RI Art Listings – February 2017

Timothy Nolan at Hunter Gallery in Middletown, RI

RI Art Listings – February 2017

Ten notable shows to check out this month…

Rhode Island and Slavery at URI Main Gallery

Invisible Bodies, Disposable Cloth: Rhode Island and Slavery, 1753-1850s

URI Main Gallery
105 Upper College Road, Kingston
now through February 18
Exhibition Guide and Talk / Reception: February 12 (4pm)


MJ Robinson / Sincere at 186 Carpenter

MJ Robinson and Sincere
186 Carpenter
186 Carpenter Street, Providence
now through February 24


Bridging Patterns
A collaborative exhibition featuring Rhode Island disability service organizations:Bridges, Inc., Flying Shuttles, Looking Upwards, RHD,  and Top Drawer
Jamestown Arts Center
18 Valley Street, Jamestown
now through March 11


Umberto Crenca at 82 Weybosset Street

Umberto Crenca: Pain and Such

82 Weybosset Street, Providence
now through March
email pain.and.such@gmail.com for info


Argelis Almonte at Galeria del Pueblo

Argelis Almonte and José Ramirez
La Galería del Pueblo
2154 Broad Street, Cranston
February 1 – March 31
Opening reception February 3 (5-7pm)


Women of the Page at John Carter Brown Library

Women of the Page: Convent Culture in the Early Modern Spanish World
The John Carter Brown Library
corner of George and Brown Streets, Providence
February 2 through April
opening reception and roundtable February 2 (3pm)


Timothy Nolan at Hunter Gallery in Middletown, RI

Timothy Nolan: The Sky Hides The Night Behind It
Hunter Gallery at St. George’s School
372 Purgatory Road, Middletown
February 3 – March 10
Opening reception February 3 (6-7pm)


Victoria Crayhon at Cade Tompkins Projects

Victoria Crayhon: It Says We’re Not Real
Cade Tompkins Projects
198 Hope Street, Providence
February 10 – April 8


Mimi Cabell and Lindsey Foster at GRIN Providence

One Makes An Instrument of Themselves, and Is Estranged Also
Mimi Cabell and Lindsay Foster
60 Valley Street, Unit 4, Providence
February 11 – March 11
Opening reception February 11 (6-9pm)


Public Domains at Chazan Gallery

Public Domains
Sammy Chong, Elizabeth Ferrill, Robert Morgan and Brian Shure
Chazan Gallery at Wheeler School
228 Angell Street, Providence
February 16 – March 8
Opening reception February 16 (6-8pm)
image: Robert Morgan, French Carousel Over Mass Pike (2009)