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United We Bargain, Divided We Beg: Zach Horn’s latest exhibit is inspired by union ideals

The Unions have been a part of Zach Horn’s life since childhood – his father was the president of the Cheltenham Educators’ Association, and his grandmother Bernice helped organize the Philadelphia public school teachers back in the early ’60s, joining a picket line and even spending a night in jail. “She taught me to see […]

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The People’s Pen: Print Like You Give A Damn Press proves protest posters’ power

As we enter the final stretch of pre-election frenzy, we are truly in a fight for the soul of this nation. With their current show, “State of Urgency” at Brown University’s Cohen Gallery, the Print Like You Give A Damn Press Collective has charged the front lines, armed with the power of words.  The Collective […]

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Beauty and the Grotesque: Soyoon Cha explores the dark side of human nature

Soyoon Cha’s art is a study in contradiction. Her photographs of models in the forest wearing diaphanous gowns seems something from a fairy tale. But some of her sculptures, installations and video projects feel fueled by nightmare. “With my artwork, I’ve always fixed on the shadow of the self through Jungian theory about how you […]

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Gone But Not Forgotten: RHD-RI participants reflect on the program’s legacy

After opening in a mill building in Pawtucket in 2004, RHD-RI quickly became a beacon in the local arts community. Artists with developmental disabilities used the space to work on their pieces, write music and discuss ideas. Creativity ran rampant throughout each room. The organization moved to a second mill building in Pawtucket in 2014 […]

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Turning a School Bus into Home, Sweet Home: Local woman escapes the rent economy for a home on wheels

Skyrocketing in popularity in the last year, TikTok is widely known as an app for Gen Z to learn dances and lip sync along to their favorite songs. For 26-year-old Ashlee Moffitt in West Warwick, it’s the app that got her 11 million views for buying a school bus and planning to live in it.  […]

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Homegrown Art: Creativity abounds in this gallery and nursery mash-up

Homegrown is an unexpected oasis on Providence’s East Side. Inside this unassuming building on Gano Street you’ll find airy, white-walled rooms, fragrant with greenery. An elegantly limned hummingbird and vine mural by artist Mary Linberg hovers on the wall above a display table lined with exotic plants and bonzai pots created by artist Paul Olson. […]

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