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Photographer Peter Goldberg At Cahalan Gallery

Friday, October 31st, 2008

Ever wonder what it looks like 250 feet under our beloved Providence?

Come see photographs of RI’s biggest construction project you never

saw, or heard about….until now.

And bring friends!

Kids welcome!

Presented in conjunction with The Narragansett Bay Commission.

Please check out the attached Invite!

CAHALAN GALLERY 200 Allens Ave (Conley’s Wharf)

DATE: Opening – November 12th

TIME: 4-7

ALSO OPEN ON GALLERY NIGHT: 11/20

TIME: 4-7

SHOW DATES: 11/10 – 11/24

MAP:

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RI Artist Programming on RIPBS

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

I am happy to announce that the Networks 2008 Videos will begin

airing on Rhode Island PBS affiliates starting Thursday, November 6th

at 8:30pm. Please make a note of this and take the time to support

this program by watching, and telling all of your friends to do the

same. This is a great way to celebrate our community of incredible

artists.

The videos, 15 pieces in all, are being compiled into 30 minute

segments. The first sampling will be artists: Walter Feldman,

Timothy Philbrick, and Toots Zynsky.

NetWorks 2008 is an exhibition platform curated by Dr. Joseph Chazan

& Umberto Crenca, of AS220, featuring the work of selected

contemporary RI visual artists.

The NetWorks exhibition is currently open at The Newport Art Museum,

Newport, RI, http://www.newportartmuseum.org/ and runs until January 2009. This exhibit highlights the work & achievement of these

diverse and influential RI artists. Please attend the opening

reception for the artists on Friday, November 21. The exhibition

catalog produced by Design Providence will be available then as well.

This unique project brings together an unprecedented and diverse

range of collaborating art institutions to celebrate the rich

creative energy of Rhode Island.

Here is a list of artists in the Newport Exhibition:

HOWARD BEN TRE

JONATHAN BONNER

UMBERTO CRENCA

RUTH DEALY

WALTER FELDMAN

LUCAS FOGLIA

MARK FREEDMAN

RICHARD GOULIS

SCOTT LAPHAM

SAL MANCINI

XANDER MARRO

DENNY MOERS

JAQUELINE OTT

LIZ PANNELL

TIM PHILBRICK

ANGEL QUINONEZ

CW ROELLE

JIM WATKINS

TOOTS ZYNSKY

Upcoming Networks 2008 Events:

More events to be announced.

In December:

AS220 Project Space – December 7th Opening 4-7pm. http://

www.as220.org/galleries/ – Video Program and Photographic Portraits of the above artists by Lucas Foglia and Scott Lapham

5 Traverse – December 5th, 6-8pm opening. http://web.mac.com/ fivetraverse/5_Traverse/5_Traverse.html

In January 2009:

Providence City Hall Gallery- Kennedy Plaza, Providence

Newport Art Museum exhibit continues through January 25, 2009

 

 

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Omni 500 – for donation to an Arts Organization!

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

A constituent called the Council on the Arts because he has an Omni 500 Keyboard Computer that is in good condition that he would like to donate to a worthy arts organization.  If you are interested, please contact Ralph Wiejlard at rdweijlard1@verizon.net

 

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Talbot and Cromwell at the Chazan Gallery

Thursday, October 30th, 2008
 

 

New Work 

Dan Talbot  
Lawrence Cromwell  


The Chazan Gallery at Wheeler
   
October 16 – November 5, 2008   
Talbot Cromwell postcard 

“Pound,” 2007  
Paper, wood, thread;   Cromwell(left)  

“R + S’s House (Carriage   House, Airstream, Yellow   Mercedes),” 2008  
Oil on paper;  
Talbot (right)  


Hours: Tues – Sat 12 – 5 pm, Sun 3 – 5 pm 

 

The Chazan Gallery at Wheeler is located at 228 Angell Street, Providence 02906
Gallery hours: 12 to 5 pm Tuesday through Saturday; 3 to 5 pm Sunday.
The gallery is closed on Mondays.

