Upcoming Tours

Gallery Night Providence Bus Tours are FREE, and they depart from the Regency Plaza in Downtown Providence every twenty minutes beginning at 5:30PM, with the last bus leaving at 7PM. Reservations are not required (unless otherwise noted). Tours meet in the first floor lounge of the Regency at One Regency Plaza.

 

MAY IS FAMILY FUN- ART FOR ALL AGES MONTH

TOURS FOR THURSDAY EVENING, 17 MAY 2018

 

5:15pm Tour for Rhode Island Art Education Association Tour

(This is a private tour for members of the RIAEA)

Sprout CoWorking Gallery

Gather Glass

ArtProv Gallery

URI Providence Campus Gallery

(Sally Shwartz, GN Guide and Kerry Murphy, Celebrity Guide)

 

At Sprout CoWorking Gallery: See the exhibit, Artists of Tomorrow, featuring the work of student artists from East Providence High School.

 

At Gather Glass: Experience a hands-on glass blowing demonstration in an authentic glass studio and gallery.

 

At ArtProv Gallery: See an exhibit of vibrant paintings and playful animation by Sarah Jane Lapp, nature inspired wax crayon drawing and paintings on wood by Mary Jane Andreozzi and works of S. Tudyk, who draws inspiration from her surroundings as well as her thoughts and memories.

 

At URI Providence Campus Gallery: The Rhode Island Alliance for Art Education has partnered with the URI Providence Campus Gallery to offer the 12th Annual Richard W. and Ronald S. Buteau Memorial and the PS2018 and the Gift of Art to the State of Rhode Island Exhibit.


 

Tour @ 5:30pm

Providence City Hall Galleries

BankRI Gallery

David Winton Bell Gallery

Copacetic

(Ted DiLucia, GN Guide)

 

In the Main Gallery at Providence City Hall: See macrame artworks and theatrical illustrations in the exhibition, Square Knots and Tightropes: collaborations and multi-genre work by Keri King and Michael Gabrielle.

 

At BankRI Gallery: See the drawings of Stephen Gervais whose illustrations have graced the novels of some of the great horror writers of our times.

 

At David Winton Bell Gallery: The exhibition, 33° presents the work of six artists: Danish sound artist, Jacob Kirkegaard and photographers Olaf Otto Becker (German), Camille Seaman (Native American/African American), James Balog (American), Jean de Pomereu (French), and Iain Brownlie Roy (Scottish). These artists have participated in scientific and artistic explorations of the iconic landscapes of Earth’s polar regions.

 

At Copacetic: See an amazing showroom filled with unique jewelry, designer clocks and gadgets of all shapes and sizes.


 

Art for All Ages - Student Exhibitions Tour @ 6pm

Providence City Hall Galleries

Gather Glass

Sprout CoWorking Gallery

URI Providence Campus Gallery

(Melanie Ducharme, GN Guide)

 

In the Main Gallery at Providence City Hall: See macrame artworks and theatrical illustrations in the exhibition, Square Knots and Tightropes: collaborations and multi-genre work by Keri King and Michael Gabrielle.

 

At Gather Glass: Experience a hands-on glass blowing demonstration in an authentic glass studio and gallery.

 

At Sprout CoWorking Gallery: See the exhibit, Artists of Tomorrow, featuring the work of student artists from East Providence High School.

 

At URI Providence Campus Gallery: The Rhode Island Alliance for Art Education has partnered with the URI Providence Campus Gallery to offer the 12th Annual Richard W. and Ronald S. Buteau Memorial and the PS2018 and the Gift of Art to the State of Rhode Island Exhibit.


 

Art for All Ages - Grandparents and Special Friends Tour @ 6:30pm

Dryden Gallery

The Peaceable Kingdom

Chazan Gallery @ Wheeler

Gallery Belleau

(John Housley, GN Guide with Munir Mohammed, Celebrity Guide)

 

At Dryden Gallery: See Sustained Rhythms, paintings by Joanne Thorne Arnold and Uncharted: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Seascape paintings by Marianne Plumridge and Bob Eggleton.

 

At The Peaceable Kingdom: See the artworks of Joel Pomeranz, which look like abstractions at first, but the details and color choices take on their own stance or identity.

 

At the Chazan Gallery @ Wheeler: The gallery will feature the work of Wheeler School high school students, and in adjacent rooms there will be works by middle and elementary school students.

 

At Gallery Belleau: See whimsical and colorful glass artworks in the newly renovated Gallery Belleau; meet the proprietor and glass artist, Chris Belleau.


 

Bilingual English- Spanish Tour @ 7pm

ArtProv Gallery

Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts

David Winton Bell Gallery

RISD Museum

Cathren Housley, GN Guide and Joy Williams, Celebrity Guide)

 

At ArtProv Gallery: See an exhibit of vibrant paintings and playful animation by Sarah Jane Lapp, nature inspired wax crayon drawing and paintings on wood by Mary Jane Andreozzi and works of S. Tudyk, who draws inspiration from her surroundings as well as her thoughts and memories.

 

At Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts: See two exhibitions of intriguing photographs, “Cuba: Beyond the Romance” by David DeMelim and "ROME 1970’s” by Stephan Brigidi.  

 

At David Winton Bell Gallery: The exhibition, 33° presents the work of six artists: Danish sound artist, Jacob Kirkegaard and photographers Olaf Otto Becker (German), Camille Seaman (Native American/African American), James Balog (American), Jean de Pomereu (French), and Iain Brownlie Roy (Scottish). These artists have participated in scientific and artistic explorations of the iconic landscapes of Earth’s polar regions.

 

At RISD Museum: Theresa Ganz’s Storm Diptych presents video footage of hurricanes and smaller storms shot through a window and set to the first movement of Mozart’s String Quartet No. 19 (1785), known as the “Dissonance” quartet for its unusually modern atonality.

 

 

 

 

Meet the May Celebrity Guides

Join us for Gallery Night and meet our talented Celebrity Guides!