2015 NCECA Biennial at David Winton Bell Gallery

Heralding the oncoming of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts conference, which starts on March 25th, the David Winton Bell Gallery is hosting the 2015 NCECA Biennial juried exhibition. Fifty works were selected to present an international outlook on the current state of contemporary ceramics in the world today. The vast spectrum of work on display went Continue Reading →

“She” at the David Winton Bell Gallery

I’m not going to lie, with all that’s been going on in the world with a new wave of feminism, women coming out against being misrepresented in many mainstream media, as well as (still) openly fighting for equal rights and pay in the workforce, I had high, open expectations for the exhibition She at the David Winton Bell Gallery here Continue Reading →

AS220: December Openings

Saturday I made a long overdue trip to a major cultural hub here in Providence, the many spaces of AS220. Established as a small artists space (Hence the “AS”) in 1985, AS220 has grown to be one of major leaders of Providence’s artistic cultural identity. It’s a music venue, performance space, multiple art galleries, workshop, artist living space, and restaurant 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 →

“Narrative” at the URI Art Gallery

I try to keep abreast of what’s going on in the art world of this small state, usually through means of social media. My move to the capital city meant that I’d be closer to the action! Less driving to where there’s more frequent events. Part of this was being able to visit more galleries, and there’s quite a few Continue Reading →