Arts & Culture

The Same Things Project is a labor of love, held Tuesdays at Pawtucket’s Hope Artiste Village

Tightly Clung to Love is a spontaneous jam

The 18th president gears up to tackle challenges and carry out the art school’s legacy

The Rhode Island College grad on the joy of getting published, making writing personal, and what’s ahead

Art is all around us in the Ocean State – from murals on city walls to festivals to books that bring the creative world closer to home. In this edition of Rhody Reads, we’ll highlight six …

The Warwick theater’s provocative line-up strikes a balance of timely, topical, and bold

Public art installation includes Carlos Davila’s Sine Wave

Founder Josh Short on Providence’s thriving independent theater scene

New release of Americana music is perfect for summer listening

Jeff Palmer of Taft Street Studios is carving a niche for himself

Solo work plus collabs on animated features keep musician busy

The clothes are beautiful and the vibe is glamorous, but there’s much more than meets the eye to pull off this event

Rush Frazier channels background in social justice activism to create space for LGBTQIA+ youth in Providence

The Creative Capital has big plans in store for the beloved festival’s triumphant comeback

Two displays show an artist’s appreciation for color and materials

Pawtucket designer’s handbag raises funds for Amnesty International

The non-profit aims to be a hub for alternative political thinkers

Organization celebrates 25 years of bolstering Providence’s underserved students

Students from The Wheeler School fill the classic cutting edge radio void

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