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Rhode Island Independent Performers Network

Friday, November 30th, 2007

Rhode Island Independent Performers Network (RI2PN), through Dance Alliance of Rhode Island, is a grassroots organization of local and regional performing artists who are dedicated to creating new and innovative works for local audiences and developing long range strategies for sustaining life in the arts in Rhode Island. RI2PN currently serves artists in the disciplines of dance, theatre, music, text, performance art and film/video. RI2PN is committed to producing multiple local concerts annually involving traditional, contemporary and experimental forms of performance and has produced over 30 different performing artists in the past 3 years crossing multiple generations, over 14 different disciplines, highlighting independent artists that have performed nationally and internationally. Through the juxtaposition of various artists, this organization provides a unique experience and atmosphere to both the artists and the audiences who participate in these performances. Currently, RI2PN strives to hold a minimum of three presentations of independent performing artists annually: two concert-style productions in professional RI theatres, and Frazier Festival, a free outdoor event at RISD. Performers are offered a modest stipend when presented in a concert setting. Our upcoming presentation, Cheek 2 Cheek: Unexpected Duets, will run Valentines weekend, February 14-17, 2007 at Perishable Theatre, downtown Providence. Won’t you join us in presenting a performance for two? We are looking forward to receiving your completed application (attached) by December 15! Please pass this on to other artists whom you think may find interest. Questions? Email the producers, Tovah Bodner and Nikki Carrara at rippedtix@gmail.com thanks!Nikki CarraraCo-Producer, Cheek 2 CheekRI Independent Performers Network401-996-7801rippedtix@gmail.com

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Nikommo Celebration

Friday, November 30th, 2007

Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum
390 Summit Rd., Exeter, RI 02822
401-539-7213 401-491-9063
 Come join us for the
Nikommo Celebration &
 Holiday Market
Saturday, December 1, 2007
from 1-4pm
 Come participate in our Give-away ceremony by bringing a wrapped and labeled gift for someone in need. Donations are given to local agencies.
 Enjoy storytelling, social dances, Native games, and the joy of giving.
 Buy unique holiday gifts, stocking stuffers, delicious foods, and decorations at our Holiday Market. Native Arts Vendors, Welcome.

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Cadeaux du Monde Weekly Sales

Friday, November 30th, 2007

> Cadeaux du Monde’s Annual Weekly SALES during December…

> November 30th to December 6th

> 10% – Baskets, Necklaces & Vests

> 15% – Belts, Hats & Tablerunners

> 20% – Children’s Clothing & Pillows

> December 7th to the 13th

> 10% – Dolls, Purses & Tablecloths

> 15% – Games, Handmade Paper & Rings

> 20% – Ladies Dresses & Ties

> December 14th to the 31st

> 10% – Scarves, Rugs & Musical Instruments

> 15% – Earrings, Placemats & Picture Frames

> 20% – Sweaters & Fabric

> Shop daily 10 ‘til 6 & by appointment

> 26 Mary Street

> Newport, RI

> 401-848-0550

> email: info@cadeauxdumonde.com > For online shopping:

> http://www.cadeauxdumonde.com > www.stores.ebay.com/cadeauxdumonde

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Friday, November 30th, 2007



These offers are available by phone through Friday, November 30 only, so act fast. Call 401-723-4266 today. 


Single Ticket Buyers: Purchase one ticket at full price and get a second for $10, good for select performances only.* 


Subscribers: Purchase $15 bonus tickets (that’s up to 50% off!), good for select performances only.* (Regular subscriber 

discounts apply for the remainder of the run.) 

*Offer good for these shows: 

Tues., Dec. 4 at 7 

Wed., Dec. 5 at 7 

Thurs., Dec. 6 at 8 

Sat., Dec. 8 at 2 

Sun., Dec. 9 at 7 

Limit 4 discounted tickets per customer, subject to availability. 


Phone orders and box office sales only. Call 401-723-4266 TODAY and mention “First Week Special”. 


Have your holiday party here at The Gamm. Great discounts for groups of 10 or more. Call Elizabeth Bochichio at 401-723-4266 ext. 12 or email groups@gammtheater.org for details. 


No Crowds. No Traffic Jams. The Perfect Gift is Just a Phone Call Away! 


