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Providence Singers Announces 08-09 Season

Friday, May 30th, 2008

The Providence Singers announces its 2008-09 concert season: four

programs reflecting a broad spectrum of choral music, each presented

in collaboration with regionally acclaimed artists and organizations.

The season opens in November with Grammy- and Pulitzer-winning

composer Dominick Argento’s cantata, Jonah and the Whale, presented

with the Boston Modern Orchestra Project at the FirstWorksProv

Festival. December reprises last season’s sold-out Messiah with the

Rhode Island Philharmonic, at Veterans Memorial Auditorium. In March,

the Singers presents an “Anniversaries” program with the Junior

Providence Singers, featuring masterworks by celebrated composers and

poets with anniversaries in 2009. The Singers completes its season in

June with the vibrant music of internationally acclaimed 30-year-old

British composer Tarik O’Regan, presented with the Aurea Ensemble and

featuring a guest appearance by the Rhode Island Children’s Chorus.


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Cumberland-Lincoln Community Chorus presents “The Fab 4 + 2 More!”

Friday, May 30th, 2008


The Cumberland-Lincoln Community Chorus & their Teen Apprentices invites YOU

and your friends to attend, “The Fab 4 + 2 More!” this weekend at the

Stadium Theatre in Woonsocket. This

year’s “British Invasion” features well-known hits of The Beatles along with

the witty, whimsical music of Gilbert & Sullivan. Beatles selections

include All You Need is Love, Yellow Submarine, Blackbird, Sgt. Pepper’s

Lonely Heart’s Club Band, etc. Gilbert & Sullivan selections feature songs

from HMS Pinafore, Gondoliers, The Mikado and more. This eclectic two hour

show will delight and entertain the entire family!


Showtimes are Saturday, May 31 at 7:30pm and Sunday, June 1 at 3pm. Tickets

are $10/advance and $12/door. They may be purchased by calling the Stadium

Theatre Box Office at 401-762-4545 or in person at the Box Office. For more

information, please contact Mary at 401-334-9310 or visit CLCC’s website at

http://www.clccmusic.org The Stadium Theatre is handicap accessible and is locatedat 28 S. Main Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895.

Please help us spread the word!

Hope you can join us!!

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auditions for chilidren’s theatre

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

http://www.fosteringarts.org/smct/ Hello all. A job well done goes out to the cast & crew for their great performances of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare.Next on the calendar, Swamp Meadow Summer Children’s Theatre opens its third season with the production of “Scheherazade and the Arabian Nights” adapted for Swamp Meadow by Heather Christie (Director). Scheherazade  is a wonderful tale of adventurous emperors, fire-breathing demons, and trickery beyond all reason. Perfect for the whole family to enjoy!Audition dates are June 4th-6th from 5 to 8 PM, the doors will close at 7:30. These are open auditions for all children ages 6 to 16. A wallet size photo is needed. Auditions will consist of a 30 second memory piece and a cold reading and will be held at Captain Isaac Paine School, Foster Center Rd. Foster RI 02825.

Play dates- August 13 to 17, for more info contact Heather Christie at hrcworld1@gmail.com, Or swampmeadow@aol.com Our summer theatre is a mentoring theater which gives youth and children opportunities to perform on stage as well as learn and participate in the direction and production end of theater.  Also we have Swamp Meadow Community Theatre/ Foster Ole Home Days open auditions for our very own “FOSTER IDOL”. Auditions will be held on Friday, July 11 from 5-9 PM and on Saturday, July 12 from 3-7 PM at the Foster Town House, Howard Hill Rd. Foster RI. Contact Bob Hollis and he will fill you in on information you need to try out for this event. Bob can be reached at 401-397-4740 or revbobh@aol.com Now, I saved the best for last, our very own Samantha Pike was nominated for best female lead performance by Motif in 2007 for her role as Charlotte, from our production of Charlotte’s Web.Sam also performs with our Victorian Carolers, she has acted in The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe, Treasure Island and just finished up with Twelfth Night. She will be on the directing team for Scheherazade.Watch for up coming dates for SMCT’S productions; A Christmas Carol (Fall 2008) and The Wizard of Oz (Spring 2009).Keeping you posted,


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Pawtucket Arts Collaborative Newsletter – week ending 5/24/08

Thursday, May 29th, 2008



Pawtucket Arts Collaborative is dedicated to supporting, promoting and developing the highest level of the arts for the community and its artists. We do this by creating awareness, education and involvement through its members.