401.421.9230  www.chazangallery.org

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Newport artist Kim Salerno in the news

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

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http://www.boston.com/ae/theater_arts/articles/2008/10/29/sculptures_built_with_fear_and_hope/?page=2

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winners in the 2008 Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) Screenplay Competition

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Local screenwriters Karen Webb from Hopkinton, MA, Caitlin McCarthy from Worcester, MA, Rachael Smith from Hope, RI and Jason Burns from Providence, RI, were among the top prize winners in the 2008 Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) Screenplay Competition which brought in entries from across the globe.“Our judges were impressed by their scripts,” commented Adam Short, manager of the screenplay contest. “So it was pleasant surprise to learn that the writers had a local background. There is a lot of film talent in Rhode Island, but it often doesn’t receive the national recognition that it deserves. Our prizes will go a long way in helping to remedy this discrepancy.”

According to Short, “Screenplay judges poured through 300-plus screenplay entries this year, the largest entry base in the competition’s history. Each submission was analyzed and scored according to a set of five criteria, including Character, Dialogue, Setting, Plot, and Technique.

“After extensive reading and deliberation among the judges, twelve prizewinners were chosen in three different categories: Main Competition, Gay and Lesbian, and Short Screenplay,” he added.

“We could not be more pleased with the selection of this year’s winners,” noted George T. Marshall, RIIFF’s Executive Director. “This competition continues to grow and expand, giving us access to some of the world’s up and coming writers in the craft. The quality that we have seen this year makes for a truly inspiring and exiciting competition.”

(more…)

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Entang Wiharso at 5 Traverse Gallery

Thursday, October 30th, 2008
Black Goat Is My Last Defense
November 1st – 22nd  

Opening Reception Saturday November 1st (6 – 8 PM) This Saturday

     Catch a glimpse of Entang Wiharso’s work as it circles the globe.  As an artist positioned between Indonesia and the USA, Entang Wiharso will show new works and present a performance “focusing on the complexity of individual positioning in a global society.”   This show is a continuation of  Wiharso’s recent Black Goat Space held at The Ark;  Jakarta, Indonesia;  The Drawing Room Manila, Philippines;  and  I am Black Goat held at the SMU Concourse, Singapore.  After Rhode Island he will go on to exhibit at the Primo Marella Gallery, Italy.  To make full cirlce Wiharso will be showing at the Beijing Biennale.

In adition to the mural and works hung at the space we will be hosting a performance by Wiharso on the weekend of the 21st.

 
 
  

Performance on
November 22nd, 2008
7PM
Please RSVP
info@5traverse.com

 

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Kate Sanders-Fleming at Gail Cahalan Gallery

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

http://www.arts.ri.gov/images/Chapin St.JPG 

“Simple Moments” painting, drawings and prints, shown together with photography by David Wells, is still up at Gail Cahalan Gallery, 200 Allens Ave until Nov. 8 gcgallery.netHead on down monday thru saturday, 12-5 pm. And bring friends katesf.com 

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Artist Open Studios 2008

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

fosteringArts.org

  

presents:

Artist Open Studios 2008 

  

Celebrating the Eight Annual

“Art-in-the-Making”

Event

Free Admission

Saturday, November 1, 2008

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Foster, RI – Nine artists whose studios are located in Foster, Scituate and GlocesterRhode Island will open their art studio doors to the public on Saturday, November 1, 2008. This is the eighth annual celebration of Artist Open Studios (AOS) – an event that draws hundreds of visitors (many of them return visitors) to scenicNorthwest Rhode Island.  Admission to the event is free. 

What makes AOS unique is the fact that the entire group of artists will be demonstrating their art and craft-making skills throughout the day.  Many of the participating studios will also invite their guests to have a hands-on experience. Studios are located in historic buildings and/or in scenic locations. Whether your passion is for blown glass, painting, sculpture, pottery, stone carving, or wood- turning, there’s an exhibiting artist eager to demonstrate how their art is created.