Gamm gift certificates come in several denominations and are redeemable for tickets, season subscriptions or Gamm Studio classes. 


May we recommend… 

$165 for a pair of 3-play subscriptions: That’s two premium reserved seats for The Pillowman, Boston Marriage and The Taming of the Shrew (price includes handling fee.) 


$85 for a single 3-play subscription: That’s one premium reserved seat for each of those plays (price includes 

handling fee.) 


$68 covers the cost of a pair of tickets to any Gamm play, any day, any time. 


Gift certificates are also available in these amounts: 

$100, $75, $50 and $25. 


From comedies to dramas to classic and contemporary plays, The Gamm has something for everyone on your list! Call 401-723-4266 today. 


The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre |

172 Exchange St.

| Pawtucket | RI | 02860 

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Memory House at Trinity Rep

Friday, November 30th, 2007

http://www.arts.ri.gov/images/THUMB_Katia_Maggie_floor.jpgMemory House by Kathleen Tolandirected by Curt Columbus

Dowling Theater, TRINITY REP

November 30 – January 6, 2008


The essay question, “What’s in your memory house?” sparks the play. This innocuous question for a college entrance essay prompts a free-spirited 18-year-old to question everything – especially her adoption from Russia.

Unfolding in real time, as one woman struggles to bake a pie while another races to meet a looming deadline, The New York Times calls Tolan’s play “A captivating emotional ballet that is also a moving demonstration of the strenuous work that goes into good mothering.” Tickets are on sale now at the Trinity Rep box office, 201 Washington Street; by phone at (401) 351-4242; and online at www.trinityrep.com. PRODUCTION PHOTOS http://www.trinityrep.com/DownloadDocs/Katia_Maggie_floor.jpg Susannah Flood as Katia and Anne Scurria as Maggie in Memory House by Kathleen Tolan, directed by Curt Columbus. November 30 – January 6, 2008. Set & Lighting Design: Eugene Lee; Costume Design: Marilyn Salvatore; Sound Design: Peter Sasha Hurowitz. Photo Credit: Mark Turek

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Hera Gallery Artisan Craft Sale

Friday, November 30th, 2007


Hera Gallery Presents Artisan Craft SaleSaturday December 15th, 2007

10:00am – 4:00pm


Hera Gallery is please to announce the upcoming Artisan Craft Sale featuring the work of local artists. Reviving an old tradition, Hera Gallery will again be hosting this artisan sale to support the creativity of local artists, as well as to introduce the community to original, one-of-a-kind-works.

Participating in this event will be John Baylor, who creates domestically centered ceramic pieces, which emphasizes functionality. Baylor’s minimalist forms pair muted earth tones with simple decorative surfaces and textures. Ruth Ann Howden works primarily in paper, creating sculptures that are functional books. Howden’s work unfolds, and unlocks in the users hand; revealing the hours that goes into each treasure.

Also participating is Devienna Anggraini, a recent graduate from RISD’s MFA Jewelry and Metalsmithing department. Anggraini creates sterling silver jewelry that incorporates playful colors and compositional elements together. This jewelry interacts with the body in an unexpected manner, and is simple in form.  Besides these artists, for sale will be ceramic works, beaded and sterling silver jewelry, handmade journals, screen-printed textiles, handmade bags, and more. Please mark your calendar, and join Hera Gallery in supporting our local craft community.

These programs are presented with partial support from The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, Hera Educational Foundation, and The Friends of Hera. Hera Gallery is free and open to the public and is accessible to persons with disabilities. Parking is available.

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FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE! November 30 @ 7pm

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

SPONSORED BY ADVANCED DENTAL CARE!Visit them online at http://www.advanceddentalcare.com! Hilarious Improv Comedy featuring live music from Bertrand Laurence!All Ages Show! Families always welcome!!!

Get beside yourself with FNL’s interactive scenes and on-the-spot musicals, featuring improvised song, dance, and skits! Performances are intended for audiences of all ages, personality types, and food groups. Friday Night Live unites a diverse cast of veteran Everett artists, young up-and-coming performers, and live guitarist/composer Bertrand Laurence, in the production of fun, funny, creative, and meaningful performances!

