The Artists Loop at Atrium Gallery (July 24th – August 19th, 2017)

Atrium Gallery will be open for Gallery Night with the “Artists Loop” exhibition.

The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts hosts the Artists Loop Art Show at the Atrium Gallery in Providence. 
Featuring Artists Loop Program invited and participating artists 

The Artists Loop - 2017 Art Exhibit & Memory Quilt- Collage Project
Reception: Thursday, August 17th, 2017 from 6:00-8:30 pm for Gallery Night Providence
Artists Panel Discussion: August 17th 5:00-6:00 pm
Exhibit on Display: July 24th – August 19th, 2017
Location: Atrium Gallery, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, One Capitol Hill, Providence, RI 02908 

This exhibit features juried works from artists who participated in the Artists Loop: Memory Quilt-Collage Project for which Michele Leavitt served as a juror. To curate the exhibit at the Atrium Gallery, Pnina Pressburger additionally invited artists whose work complemented the juried part of the exhibit. Artist Panel discussion relating to the Memory Quilt-Collage project is scheduled prior to the reception on Thursday, August 17th from 5:00-6:00pm at the Atrium Gallery located at One Capitol Hill, Providence, RI. The reception for the Artists Loop will be held following the Artists Panel from 6:00–8:30pm. 

About Artists Loop: 
The Artists Loop is a program was founded and developed by Pnina Pressburger to curate displays and events, to connect artists with the public for the purpose of offering face-to-face space for conversation, to exchange feedback, and to challenge each other. Participants gather to share work and to talk about art. Invited artists make presentations and share their experience as artists. Since 2011, the Artists Loop program has offered a variety of art-related events, including exhibits, presentations by artists about their work, and workshops in art and music at venues across the state including the Rochambeau Library, East Providence Public Library (Weaver Library), Pawtucket Library, RISD Museum, Gallery Z, Dryden Gallery, Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum and Providence City Hall. 

Artist Loop
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Founder/Curator: Pnina Pressburger
Having grown up in Israel, Pnina Pressburger has since been living in the United States. Ever since she
moved to Providence, she has been developing her skills in artistic expression by enrolling in various art
classes offered in the city.