Spirits, Spirituality, the Supernatural and Steampunk exhibit, October 4-29

Friday, October 29, 2021 at 9:00am to 9:00pm

URI Feinstein Providence, 1st and 2nd floor Lobby Gallery 80 Washington Street, Providence

URI Providence Campus Urban Arts and Culture Program presents 

 

Spirits, Spirituality, the Supernatural and Steampunk: from the sacred to the profane, October 4-29, Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm, Friday 9am-5pm.

Gallery Reception, Readings & Performances October 21st, 5-9pm. 

An exhibit in all media exploring all forms of spirituality, religious ritual, and the connections between spirituality and steampunk: the retro - science fiction and fantasy stemming from late 19th century gothic and silent films and multimedia performance. 

The exhibit will feature work by: Asher, Richard Bradley, Kelly Brown, Angel Cajigas-Arbelo, Jennifer Cahoon, Marc Coderre, Bill Comeau, the late Christiane Corbat, Anthony DiPalma, Melanie Ducharme, Ted DiLucia, Michael Dodge, John Fazzino, Joanne Ficorilli, Eran Fraenkel, Ricky Gagnon, Susan Garland, Danny Gelpieryn, Kristin Kest, David Koukol, Jason Robert LeClair, Nixon Leger, Kyle Machado, Thomas Marino, Sarina Mitchel, David Clyle Morse, The BIG NAZO Space Transformation Station, Erminio Pinique, Larry Reid, Joshua CJG Robinson, Rob Russo, Jade Sisti, Jacqueline Sylvia, Christopher Thomas, Reuven Wallack, and Glenn Webber.

Event Type

Exhibits

Audience

General Public

Colleges, Schools, and Units

Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies

Co-Sponsors

Urban Arts and Culture

Website

https://web.uri.edu/ceps/providence-c...

Cost

Free and Open to the Public

Twitter Hashtag

#uriartsandculture, urbanartsandculture, arts, providencearts

Contact Person

Steven Pennell

Contact Email

uri.artsandculture@gmail.com

Contact Phone

4012775206

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