$5 at the door

At The Carriage House (7 Duncan Ave. Providence, RI)

For more info call (401) 831-9479 or visit www.everettdancetheatre.org Would you like to sponsor a Friday Night Live show? Please click here:


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The Vendata Society of Providence presents a FREE Carnatic Music Concert, Dec. 9th.

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

The Vedanta Society of Providence cordially

invites you to a Carnatic Music Concert Sunday – December 9, 2007 – 6 PM

227 Angell Street, Providence, RI 02906

www.vedantaprov.org / Phone: (401) 421-3960

Durga Krishnana –Veena Exponent

Gauri Shankar- Mrudangam

Veena is the oldest of all the Indian musical string instruments.

The origin of Veena can be traced to the Vedic period.

This instrument allows all the delicate quartertones and the subtle nuances

to be played with accuracy. Durga Krishnan is New England’s much sought after Veena artist and a beloved Teacher Whether giving lessons on the Veena to her students

or enthralling the audience with her performance at

community events, her passion for

the instrument or her love for music is unquestionable.

Durga Krishnan earned her Sangeet Vidwan (Scholar of Music)

degree from the Carnatic Music College in Chennai.

Subsequently, she learned Veena from the legendary Veena Maestro

Dr. Chitti Babu. Durga has been teaching Veena in the Boston area since


She works closely with the local area Bharat Natyam dance teachers,

composing and performing music for dance.

She has also been performing fusion concerts with Marc Rosie who is a

professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Durga Krishnan, a faculty member at the

Waltham, Mass.- based LearnQuest Academy of Music, is one of the 12 member

strong organizing committee that has organized three day music conferences

in Boston for the past two years.

Admission Free – Donations welcome




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Seeing White Juried Exhibit

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Call for Artwork: “Seeing White Juried Exhibit”Exhibit dates: January 8 – February 15, 2008

Opening Reception and Awards Presentation: Sunday, January 15th 1-3 pm

(Bristol, RI) Work eligible: any original oil, watercolor, pastel, acrylic, printmaking, photography, or mixed media created in the last 3 years. All art must be for sale. Only hand-delivered work. All artwork must be properly framed, wired and ready to hang. No clip on frames or sawtooth hangers accepted. Maximum Size including frame: 48″ max in either direction. You must adhere to size requirements. Show Fee: $10 per entry, limit of 2 entries per artist. Gallery commission is 30 %.

Juror: Shawn Kenney (BFA, RISD) has worked for almost 2 decades as an illustrator, designer and art director. He co-founded Will Paint for Food (www.willpaint.com) a project that supports hunger relief through the sale of his food-themed paintings.

Drop Off Dates: Friday, Jan. 4th 3-6 pm and Saturday, January 5th from 10 am – noon. If you need to drop-off early contact Carol at 401-683-1549 to see if special arrangements can be worked out. Jury begins promptly at 12:15 pm on Saturday, January 5th. (Any questions or in the event of bad weather – check with gallery 401-253-5005 or Carol 401-683-1549 to see if any changes to schedule.)

End of Show Pick Up: Friday, February 15th 3-5:30 pm or Saturday, February 16th from 10 am – noon (same hours as drop-off for next juried exhibit: “Seeing Red”- February 20 – March 28, 2008).

Gallery hours are Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday noon to 5 p.m. Gallery 297 (Upper level Green River Silver Co.), 297 Hope St., Bristol, RI 02809, 401-253-5005, www.gallery297.com.

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Magnolia’s Dance parties: December 1st and New Year’s Eve!

Thursday, November 29th, 2007
Put your dancing shoes on!
It’s time for the December Magnolia Dance!!!
Come on over and burn a few calories before the holidays catch up with you!
This Saturday, December 1st at the American Legion Hall in
Seekonk, MA.
7:30 Dance Instruction
Directions from Providence:
I 195 E to exit 1 in MA (route 114a) Turn left onto 114A for about 1.3 miles.
Just before the Gristmill Restaurant,
Bear left and the hall will be on the left 1/4 mile down.
From Fall River;  Same as above EXECPT turn right onto Route 114A

