Arts & Culture

Artists, designers, makers, and small business owners find affordable spaces in a repurposed boiler room in the Valley neighborhood

Providence band traverses a variety of styles while defying structure

Dakota Crumb, Tiny Treasure Hunter is a thrill for young readers

The Rhode Island Press Association (RIPA) honored Providence Media with 19 awards spanning writing, design, and photography at their annual awards banquet, which took place at the Quonset …

Public concerts, block parties, and performances culminate in a concert series of global sounds

Swagger meets simplicity in Ghosts Like Me

A musical adaptation of Pretty Woman kicks off the 2021 season

The revived art form adds character to Rhode Island businesses

 5 essential events this month

Providence band brings mythology to latest effort

This August arts event examines and celebrates the return of sharing spaces

A multimedia, collaborative storytelling project takes a deep dive into the city’s relationship with water

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

Inspired by Dale Chihuly, a visit to Gather Glass tops the itinerary

Focal and Symposium Books will team up for music and more

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

Founder Donald King looks back on the legacy of the Black Repertory Theater and explains why diversity is so important in the arts

The 80-minute streaming play about Nathan Wolfe, a viral pandemic tracker named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the World

Rhode Island Foundation MacColl Johnson Fellowship Fund awardees on using funds to further artistic growth

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