Gallery Night Tour Schedule For April 20, 2017

5:30 Earth Day Tour

Gallery Night Providence

Join Celebrity Guide Rich Watrous, an artist/designer and arts advocate, for this nature-themed Earth Day tour. You’ll see works depicting marine wildlife at Sprout, the inspiring “Horse Show” at ArtProv, paintings celebrating the beauty of untouched landscapes at Bank RI Gallery and Anthony Tomaselli, and an exhibition of infrared photography at the Providence Center for the Photographic Arts that shows a new side of the natural world. (Staff Guide Cathren Housley) 

 

 

5:50 International Artists Tour

We are so sorry to report that, due to illness, Celebrity Guide Madolin Maxey will be unable to host her Gallery Night Providence tour tomorrow. As we wish her a speedy recovery, she promises to reschedule her tour for another amazing Gallery Night.

Gallery Night Providence, Free Art Tour, Led by Madolin Maxey

Celebrity Guide Madolin Maxey, a painter and art-history enthusiast, will lead a tour featuring exhibitions of international artists. Atrium Gallery features an exhibition “A Clothesline to the Past” exploring cross-cultural connections between Rhode Island and Brazil, by Afro-Brazilian artist Tiago Gualberto, Gallery Z is highlighting artists of Armenian descent, and Bell Gallery showcases the provocative work of Pierre Huyge and Gabriel Martinez. (Staff Guide Ted DiLucia)

6:10 Rhode Island Artists’ Tour

Join Staff Guide Anthony DiPalma in viewing photographs and paintings by local favorites Mike Bryce and Ed Clark at the Dryden Gallery, new work by students at the Chazan Gallery at Wheeler, then experience the exhibition “I AM RHODE ISLAND: The Fabric of Our Community” at the URI Feinstein Providence Campus Galleries, and see a solo show by Providence-based painter Sherie B. Harkins at Rosmarin Gallery.

  • Chazan Gallery at Wheeler
  • John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities & Cultural Heritage
  • RISD Museum
  • Inner Space Outsider Art Gallery @ ShareSpace

6:30 Collector’s Tour

Celebrity Guide Ida Schmulowitz, an artist who coordinated Gallery Night for over ten years, will lead this tour exploring artisans and designers working in Providence. We call it a Collector’s Tour because it’s a perfect place to learn about accessibly-priced artwork if you’re interested in starting, or adding to, a collection of your own. You’ll see a live glass-blowing demonstration at Gather Glass, locally designed and produced clay objects at J Schatz, recent imports from Myanmar at Peaceable Kingdom, gorgeous glassware at Gallery Belleau, and a selection of locally crafted jewelry work at Copacetic. (Staff Guide Kate Champa)

 

 

7:00 Diversity & Resistance in Art: Women Artists, Outsider Artists, and More

John Housley, Gallery Night Providence

Staff Guides John Housley and Melanie Ducharme will lead a tour starting with the powerful exhibition “If Jane Should Want to Be Sold: Stories of Enslavement, Indenture and Freedom in Little Compton, Rhode Island.” Later in the tour, you’ll see a selection of art by contemporary women artists at the Galleries of the Providence Art Club, a special “Anti-Salon” event at the RISD Museum inviting students to occupy an exhibition with their bodies and work, and a selection of new pieces by Outsider Artists at Inner Space.

  • Dryden Gallery
  • Providence City Hall Galleries
  • Rosmarin Gallery at Hotel Providence
  • Copacetic

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