Instead, COME ON OUT TO:
The Fourth Annual Magnolia New Year’s Eve Party!!
  American Legion Post 311 Seekonk MA 
      (same place as our regular dances)
 We’ll start with dancing at 9PM  with an intermission of
         delectable desserts make by Magnolia.
 There will be Zydeco CDs playing during the break 
so you can keep on dancing!
 There’ll be a New Year’s toast and the return of the  
       wonderful ‘Waltz in the New Year’ Mixer.  
Music till 12:30 AM   
Tickets available at the door!!!
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Wild Porcelain and Jingle Bells at Perishable Theatre

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Greetings from the Lab at Perishable, RI’s Research & Developmentb Theatre.We have BIG things planned this month, starting out with the opening of supported artists Workhorse Theatre performing November 29-December 9 in our space on Empire Street. You’ll want to check them out!

And don’t forget- Friday December 14 is the day to Jingle your bells with us at Jingle Belles and a Few Balls 3

More info below

www.perishable.org/ecard/nov28news.htm THIS WEEK AT PERISHABLE THEATRE 

Save the Date-Friday December 14

Jingle Belles and a Few Balls 3 Burlesque shows at 7pm & 9pm featuring Lady Miss Iris, Bella-Minx Burly-Q, The Dazzling Dames, Mentalist Rory Raven, Peter Deffet, songstress Victoria Lester, amazing new burlesque performers and your host Evan O’Television  $20 for “General Elf” admission  $35 for the “Big Santa Package” (including preferred seating, Jingle Belles T-shirt and 1 drink ticket)  Reserve your tickets NOW Space is limited  call 401-331-2695 x 302 or email your ticket request boxoffice@perishable.org proceeds support the Perishable Theatre Arts School This week on our stage Supported Artists Workhorse Theatre present Wild Porcelain Workhorse Theatre presents the world premiere of WILD PORCELAIN a new physical theatre performance from the company that brought you Sawbones and With Claws and Beak November 29-December 9 at Perishable Theatre 95 Empire Street, Downtown Providence,Showtimes: Thu-Sat at 8pm, Sun at 2pm

Tickets $15 General Admission or $12 Students

Sunday December 9 is Pay What you can

Tickets at 401-215-0990



[1] http://www.perishable.org/ [2] mailto:boxoffice@perishable.org

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Upcoming Events at Firehouse 13

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Thursday 11/29 Skycapus presents: In/Out experimental Jazz with Jan Klare from GermanyFriday 11/30 Plan USA hosts it’s AIDS benefit dance party with usleading into World AIDS day and if that’s not enough dancing for you (for a great cause too)

Saturday 12/1 is our dance dance dance-athon with Providence is Burning THEN… we have a very special internet LIVE webcast of new media poetry

Tues 12/4 east coast Providence represents to west coast Portland.  75 or less will present a LIVE lineup Sat 12/8 and Milcraft will host 13 artisans to supply you with your locally made gifts for the holidays.


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Carnatic Music Concert

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Vedanta Society of Providence Cordially invites you to a Carnatic Music ConcertSunday – December 9, 2007 – 6 PM227 Angell Street, Providence, RI 02906http://www.vedantaprov.org / Phone: (401) 421-3960    

Durga Krishnana –Veena Exponent Gauri Shankar- Mrudangam    

Veena is the oldest of all the Indian musical string instruments. The origin of Veena can be traced to the Vedic period. This instrument allows all the delicate quartertones and the subtle nuances to be played with accuracy. Durga Krishnan is New England’s much sought after Veena artist and a beloved Teacher, and that is her best introduction. Whether giving lessons on the Veena to her students or enthralling the audience with her performance at community events, her passion for the instrument or her love for music is unquestionable. Durga Krishnan earned her Sangeet Vidwan (Scholar of Music) degree from the Carnatic Music College in Chennai. Subsequently, she learned Veena from the legendary Veena Maestro Dr. Chitti Babu. Durga has been teaching Veena in the Boston area since 1978. She works closely with the local area Bharat Natyam dance teachers, composing and performing music for dance. She has also been performing fusion concerts with Marc Rosie who is a professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Durga Krishnan, a faculty member at the Waltham, Mass.- based LearnQuest Academy of Music, is one of the 12 member strong organizing committee that has organized three day music conferences in Boston for the past two years.Admission Free – Donations welcome