Creating fantasy is a very personal thing,  but you can’t take the process too personally.

:::_Joseph Barbera_ (aoldb://mail/quotes/quotes/j/josephbarb350997.html) :::


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Thursday, May 29th, 2008



FRIDAY, MAY 30, 2008

Pawtucket Foundation Prize Exhibition Gallery Talk. 245 Main Street

5:30 to 6:30 pm

Pawtucket Arts Collaborative “Crossing Borders, redefining the dream”

Gallery Talk 6:30 to 7:30 pm

Blackstone Valley Visitor Center Gallery

Featured Artists are Pablo Alvarez, German Betzalel Ortiz Cadena, John

Clark, Iris Donnelly, Donald Gerola, Ana

Flores, Ann Johansson, Bruce Kaplan, Eric Owen Moss Architects, Clare

Nesdall, Agnes Novak, Anthony Osorio,

Dusan Petran, Helena M. Stockar, and Tsao & McKown Architects.

Slater Mill exhibit and panel discussion “Photography Across A

Century” 7:30 pm

Blackstone Valley Visitor Center Theater

The Blackstone Valley Visitor Center is located at 175 Main Street,


Map to Visitor’s Center:


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Artists’ Exchange to Present One Act Play Festival

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

Artists’ Exchange, Home of The Black Box Theatre,

to Present One Act Play Festival

The Artists’ Exchange is pleased to welcome audiences to The Black Box Theatre for another memorable theatre experience. This June, Artistic Director Rich Morra presents a One Act Play Festival, featuring five original works by local playwrights.

Three of the plays were penned by Pat Hegnauer, cofounder and longtime Artistic Director of Warren’s 2nd Story Theatre. Hegnauer, who currently resides in Portsmouth, RI, has directed over 300 plays, and maintains a multi-faceted career as an actor, producer, director, playwright, poet and teacher.


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Region’s finest particpate in Newport Artisans’ Fair June 7,8

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

Newport’s premiere spring artisan event, the Newport Artisans’ Fair returns to the Elks Club Lodge on Saturday, June 7 and Sunday, June 8. This eclectic show attracts many of the region’s best-known artisans and artists along with bakers, growers and producers from local farmers’ markets. The event includes a raffle of items donated by fair vendors to benefit the Firehouse Theater and Aquidneck Island Land trust. Admission is free. 

Participants this year include 9 Manning Square, Akiko Omori Pottery, Ann Judge Design, Anne Made Designs, Bagatelles, C.L. Sherman & Company, Campo & Company Designs, Chris Wyllie, Corporate Hippie, Cory’s Kitchen, DAmetals, Domus Luti, Earth Essence Herbals,Gwen Designs, Hometowne Prints, In Blue Design Studio, Kristin Pearce Designs, lbf glass, M. H. Preston Designs, Maplewood Farm, NR Designs, Pam Clark Designs, Pixie Crossing, Pottery Wheel, Rockit Mat Works, Sarah Minor Design, Savoir Faire, Simply Patrice, Solstice Soapworks, Starry Eyes Stained Glass Designs, Suegray Seaglass Jewelry, The Ivory Knot, The Olive Oil Factory,Theresita Design, Wicked Good and more.


