NEW URBAN ARTS presentsCREATIVE CARTOGRAPHY:
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.