Take a Virtual Tour of Gallery Night Providence
See artwork around the Capital City from the comfort of your own home.
On the third Thursday of every month, from March through November, eighteen of the Capital City’s creative art spots open their doors for a visual arts tour. Normally, you can take the free guided art trolley or choose to walk or drive to the galleries of your choice, however, during the COVID-19 pandemic, Gallery Night Providence is offering a virtual tour for free! Plus, check out their Facebook page for an artwork prompt and share it using the hashtag #mygallerynight. They may share your artwork online!
Here’s a partial lineup of April’s virtual gallery night:
RIC Bannister Gallery
A second virtual tour of our Spring 2020 exhibition LIKE-NESS: Andy Warhol prints and photos from the Permanent Collection, led by Victoria Gao, director of the Bannister Gallery.
The exhibit features more than 150 works of art in all media from around the world. Art has the power to help us all transcend the stress and anxiety, to heal, to hope and to dream.
Sprout Co-Working: Warren
Mary Murphy-Taylor is a freelance documentary photographer based in southern New England. This exhibit is e a celebration of women’s history month and her second solo show to date.
A landmark example of artist-curated museum exhibitions, Raid the Icebox I with Andy Warhol (1970) presented entire sections of objects at the RISD Museum as they appeared in storage, with little or no regard for their condition, This month, the RISD Museum focuses on artist interviews from Pablo Helguera’s Raid the Icebox Now digital publication.
A virtual tour of Armenian Artists, Dedicated to the 105th Anniversary of the 1915 Armenian Genocide.
Waterfire Arts Center
Community and connection with each other is more important than ever during a time of crisis. Gather around the live Beacon of Hope at the WaterFire Arts Center in hopes to provide a place to have an intimate, calm and quiet experience to reflect.
To see a full list of galleries that are included in Gallery Night Providence, click here.