This year’s artists include: 

Neal Drobnis – cast and blown glass 

Christine Wendel Farrugia – charcoals, color pastels Robert Fishman – functional wheel thrown porcelain and stoneware 

Thomas Grabbert – functional, decorative high fire porcelain Jim McGrath – wood turnings 

Sarah Mutton – oil paintings Karin Sprague Stone Carvers – headstones and wall plaques 

Bev Thomas – paintings, painted furniture Earle Thurber – abstract acrylic and mixed media paintings and prints 

Admission is free and the tour is self guided. For more information, including a map with contact information and studio locations, please visit our web site: www.artistopenstudios.org


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Henry Moore: The art of the empty man

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Lunch with the Artist ~ “Henry Moore: The art of the empty man”  

November 18, Newport Art Museum

  

 

 

NEWPORT, RI: Richard Tyre hosts this lunch hour discussion – a different artist, period or genre every month. Bring a lunch and meet at the Museum’s John Griswold House,

76 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, RI

. Talk begins at noon. Free for Museum Members; Non-Members $5. (401) 848-8200 / www.newportartmuseum.org 

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THE RHODE ISLAND WRITERS’ CIRCLE NATIONAL POETRY CONTEST

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

POETRY COMPETITION
Contest open to residents of the United States and Canada.

DEADLINE: December 29, 2008.  Accepting submissions now.

  
RULES: Poems must be unpublished.

LENGTH: 5 pages of poetry

STYLE:  Open: free or formal verse

JUDGES:  Poems are judged by an independent group of writers and poets. Final judge:  Patricia Fargnoli, New Hampshire Poet Laureate.

AWARDS:  First, second, and artistic merit awards.

                      

First Place:  $200.  Second Place: $150. First and second place winners receive cash awards, staged readings, and are published in the RI Writers’ Circle Anthology.  A number of other poems will be recognized for artistic merit and may become eligible for staged readings.

HOW TO ENTER: You may submit no more than 5 pages of poetry.  Name, address, phone, and e-mail should appear on the title page of each poem.  Include business-size SASE and separate cover sheet listing poems submitted and author’s contact information. No online submissions.  Poetry must be typed or word processed. 

ENTRY FEE:  $10.00 administrative fee. Check or money order should be payable to The Writers’ Circle, Inc.  Do not send cash.

RETURNS: If desired, send SASE for return of poems. Submissions sent without proper envelope and postage will not be returned.

NOTIFICATION OF WINNERS: April 2009

SEND MATERIALS TO:  The Writers’ Circle, Inc., 1087 Warwick Avenue, Warwick, RI 02888.  For more information: www.riwriterscircle.com , thewriterscircle@aol.com or 401.461.6691         

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Join the Providence Cutting Sessions email list!

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

The Providence Cutting Sessions has set up an official mailing list and newsletter.

The “Providence Cutting Sessions” is a program recently created by the Artistic Director of AS220, Bert Crenca, and a trio of local jazz musicians, Nick Sollecito, Mike Bernier, and Alex Chapman. This program’s mission is two-part. First, to give jazz musicians a venue to display their art and talent; second, to compose a new repertoire of jazz standards. “Providence Cutting Sessions” will display new and original jazz compositions by local musicians. These compositions will mainly be in the style of the “Real Book,” which contains hundreds of well-known jazz standards.

To learn more go to: www.provcuttingsessions.com

Please take a moment and click the link below and join the list!

SIGN – UP HERE!!!< http://yourwebapps.com/WebApps/mail-list-subscribe.cgi?list=84704>   

 

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Fall Exhibit at the Donovan Gallery

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

The Fall exhibit is highlighted with many new works by the gallery’s contributing artists, including selections from Majorie Ball, Harley Bartlett,  Kris Donovan, Kathleen Weber, Kyle Bartlett, Cindy Wilson, Cynthia Getchell, Craig R. Grab, David Witbeck, Tom Deininger, Jeanne Tangney, Anthony Tomaselli, Mark Fernandez, Peter Campbell, Christine Bean, Hazard Durfee, Susan Gilkey,  and Sean Thomas.  The gallery is located at

 historic Tiverton Four Corners, RI
  Gallery hours are
 Tuesday through Saturday
 11 to 4, and Sunday 12 to 5.
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5 Traverse Gallery Presents E n t a n g W i h a r s o

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

“Black Goat Is My Last Defense”

November 1st – 22nd

Opening Reception Saturday November 1st (6 – 8 PM) This Saturday. Catch a glimpse of Entang Wiharso’s work as it circles the globe. As an artist positioned between Indonesia and the USA, Entang Wiharso will show new works and present a performance “focusing on the complexity of individual positioning in a global society.” This show is a continuation of Wiharso’s recent Black Goat Space held at The Ark; Jakarta, Indonesia; The Drawing Room Manila, Philippines; and I am Black Goat held at the SMU Concourse, Singapore. After Rhode Island he will go on to exhibit at the Primo Marella Gallery, Italy. To make a full circle Wiharso will be showing at the Beijing Biennale

In adition to the mural and works hung at the space we will be hosting a performance by Wiharso on November 22nd, at 7PM

Please RSVP: info@5traverse.com Upcoming: Jonathan Bonner

5 Traverse Is hosting the first “Art instead of Ad”

Look for original work by Jonathan Bonner in the December issue of RI Monthly.

