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Upcoming Tours

Gallery Night Providence Tours are completely FREE!

Tours depart from the Regency Plaza in Downtown Providence regularly (check below for tour schedule). We will gather on the first floor lounge of One Regency Plaza.

Tours are the most immersive way to enjoy Gallery Night; but they are not the ONLY way! You can also design your very own self-guided tour with the downloadable map on this website!

This is a FREE event and reservations are not required. However certain tours are extremely popular so if you would like reserve a seat, please consider making a $10 donation.

Looking for a little more guidance? Download this pdf map to choose from 3 suggested self-guided routes, including “Downtown”, RIC to Federal Hill”, and “Dryden to Wickenden”.

***NEW*** Accessibility self-guided tours: these 2 routes include options to stop at 7 different galleries that are completely wheelchair accessible!

Have a question about Gallery Night? Visit our Contact page for more information!

Tours:

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5:30 Trolley Tour; Providence History Tour

Gallery Night Guide: Rosemary Rocchio

1. Providence City Hall - As Above, So Below: Visions of Transformation in Down City Providence by Carla Ricci and Roberta Kaufman

2. Rhode Island State Archives - Celebrate the History of Rhode Island's Italian Community

3. BankRI - “In the Event of Life and Death: Assemblages by Kyle Balles” - large and small scale assemblages made from a variety of found objects in Providence

4. RISD Museum - Gorham Silver: Designing Brilliance casts new light on the legacy of this distinctive company, established in 1831 in Providence, Rhode Island


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5:45 ACCESSIBLE Trolley Tour

Gallery Night Guide: Barbara Barnes

Celebrity Guide: Kimberly Beretta

1. Sprout Coworking - An eclectic show featuring images created by 20 artists at AS220 plus live dancers from Providence Tango will entertain you with their beauty and skill

2. Dryden Gallery @ Providence Picture Frame - The Red Gallery features paintings by Marjorie Ball, a local artist of extraordinary talent.

3. RISD Museum - Gorham Silver: Designing Brilliance casts new light on the legacy of this distinctive company, established in 1831 in Providence, Rhode Island


6:00 PM Providence History Walking Tour

Gallery Night Guide: Jennifer Wilson

1. Rhode Island State Archives - Celebrate the History of Rhode Island's Italian Community

2. Bank RI - In the Event of Life and Death: Assemblages by Kyle Balles” - large and small scale assemblages made from a variety of found objects in Providence

3. RISD Museum - - Gorham Silver: Designing Brilliance casts new light on the legacy of this distinctive company, established in 1831 in Providence, Rhode Island


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6:15 Trolley Tour

Gallery Night Guide: Betty Havrylik

Celebrity Guide: Jade Sisti

1. Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts - Elizabeth Graham: “The Last Farmhouse Guest.” JP Terlizzi’s “Descendants” explores the origins of personal identity as it relates to the artist’s Italian ancestry

2. Brooklyn Coffee + Tea Guest House - Helen Roy "Celebration of Color, Acrylic and Oil on Canvas and Wood" and Suzanne Housley-Noonan "Painted Threads, Textiles & Embroidery Fine Art"

3. Sprout Coworking - An eclectic show featuring images created by 20 artists at AS220 plus live dancers from Providence Tango will entertain you with their beauty and skill

4. Gallery Z - European & American Landscapes by artists of local, regional and international renown including; Lee Chabot, Areg Elibekian, Ian Mohon, Angelo Marinosci, Jr., Ewa Romaszewicz and Anthony Tomaselli, among numerous others


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6:30 Trolley Tour

Gallery Night Guide: Barbara Zdravesky

Celebrity Guide: Chris Dalpe & Sally Turner

1. The Lighting Gallery @ Tops Supply - a warm and welcoming destination with a mix of traditional, contemporary, transitional, LED, and Mid Century Modern lighting - jewelry for the home! TLG makes their Gallery Night debut featuring artwork by Larisa Martino.

2. Gallery Belleau - showcases over 65 local and nationally known American artists and craftsmen. Visitors will find creations in glass, clay, wood, metal, jewelry, paint and more

3. Dryden Gallery @ Providence Picture Frame - The Red Gallery features paintings by Marjorie Ball, a local artist of extraordinary talent.


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7:00 PM Trolley Tour

Gallery Night Guide: Cathy Hurst

Celebrity Guide: Michelle Lee

1. Gather Glass - Live glass blowing demos & new work displays every gallery night

2. Copacetic Rudely Elegant Jewelry - unique jewelry and clocks from over 120 artists, including 30 of which are local

3. Jala Studio Yoga + Art - Timothy Lynch’s “Naptime” collection investigates the field of friction where transformation and relationship takes place, along with the tension and beauty that being in that place arouses in all of us.

4. The Lighting Gallery @ Tops Supply - a warm and welcoming destination with a mix of traditional, contemporary, transitional, LED, and Mid Century Modern lighting - jewelry for the home! TLG makes their Gallery Night debut featuring artwork by Larisa Martino.



This Month’s

Celebrity Guides

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Kimberly Beretta

Director of the Adaptive Arts Program for United Cerebral Palsy of Rhode Island

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Jade Sisti

Jane is a Secretary for the East Providence Art Council. An art teacher and art club advisor.
And she is an artist.

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Chris Dalpe

Chris Dalpe is a graphic designer and illustrator who lives in Providence, Rhode Island. Originally from a small farm town in New Hampshire he earned his Bachelor's from the University of Southern Maine. He has two cats. And spends a lot of time watching cartoons. He is lover of magicks, folk lore, scifi, doodles and making super cool stuff on his computer to share with the world.

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Sally Turner

With close to twenty years of experience in community-based non-profit management, Turner has worked with Groundwork Providence, the Making Connections Providence initiative of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, and most recently at The Fund for Community Progress. Also an artist and writer, she has been a champion for the arts and collaborator on numerous community projects throughout Rhode Island.

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Michelle Lee

Michelle Lee Designs is a full service design firm. We do commercial and residential spaces. Color, Lighting, Art work, Flooring, Custom Window Treatments, Counter tops, and Furniture.)


RIPTA/GNP Partnership

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Make sure you stop by the Regency on Gallery Night beginning at 3pm to get your very own RIPTA/GNP pin! The pin allows you to have a free ride on ANY RIPTA bus from 3pm-11pm on Gallery Night.

MUST HAVE PIN.