm

LOCATION: RISD Museum Program Gallery (next to the Buddha room)

The RISD Museum, 224 Benefit Street, Providence, RI 02903

401-454-6530 www.risdmuseum.org *******************************************************************************Memory of WaterOPENING: Thursday, October 26th 6:00 – 8:00 pm

EXHIBITION DATES: October 26th – December 8th 2006

Bristol Community College, Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery, 777 Elsbree Street, Fall River, MA 02720

508-678-2811 x2439



International Flipbook Festival

(traveling in 2006 and 2007, check with individual venues for exhibition dates)

Reg Vardy Gallery, School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture, University of Sunderland, Ashburne House, Ryhope Road, Sunderland, UK, SR2 7EF

(Robert.blackson@sunderland.ac.uk)Space 1026: 1026 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107(AJWspace1026@yahoo.com)Little Cakes: 625 east 6th street #1B, New York, NY 10009(

goodlies@littlecakes.org)Western Front Gallery: 303 East 8th Avenue, Vancouver BC Canada , V5T 1S1 


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