Cosponsor: Raagmaala


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Gallery Opening: Shannon Casey and Margarita Viera

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007


Please  join us for an evening to celebrate up and coming artists Shannon Casey and Margarita Viera

The Artists’ Exchange, 50 Rolfe Street, Cranston, RI 02910  401.490.9475

Sunday, December 2, 4:00PM

Shannon Casey of Foster, RI will share a collection of oil paintings which emerged from her exploration of the relationship between music and art, inspired by her undergraduate research on synesthesia, a neurological disorder in which a person involuntarily experiences a certain sensory response as an effect of another, i.e. seeing music or hearing pictures. Casey’s fascination with the phenomenon led her to investigate it further, using painting as a vehicle of exploration.

Margarita Viera, a newcomer to the outsider art world, will showcase a selection of paintings and jewelry from her growing portfolio. Viera has been studying painting and jewelry design at The Artists’ Exchange since 2004, and is thrilled to have her first opening.

We hope you can join us for an evening celebrating art and self-expression


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Listening Party at Local 121

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

playing anything & everythingWednesday (tonight!) at Local 121 10pm – 1am free


resident dj:* *Tim O’Keefe* www.cozymusic.org *This week’s guest dj, **Maya Alexander*We will be playing all kinds of music, different genres, styles and decades…

During the day Maya Alexander is an Interior Designer at Durkee, Brown, Viveiros & Werenfels Architects. Once the sun sets, the office casual wear comes off, and a track suit replaces it. Tonight is her djing debut, opening up the Listening Party at 10 p.m. sharp. schedule:

10:00 – 11:00 Maya Alexander djs

11:00 – 1:00 – Tim O’Keefe djs

List of some of the things you might hear……….

The Smiths, New Order, Beirut, LCD Soundsystem, The The, Tegan and Sara, Block Party, Feist, Kings of Convenience, Wire, Ricky Nelson, MIA, The Police, English Beat, Mahi Mahi, Catherine Wheel, Sam Cooke, Johny Cash, Labelle, Brian Eno, Nick Drake, Talking Heads, Echo & The Bunnymen, Manzel, Spiritualized, The Verve, The Byrds, William Orit, Mum, Fleetwood Mac, Al Green, Pulp, Ministry, Postal Service, Thomas Dolby, Nina Simone, Blur, Cocteau Twins, Joanna Newsom, Arcade Fire, The Callers, The Clash, The Kinks, REM, The Cure, Cat Stevens/Sufjan Stevens, The Stone Roses, Duran Duran, KLF, Marvin Gaye, Grizzly Bear, James, Kraftwerk, Interpol, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Modest Mouse, The Beatles, Royksopp, Underworld, Blondie, Massive Attack, The Fixx, Gorillaz, David Bowie, Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins, Autechre, INXS, , Madonna, Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Roy Orbison, Nico, The Velvet Underground, The Bad Plus, Um Kulthoum, Elvis, Leonard Cohen, Iron and Wine, Pet Shop Boys, Meat Beat Manifesto, Wham, Groove Armada, Phoenix, TV on the Radio, Gary Numan, Franz Ferdinand, Nouvelle Vague, Joy Division, Abba, The Beach Boys, Thievery Corporation,Depeche Mode, The Stills, Temptations, ETC.

Local 121 is located on 121 Washington street in downtown Providence. For more info, go to www.local121.com

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411: 11.28.07 COMING EVENTS

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

- MEME Improv Ensemble – Concert – 11.28.07- LIVE WEB-CAM TRANSMISSION – Performance – 12.04.07

- DC401 – Meeting – 12.10.07

- Area C, Nonloc, Glass Shivers – Performance – 12.14.07

- Geek Dinner – Meeting – 12.19.07





- MEME Improv Ensemble -

- Concert -

11.28.07 – Wednesday, 9 pm

Grant Recital Hall, behind Orwig, 1 young orchard st, Providence Please join us for an exciting concert of experimental improvisation music featuring the talented and diverse 10-member ensemble of Music 220 in their far-ranging sonic explorations. Featuring acoustic and electronic sounds, our program explores a variety of improvisational structures inspired by spatial/timbral shifts, rap battles, and gangly grooves emerging from sonic pools.