 

5 Traverse Gallery | 5 Traverse St | Providence | RI | 02906

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Creative Providence

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Mayor David N. Cicilline invites you

to advise the City of Providence as we plan for the future of arts and culture.

Please complete a quick online survey. Your opinions and advice are important to

us.

Please click here [http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001fpRw22SkomJ1AMNV1bSkDHM2hHEZR9DmCAIfPViO9BupqIHg6DIUEfmMzEHHIDU_IOcQExoRq_4k7D38SJmVILMdfUMPvWhBwalbJndKkuND2VRk6FXslbDoCQTwbKvq4jHkYSfiRfRYTwIpnSl1jRY48jLOChR8]

to take the survey.

You’ll open a survey designed to

collect information for both the Providence cultural plan and the Rhode Island

State Council for the Arts statewide arts plan.

The survey should take 5 to10

minutes to complete. Many questions are intended for specific constituents, so

if you are not a professional artist or businessperson you’ll skip their

questions.

Please respond

today. The survey

closes November 18.

You may receive an invite to this survey from the Rhode Island State Council on

the Arts. Please do not take this survey twice.

Thank You,

Lynne McCormack,

Director, Department of Art, Culture +Tourism

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NEXT EVENT:

Community Forum: Creative Ecosystem II

November 18th

2pm – 5pm

Roger Williams Park Casino

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MORE INFO:

For more information and other opportunities to get involved in the planning Click Here

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Department of Art, Culture +Tourism | Providence City Hall | 25 Dorrance Street | Room 111 | Providence | RI | 02903

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Poetry Competition

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

 

THE RHODE ISLAND WRITERS’ CIRCLE NATIONAL POETRY CONTEST

GUIDELINES

POETRY COMPETITION

Contest open to residents of the United States and Canada.

DEADLINE: December 29, 2008. Accepting submissions now.

RULES: Poems must be unpublished.

LENGTH: 5 pages of poetry

STYLE: Open: free or formal verse

JUDGES: Poems are judged by an independent group of writers and poets.

Final judge: Patricia Fargnoli, New Hampshire Poet Laureate.

AWARDS: First, second, and artistic merit awards.

First Place: $200. Second Place: $150. First and second place winners

receive cash awards, staged readings, and are published in the RI Writers’

Circle Anthology. A number of other poems will be recognized for artistic merit

and may become eligible for staged readings.

HOW TO ENTER: You may submit no more than 5 pages of poetry. Name, address,

phone, and e-mail should appear on the title page of each poem. Include

business-size SASE and separate cover sheet listing poems submitted and author’s

contact information. No online submissions. Poetry must be typed or word

processed.

ENTRY FEE: $10.00 administrative fee. Check or money order should be

payable to The Writers’ Circle, Inc. Do not send cash.

RETURNS: If desired, send SASE for return of poems. Submissions sent without

proper envelope and postage will not be returned.

NOTIFICATION OF WINNERS: April 2009

SEND MATERIALS TO: The Writers’ Circle, Inc., 1087 Warwick Avenue,

Warwick, RI 02888. For more information: _www.riwriterscircle.com_

(http://www.riwriterscircle.com/) , _thewriterscircle@aol.com_ (mailto:thewriterscircle@aol.com) or 401.461.6691

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URI Feinstein Providence Campus Gallery and Traveling Theatre Company Present

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

POSITIVELY AWARE: (Mis)perceptions of living with HIV/AIDS

November 3 – December 26 2008

Gallery Night Reception & Performances November 20 5:00-9:00 pm

 

POSITIVELY AWARE is a year long arts integration educational project

culminating with a mixed media exhibit and performance installation from

professional artists, community artists, and middle and high school youth

from Central Falls Providence, West Warwick and Woonsocket along with work

from children in Africa through PlanUSA as an outcome from studying HIV/AIDS

today, and exploring healthy choices. This project was created through the

collaboration of URI Providence Campus Urban Arts and Culture Program and

The Traveling Theatre Company in cooperation with (PASA) Providence After

School Alliance, AIDS Project RI/ Family Services, AFIA/Family Service,

Mathewson Street United Methodist Church ARTREACH and AIDS Quilt RI, and the

Met School.