Event Details:


Newport Artisans’ Fair

Elks Club Lodge, corner of Bellevue Ave. and Pelham St. in Newport, Rhode Island

Saturday, June 7: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sunday, June 8: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Free Admission


For more information: contact Campo & Company (401) 742-5344 or visit

www.newportartisanfair.com Firehouse Theater: www.firehousetheater.org Aquidneck Land Trust: www.ailt.org

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Pawtucket Design Competition

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

Three Rhode Island artists, Donald Gerola, Kenneth Speiser, and the team of Nick Hollibaugh and Joshua Enck, presented their concepts for the Pawtucket Gateway Design Competition which will place a new sculpture in front of the Visitor Center on the corner of Main Street and Roosevelt Avenue in Pawtucket. Presentations were made to a panel of jurors comprised of five design professionals charged with selecting the winning design. 

The three artists were selected by the jurors from a field of entries and worked for the past 5 months developing concepts and creating scale models which ranged from three feet to five feet high representing sculptures that would be up to 30 feet high. Awards of $1,500 each have been presented to the three participants for their design work and the winning artist will receive an additional $4,500. The models will be on display for the next month in the Visitor Center, 175 Main St. in Pawtucket.


The Competition is being hosted by the City of Pawtucket and the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley Historic Heritage Corridor. The challenge is to create an innovative design that is inspired by the Blackstone River, Blackstone Valley, Industrial Revolution and the Pawtucket Arts and Entertainment District and responds to the unique diversity of the city’s architecture and urban landscape. The budget for the sculpture is $50,000.


The City of Pawtucket has become well known for the Annual Pawtucket Arts Festival and it’s commitment to the visual and performing arts. At the heart of the arts movement is the Visitor Center where the sculpture will be located. The Visitor Center houses two art galleries, a theater company, a movie theater and is host to numerous art and public events throughout the year. The Visitor Center serves the City of Pawtucket, the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley Historic Heritage Corridor, the Slater Mill Historic Site (birthplace of the Industrial Revolution), and it is an official Tourism Center for the State of RI.


The panel of jurors includes James Barnes, Prof. of Architecture, RISD, Howard Ben Tré, Sculptor, Roseann Evans, Professor of Architecture, Roger Williams University Luke Mandle , Architect, Two Ton, Martha Werenfels , Architect, Durkee, Brown, Viveiros, Werenfels, Architects The winning artist will be announced next month.

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Thursday, May 29th, 2008

Newport Art MuseumJune 13 – September 7


Reception: June 12, 5 – 7 pm (Gallery Night in Newport)




If you travel to the Democratic Republic of Congo today you will still see, as in centuries past, strange figures made of wood, feathers, cloth, nails and other common objects at the entrances to villages and homes. Intended to control and direct ambivalent spirits, these M’kissi or spirit figures are just one source of inspiration for artist, collector, curator and arts advocate Bob Rizzo. A long-time presence on the arts scene in Providence, Rizzo’s own artwork is the subject of a new exhibition at the Newport Art Museum. “Bob Rizzo: Shrines, Icons and Spirits” opens on Friday, June 13 and runs through September 7, 2008. Rizzo’s interests in tribal art, spiritual worship and rituals from many cultures inform his art. Some of the works in this new show resemble human figures; others look like shrines or reliquaries. All are covered with objects he finds on the street, in the woods, at yard sales or accepted as contributions from friends and acquaintances. Beads, coins, leather scraps, handmade nails, antique hat forms, African & American porcupine quills, shells, buffalo fur, horns & teeth, animal bones, tin & cast medal badges – all seem imbued with special meaning once they pass through Rizzo’s hands.  Each object tells a story or recalls a memory, according to Rizzo who labors on his creations for long periods of time. “I’ve been working on some of them for six to eight years. They’re very complex and densely packed.”


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News from the Rhodeshow

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

Hello all Rhodeshow Friends: 

The Rhodeshow’s The Growth Project 2.0 is right around the corner. May 31st is the day, which will be celebrated at AS220 with a performance by Marybee, Who Dem?, and the first joint performance of music off the album by Joey Beats and the Rhodeshow.


