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MAIN GALLERY

The Main 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 Main Gallery at City Hall exhibits an eclectic array of work that highlights the artistic and cultural diversity found in the Providence community.


PROVIDENCE 3AM TO 7AM, WINTER:
PHOTOGRAPHY FROM STUART WINDOW

ON VIEW: September 9th - November 18th, 2016

RECEPTION: September 22nd, 2016 | 5pm - 7pm

"Architectural photography is, for me, the natural extension of landscape photography. The photograph captures distinct moments in time and place. I adore Providence and Rhode Island for the vast array of natural lighting conditions that occur in and around this state - conditions you can react to and capture. Some require patience and planning, revisiting moments again and again. Over late nights and early mornings in the winter that carried us from 2015 to 2016, I walked around downtown Providence and along its river to photograph some of what most endears the city to me." - Stuart Window


MAYOR ELORZA'S COMMUNITY GALLERY

Mayor Elorza's Community Gallery, in the Tax Collector's Office (Room 203), is a space within City Hall dedicated to Providence community groups and nonprofit organizations using arts and cultural programming as an expression of their core values.
Mayor Elorza's Community Gallery showcases artwork created as a way to deepen the public's understanding of important social issues and as expressions of community healing, and works created by students of all ages.


NEW EXHIBIT COMING SOON



ART LEAGUE OF RI POCKET GALLERY

The City of Providence and Mayor Jorge O. Elorza have partnered with the Art League of Rhode Island (ALRI) to transform an administrative office area in Providence City Hall into a gallery space which showcases the work of ALRI elected members.
The gallery space, located outside of Mayor Elorza's office, is rotated on a bi-annual basis. Part of ALRI's mission is to provide a venue for the growth and encouragement of artists and to promote high standards in the visual arts.


Works of Audrey Monahan, Paul M. Murray and David DeMelim
On View: Ongoing


PERMANENT COLLECTION

Featured in Providence City Hall's permanent collection are portraits of Providence's mayors over the years. The portraits are located throughout Providence City Hall.
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 installed adjacent to the portraits.



Alice K. Miles, a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, is shown restoraing a portrait in the hallway of the fifth floor of Providence City Hall to allow the public and students to view her work and ask questions about the restoration process. More Info




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