Arts & Culture

PPAC uses a brief intermission to restore iconic facade to its former glory

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

Studio Blue brings a dynamic live, work, and maker space to Olneyville

Museo del Barrio transforms Providence streets into health-conscious artscape

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

This month, Toad and the Stooligans releases second album Jesus Juice

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

For musicians, isolation has been a time for reflection, education, and activism

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

Seven students come up with a series of wicked cool plans to save our beloved city landmark as part of a master's in Adaptive Reuse

What started as a tribute is now an all-original noise rock assault

Rising senior Isaiah Suchman won the state's sticker contest with this simple but iconic design

Ecstatic Ekphrastic showcases public art in Providence through writers’ eyes

Creatives in the Capital turn mandatory face coverings into works of wearable art

The Rhode Island music and theater scene is alive and well thanks to digital venues and loyal fans

Providence's Park-ist Residents discover new ways to explore identity in the age of quarantine

Beth Adoette focuses on Eco-Art Therapy and shares the meditation with others through online workshops

Part of Providence Public Library's Adaptive Practices series

Profiling three seamsters taking COVID-19 matters into their own hands

Melanie Jackson of Cranston is lighting up a dark time with (literal) signs of hope

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