|The Gallery at Providence City Hall was created to showcase the work of local artists. It is open to the public during City Hall business hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm and is located on the second floor.|
|Offering space to artists and organizations that might not have a permanent gallery, the Gallery at City Hall exhibits an eclectic array of work that highlights the artistic and cultural diversity found in the Providence community.|
The City of Providence Mayor Angel Taveras and the Departments of Art, Culture + Tourism and Planning + Development, in partnership with the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA), are proud to announce the opening of The Artists of the R-Line, an exhibit showcasing original works by the artists featured along the R-Line, RIPTA's first Rapid Bus service. For the Art in Transit program, a signature component of the new transit service, the R-Line artists created art panels and seating that reflects the unique cultural heritage of North Main and Broad streets. The show at City Hall celebrates the individual makers behind the R-Line installations; work by Howie Sneider, Erik Ruin, Gage Prentiss, Tracy Silva Barbosa, Erik Carlson, Erik Gould, Michael Oliver Null, Jennifer Dalton Vincent, Lu Heintz, Anna Snyder, Timothy Ferland, Lee Charlie Corley, Kim Yasuda, Adam Bush, Sam Seidel, The Steel Yard and AS220 Youth will be on display.
Providence Mayoral Portraits
The portraits cover a 150-year period (1832 - 1991) and are the most complete collection of mayoral portraits in the United States. Framed biographies of each mayor are currently being installed adjacent to the portraits. More Info
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