NCECA Inspired Exhibitions II

With NCECA in full swing last week, there were countless exhibitions and receptions around the region. While I missed out on the Thursday set, I did try to make quite a few of the Friday ones. I had a huge list of places to stop by and check out, but it had been a busy day (which included meeting our Continue Reading →

SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2015

I made the trek to NYC this past weekend to catch some of the Armory Week action. It was a very intense day jammed packed with endless booths of art and a LOT of walking the streets of NYC. I began this epic day with the curator driven fair, SPRING/BREAK. Held in the unused offices of the Moynihan Station, SPRING/BREAK Continue Reading →

Sandra Erbacher, “Standard Deviations”

On a very busy Saturday, I made a conscious effort to make it over to GRIN for Sandra Erbacher‘s “Standard Deviations”. The concept of taking institutionalized objects and engaging them in a way that doesn’t conform to those standards is certainly one that I can appreciate. (Seven years of working for corporate retail will do that to a person) Take Continue Reading →

Where to go Saturday Night, 11/22/14

There’s quite a bit going on this weekend here in Providence. Maybe it’s the weekend before Thanksgiving rush to do all the things before everyone has to cook and/or travel.  In this flurry of pre-holiday activity, each of my usual haunts has an opening reception on Saturday night! If I didn’t have an opening to oversee at Hera Gallery, I Continue Reading →

Hello Thursday

Hello Thursday… you snuck up on me. I’m not going to lie, I’m in a bit of a writing funk/block right now. It’s going to take some working through, but I still want to share with you what’s going on this weekend that I know of at the very least. Friday night holds openings that I’d love to attend, but Continue Reading →