- Performance -

12.04.07 – Tuesday, 8 pm

Firehouse 13, 41 Central Street Providence


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Cornerstone Theatre Company seeks Managing Director

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

     The Arts Consulting Group seeks your interest or candidate recommendations to fill the Managing Director position at the Cornerstone Theater Company located in Los Angeles, California.     
Cornerstone Theater Company was founded in 1986 by Alison Carey and Bill Rauch. It is a multi-ethnic, ensemble-based theater company that commissions and produces new plays of both original works and contemporary adaptations of classics, which combine the artistry of professionals and community collaborators.  By making theater with and for people of many ages, cultures and levels of theatrical experience, Cornerstone builds bridges between and within diverse communities in its home city of Los Angeles and nationwide.  It has achieved critical acclaim for both its inclusive approach to theater making and the quality of its artistic work, including numerous awards and recognition for its achievements.  Many of the country’s most significant regional theaters have sought to partner with Cornerstone in the creation of commissioned collaborations. 
The original Ensemble initially lived and worked in primarily rural communities, creating 12 epic musical productions in 10 states. The company helped define “community based theater” with innovative collaborations, producing work that engaged the collective talent of professionals and community artists.  In 1991, the first Bridge Show brought together over 50 community-based artists who toured 10,000 miles to each other’s hometowns. In 1992, Cornerstone settled in Los Angeles.  During its 20 plus years, the Ensemble has commissioned nearly 50 playwrights and produced over 60 new works of American adaptations of classics and original plays.


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Pawtuxet Village Annual Holiday Sale, December 9th!

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

The Pawtuxet Village Annual Holiday Sale has moved to a beautiful

new location…

The Ferncrest Center for Yoga and Health

90 Warwick Avenue (corner of Ferncrest Avenue and Warwick Avenue in

lovely Edgewood)

Yoga instructor extraordinaire Peg Gossage will host some of our

favorite local artists on

Sunday, December 9th from 10 am – 4 pm.

Among the artists selling their wares will be:


* Micki Whelan (jewelry and the “Good Clean Fun” collection of

handmade soaps & lotions)


* Amy Ryan (paintings and prints)


* Dan Read (glass)


* Annemarie Bruun (handbags made from recycled shopping bags!)


* Art and Soul (retailers representing dozens of local craft



Come do some holiday shopping and, at the same time, check out Peg’s

lovely yoga studio!


For more information, call Micki 401.461.7999 or email


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Bert Gallery Holiday Selections

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

http://www.arts.ri.gov/images/Bert%20Gallery.Bonnie%20Buck%20Jewelry.300jpg.jpgBert Gallery Holiday SelectionsNovember 6 – December 22, 2007Taking a look: 2007 Theme Series

Bert Gallery is located along the Providence waterfront at Corliss Landing, 540 South Water Street. In 2007 Please Join us as Bert Gallery is “Taking a Look” at the abundance of fine paintings, prints, and sculpture that artists have created and continue to create. In 2007, Let’s enjoy objects of art and revel in their beauty, strangeness, and power… in the mystery of the diverse visual images that speak to us. Gallery Hours are Tuesday – Friday from 11 – 5 pm, Saturdays 12 – 4 or by appointment. The gallery is closed on Sundays and Mondays. Exhibits are free and open to the public.

Enjoy cookies and cider every Saturday at the gallery during the holiday season!

Exhibition Highlights:

New sterling silver and pearl designed jewelry by contemporary Providence artisan Bonnie Buck. Elegant, affordable and quietly sophisticated, Bonnie’s jewelry makes the perfect addition to your holiday shopping list.

A distinctive selection of paintings by historical and contemporary Rhode Island artists, a sampling of Rhode Island’s rich visual arts history.

Special Collection of paintings by SR Chaffee (1850 – 1920) one of the early Rhode Island painters from Providence, known for his beautiful watercolors of the countryside. A small collection of ten works on exhibit.

Rare Christian crèche by noted Rhode Island artist S.R. Burleigh on view and for sale.

“I could paint that!” – Oh really?

Pocket Exhibit complimenting the 2007 Holiday Show

On view November 6 – December 22, 2007


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