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Machines With Magnets Rental Space

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Machines With Magnets now has a gallery application with general

information about renting the space for art shows and events.

Click here if you are interested:

http://www.machineswithmagnets.com/Gallery_application.pdf

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Newport Art Museum Receives $20,095 Grant From BankNewport

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008

     The Newport Art Museum has received a $20,095 grant from BankNewport to support the after school Community Arts Enrichment Program coordinated and staffed by the Museum and offered in collaboration with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Newport County. Newport Art Museum Acting Director, Elizabeth A. Goddard stated, “BankNewport’s support enables the Museum to serve a diverse population of Newport’s youth by presenting valuable art experiences through this synergetic partnership with the Club. This generous grant helps us pursue our mission to reach out to the community.” “BankNewport has proudly extended an arts enrichment grant for the Newport Art Museum’s collaboration with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Newport County,” stated BankNewport President and CEO, Thomas W. Kelly. “Their partnership has long proven successful in offering area youth valuable opportunities to experience art and art making.” The Newport Art Museum and the Boys and Girls Clubs have been partnering on arts enrichment initiatives for over ten years. Joanne Hoops, Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Newport County commented, “We really depend on the partnership for the art programs we offer to children and teens…When we opened the Teen Center in 2006 we gave our programs an art and music focus. The Museum was there to help.” Mr. Kelly recently visited the Church Street Boys and Girls Clubhouse in Newport along with Judy Hambleton, the Museum’s Director of Education, who coordinates the Community Arts Enrichment Program. Kelly stated, “I was very impressed. The projects were certainly wide-ranging, thus allowing the youth to explore their own creativity and develop confidence, in a fun, nurturing environment.” The Newport Art Museum reaches out to the community in many ways with programs to meet the needs of underserved groups, often working in collaboration with partners such as the Boys and Girls Clubs, Child and Family, Shake-a-Leg, Looking Upwards, the Bradley Schools, the Martin Luther King Center and many others. The organization’s custom-designed community art education programs for people of all ages with many different learning and physical abilities are offered at the Museum and at locations around the State. – end -

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Community MusicWorks

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008

12th Season News & Events

October continues to be a very busy and productive month at Community MusicWorks.

For those of you who follow our adventures from afar, we hope that you will enjoy

these virtual windows into two of our recent special events. Thank you for always

supporting our goals!

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Daniel Bernard Roumain Residency (Oct. 2-3)

Composer/performer Daniel Bernard Roumain visited Community MusicWorks at the beginning

of the month, bringing with him the world premiere of The Kompa Variations and plenty

of energy and excitement.

“The whole experience was intense. I found out who I am, and who I am

not. It was like a journey through the important things in my life.”

 

Orion Quartet Residency

Orion String Quartet Residency (Oct. 15-16)

The renowned Orion String Quartet spent two days with the Providence String Quartet

resulting in a wonderful free event at the West End Community Center featuring three

generations of string quartets.

“Speaking for myself as well as the other members of the Orion Quartet,

this collaboration was one of the highlights of our musical career!”

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Eroica Piano Trio

Community MusicWorks welcomes the Eroica Piano Trio to Providence for a free Musical

Workshop (5-6 pm) at CityArts followed by an evening concert at the Carriage House

Stage.

“Technical flair, raw, driven energy and high spirits.” -The Wall Street Journal

To celebrate their 20th anniversary season, the Eroica Piano Trio is currently touring

the country with a program of all-American music performed on electric instruments.

Call CMW to reserve your seat at the Carriage House performance before they run

out!

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Performance Party

November 8: Performance Party

Hear CMW students and teachers at the first Performance Party of the season. Don’t

forget to bring a favorite dish for the potluck meal!

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We hope we’ll see you soon!

Sebastian, Sara, Jessie, Jesse, Minna, Chloe, Arlyn, Rachel, Adrienne, Jason, Liz

& Heath

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