On February 5, 2018, The Department of Art, Culture + Tourism joined Mayor Jorge Elorza, The Avenue Concept, and RIPTA officials to celebrate a series of new temporary public sculptures installed on Kennedy Plaza by Peruko Ccopacatty. The four metal sculptures, on view through June 2018, are the first significant original public art works to be installed in the Plaza since the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in 1871 (the adjacent “Hiker” was a replica). A full series of figures created by Ccopacatty had originally been created 20 years ago for the plaza, but were never installed. The new installation features a 14’ angel fashioned from reused car bumpers, a 7’ man built from reclaimed stainless steel, and two 6’ llamas sculpted from scrap metal. Read more
Start the New Year with your Studio or Business in a new Storefront/Retail Space on Washington Street on the West Side of Providence. This street level space is Zoned C2 and a great “off Broadway” location with upscale cafes and businesses located nearby. Ideal opportunity for an artist’s creative space together with a brick and mortar storefront. Possible floral, fashion, bookstore, art gallery, Yoga, art, writing, designer, architect, commercial printer, illustrator, photographer, non-profit or creative studio. Great Artist’s Studio for work and retail Space.
Street frontage with large store front display window, 2 rooms with appro Read more
The Director of Education will be the educational leader at CityArts, responsible for planning and implementing multidisciplinary performing and visual arts programs at three public middle schools and in our community studios on Providence’s southside.