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Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art

July 14, 2023 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Free
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Providence Curates–the first mentoring program of the Providence Biennial–announces concurrent exhibitions exploring the theme of Commemoration by two unique Providence curators.

Poiesis curated by Melaine Ferdinand-King | Remedy curated by Joel Rosario Tapia

Provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other.

The mission of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art is to generate curated exhibitions of contemporary art in Rhode Island that expose individuals and communities to transformative experiences, provoking new ways of seeing, thinking and engaging with each other. As an effort to strengthen curatorial practices, experienced board members mentor emerging curators and artists in realizing ambitious, creatively conceived, frequently social and environmental justice-themed exhibitions, installations or interventions.  

Providence Curates: Cultivating a Transformative Experiment

The core program proceeds from understanding art’s capacity to disrupt and transform conventions of perception and experience. Through close mentoring, opportunities are developed for the realization of distinctive and provocative curated projects. The guided collaboration identifies a network of resources to help curators initiate creative and strategic partnerships, while aligning with the context of varied host venues—whether institutional, nascent, or alternative spaces.

Details

Date:
July 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.providencebiennial.org/

Organizer

Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art
Phone
401.935.2249
Email
jtolnickchampa@gmail.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02908 United States
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
Melaine Ferdinand-King.jpg

Melaine Ferdinand-King

Joel Rosario Tapia.jpg

Joel Rosario Tapia