Pre-orders of The Growth Project 2.0 are in full effect with these extra goodies:

1. The Growth Project 2.0 signed by members of the Rhodeshow

2. Color Flyer of the May 31st Event signed by members of the Rhodeshow

3. A Bonus CD, The Growth Project 1.5, with music produced by the Rhodeshow between albums.


You can pre-order and get your CDs in the mail the morning of May 31st! THIS IS A STEAL, ITS A DEAL, IT IS THE SALE OF THE CENTURY!


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Greetings from Gallery Z!

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

May 29th, 2008Gallery Z invites you to join us tonight, Thursday, May 29th, from 5:30pm to 8pm, for the one-year anniversary of Food, Art, and Wine event, featuring the cuisine of Pearl Restaurant and Jessie’s Dessert Bar, as well as the art of Kevork Mourad’s “Recent Work” exhibition, which ends this Saturday, May 31st. The wines featured at this event are all Newport Vineyards wines, and a representative of the winery will be on hand to answer questions about them. In addition, all guests will have the opportunity to enter a drawing to win a gift certificate to Pearl, Jessie’s, and Gallery Z.


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Photo Exhibit at The Camera Werks

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

Photography by Bruce Kaplan, Matthew Kierstead, Dell Padgett; Polymer Clay and Porcelain Jewelry by Sandra Solomon – through September 30.  The Camera Werks, 766 Hope Street, Providence, RI 02906 (401) 273-5367  M-F 10-5:30, Sat. 10-2pm.Established in 1981, The Camera Werks is a full-service custom framing & photo boutique located at 766 Hope Street, Providence, RI.  Local artist exhibits and works are showcased on an on-going basis. 

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Learn to Carve Stone!

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

please contact the sponsoring organizations directly to register for any class 

June 21-22 : Blackstone River Theatre, 549 Broad St. Cumberland, RI

401-725-9272 Two Day Intensive- Celtic Relief Carving in Limestone,

teenagers through adults. Info: 401-725-9272; riverfolk.org

June 28-29: Stonecarving Weekend Workshop, South County location,

Middlebridge- 10 min from Newport Bridge. Small group, limited

enrollment, special rate Limestone Relief Carving Class- basics you

can use right away for your garden or home! Contact me directly at laura@as220.org or call 401-792-7149June 23- July 3: Rhode Island School of Design, Summer Young Artists

Program for ages 13 and up, Soapstone Carving, with art history,

museum visit, etc. 401 454-6200; outside local calling area: 800 364-

RISD (7473), ext. 2

July 14-19: 14th Annual Catskills Irish Arts Week, East Durham, New

York: Celtic Relief Carving in Limestone. Five day intensive, part of

expanded art and craft offerings at this highly respected Irish

traditional music “week”. Choose morning or afternoon session. Info

at: 1-800-434-FEST; www.east-durham.org  Some weekends this Summer and Fall are still available to schedule a

workshop. Contact me for details!

Planning ahead? Working with young people? Your organization may be

able to apply for RISCA Arts in Education Grants, which may cover part

of the cost of running a class or workshop in Rhode Island.

Deadlines are October 1 and April 1.

Please note that while these classes do not include instruction in

carving letters or inscriptions, many students have used some

techniques learned to do letter carving later on their own.

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Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

The annual event is gearing up again, filmmakers!

This year, the dates for the event are July 18th – 20th, with screenings

the following week. Screenings will be at the Columbus Theater, and the

“Best of” screening will be the closing event of the prestigious RI

International Film Festival, August 10th.

Registration opens in just a few days – May 27th. This year, it’s $135 per


On June 20th, the price will leap with precipitous enthusiasm to $155 per

team – also, the project is first-come, first-served. This year’s Boston

event filled completely a few days after opening. So get your team in


“How do I sign up?” you ask. Well, starting on Tuesday, you can go to

www.48hourfilm.com. Hit enter now – or choose 2008 Tour / Providence.Online registration is the only way to sign up – and remember, it’s notactive until the 27th.

