Hailing from a long line of RISD grads, creativity is in this plein air artist and sculptor’s DNA

Valley neighborhood HQ custom art installation links past and present

400 Harris Ave. is now home to two inclusive creative spaces, Queer.Archive.Work and Binch Press

The Providence Design Catalyst encourages participants to grow – and stay – in the Creative Capital

Find walls by Liz Kelley in coffee bars, retail shops, yoga studios, and more

Inspired by Japanese brushwork, Holly Wach's paintings are playful renditions of New England wildlife

The long-running ¡CityArts! program delivers for Creative Capital youth

Limited edition prints produced by Tiny Showcase support an independent artist and their chosen cause

The small team at Iron Mountain Forge & Furniture crafts works of functional art from metal

Providence’s major arts venues are working hard to make sure culture isn’t cancelled

"Mi Gente Siempre Responde" features seven banners by local artists installed across the city in honor of the Latinx community

This Providence-based maker keeps the ancient arts alive with cast menorahs and more

Year seven of DESIGN WEEK RI adapts with a mix of live and virtual

Museo del Barrio transforms Providence streets into health-conscious artscape

Machines with Magnets’ home-centric exhibit inhabits a personal space

The Roger Williams Park Conservancy kicks off its first campaign – a public art experience you can enjoy anywhere you like

New creations by The Steel Yard promote cycling, urban trees, and the PPL

Wherever you live in the Ocean State, we've found the cheeriest events, the best ways to give back and the perfect places to find gifts for loved ones.

There was a lot happening downtown for the Providence International Arts Festival. Here's just a small sample.

Local and international artists make the city their stage

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