Haven’t heard of it? The 48 Hour Film Project brings filmmaking teams

together to make a movie from scratch — teams write, shoot, edit and score

— all in just 48 hours. This year the 48HFP will visit over 70 cities

around the world.


Local filmmakers will compete to see who can make the best short film using

the assigned prop, line and character – and in a genre pulled from a hat.

One winning film will go up against films from around the world, and every

film will be screened in the Columbus Theater in front of a full audience.

For more information email David Splinter and Mike Ryan at

providence@48hourfilm.com or info@rifcfilms.com We’re expecting this year to be more exciting than ever – even if you don’twant to start a team, join one of our mailing lists to find out about

mixers, talent shows, screenings, writing groups and more related to this

year’s 48 hour project.


Also, if you or a company you know would like to help sponsor the RIFC this

year, please have them contact us at the same email addresses.

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Perishable Theater to host Unique Acoustic/Dance Show

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

Local RI talent to share spotlight with NYC Dance/Guitar veterans
(Providence, Rhode Island, USA) – New York dancer /choreographer Stephanie Harris will join veteran guitarist and singer/songwriter Paul Zunno in bringing their concert blending music and dance to Perishable Theater in Providence for a limited engagement from May 29th to 31st.
Harris, best known for her powerful yet graceful choreography will dance to Zunno’s blues, rock and roots music. Their show offers a twist on the traditional solo acoustic concert by incorporating professional dance which is gaining interest throughout the United States and Canada .
In a recent interview, Zunno declared, “Dancing brought something wonderful to my songs  . . . and I’ve had guys you’d never expect tell me how much they loved it.”
Zunno, former lead guitarist for legendary soul singer and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Wilson Pickett is a highly accomplished guitarist who has performed throughout Europe, The United States and Australia .  Zunno’s music can be heard on MTV’s “The Real World” and in a number of independent films.  He has appeared on “David Letterman” in support of Pickett’s last album and can be seen in the Miramax film, “Only The Strong Survive” backing up Pickett in a live performance.  Zunno has also written and recorded songs for Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame inductee Gary U.S. Bonds.
Harris and Zunno, always willing to teach and share the limelight, arrive days in advance of their concert.  Harris recruits dancers from local schools for a two day master class and choreographs the students into the show.  This creates a unique performance in each locale with a distinctly warm, local feeling for audiences.  Meanwhile Zunno will give live workshops to share his technique and experience.
Maria Benson’s Centre for Dance in Cranston has been selected to join this performance and Zunno has scheduled a workshop at Guitar Center in Warwick on May 28th   from 5pm -6pm .
Opening the show will be Garry Foisy, a singer/songwriter from Pawtucket and member of the Rhode Island Songwriters Association (RISA).
Onesock Productions is presenting the show which starts at 8pm from Thursday May 29th to Saturday May 31st at Perishable Theatre, 95 Empire Street, Providence.  Tickets are $20 or $15 for students/seniors and are available online at www.theatermania.com or by phone at 866-811-4111.

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Wednesday, May 28th, 2008


            THE TSARINA’S BOOTIES a new musical for adults with script and lyrics by David Eliet and music by Nancy Rosenberg, will premiere at The Perishable Theatre on June 6, 7, and 8. 

            A Blacksmith, Vakula, has to somehow manage to get a pair of the Tsarina of all the Russias booties in order to win the heart of the woman he loves.  Set in the1830’s village of Dikanka in the Ukraine, the musical revolves around Vakula and his unrequited love for the beautiful but vain Oksana,  The play also involves Vakula’s mother who is the village trollop, a dirty deacon, a devil (not the Devil), a mystical magical and dangerously crazy Cossack, and lots of vodka.

            THE TSARINA’S BOOTIES is adapted from a short story by Nikolai Gogol, author of DEAD SOULS and the play THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR.
            Performances on June 6 and 7 are at 8:00 p.m. and on Sunday, June 8 at 3:00 p.m.

Tickets $10.00.  Students and Seniors $5.00.  (Due to mature content, not recommended for people under 13 years of age.)  (401) 725-0248 or e-mail: the_tsarina@yahoo.com

            No vodka will be misused in the performance of this musical.

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The Providence Athenaeum presents Bertrand Laurence

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

The Providence Athenaeum presents Bertrand LaurenceFri, MAY 30, 5-6:45pmFor Athenaeum members and their guests.

Musician Bertrand Laurence on his life and love of jazz and blues music,

among other things. Bertrand has had 25 years of “exile” in the US as a

Frenchman, performance artist, advocate for the homeless, sandwich man,

mime, artist’s nude model, tarot card reader, busker, and boulevardier…

making his way with wit and elegance from one to another in what he calls a

“pin-ball” life that lead him to Providence. Join him and his guitar for a

musical conversation about all that and more.

This last Salon of the season will end a bit early in order to follow

Bertrand over to the Carriage House Stage to carry on the evening at the 7pm

show of Friday Night Live, where he plays each week!

For more on Bertrand: http://www.bertrandlaurence.com FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE! May 30 @ 7pmTHERE ARE ONLY 2 FNL’s LEFT THIS SEASON! COME AND SEE US NOW BEFORE IT¹S TOO


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: http://www.everettdancetheatre.org/fnl_sponsor.html  


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Summer Youth Art Programs in Tiverton and Little Compton

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

Newport Art Museum teams up with local organizations
Newport, RI: Parents along the Sakonnet River or in South Coast Massachusetts can enroll their children in summer art camps at two near-by locations: the Tiverton Four Corners Art Center and the Little Compton Community Center. These part-day camps are taught by instructors from the Newport Art Museum’s art school: the Coleman Center for Creative Studies.
Morning and afternoon camps in Little Compton and Tiverton run in weekly sessions beginning July 7 for children ages 6 – 13. Children explore a wide variety of creative themes and media. Costs range from $90 to $135 and Newport Art Museum members receive a discount. The Newport Art Museum offers dozens of summer camps, classes and workshops designed for people of all ages and artistic abilities. Sign up for two or more programs at any location before the end of June and receive a $10 discount on a new Household or Military Membership.
All Newport Art Museum classes and camps are led by working artists and professional educators in safe and welcoming settings in Newport, Tiverton and Little Compton. 
To register for Little Compton camps call (401) 635-2400; for Tiverton camps call (401) 848-2787. For a complete list of art camps and classes at all three locations, visit www.NewportArtMuseum.org.
About the Newport Art Museum: The Newport Art Museum’s collections and exhibitions focus on the visual artists of Newport and southeastern New England, reflecting both the rich heritage of the past and the lively art scene of the present. The Museum also offers art classes and camps, concerts, talks, trips, and special events throughout the year. The Newport Art Museum is fully accredited by the American Association of Museums and receives support from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.
The Newport Art Museum is located at 76 Bellevue Avenue across from Touro Park. Admission: $6 adults; $5 seniors; $4 Military and students with valid ID; Museum members and children under 5: no charge. By donation Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon. Hours: daily 10 am to 5 pm, Sunday noon to 5 pm. Group tours: call (401) 848-2787. For more information call (401) 848-8200 or visit www.newportartmuseum.org.

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Perishable Theatre News

Tuesday, May 27th, 2008


Things are relaxing to a simmer, but we have some great things on

for SUMMER! Go to


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Wickford Art Association Three Person Show

Tuesday, May 27th, 2008

The Wickford Art Association is pleased to present a Three Person Show with Beverly Silva, Charles O’ Connell and Howard Rubenstein.  The exhibition will feature watercolors by Beverly Silva, acrylics by Charles O’ Connell and a collection of photographs by Howard Rubenstein.  Visitors may meet the artists at the opening reception on Sunday, June 8th from 1-3 pm.  The exhibition will run from June 6th-June 25th.  Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 11-3 and Sundays, 12-4.  Directions and more information may be found at: http://www.wickfordart.org or by calling the gallery at 401-294-6840.

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