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A new signature event
for the Creative Capital!
June 11-14, 2015
Discover the city center as
it comes to life with firsts
in arts, music and spectacle
Experience an extravaganza of
performances & installations
throughout the city
Save the date: June 11-14
2015 Providence International
Arts Festival
Coming next: World Premiere
Lostwax Multimedia Dance
Zoologic
Artistic Icons Series
at The Vets: Mummenschanz,
Philip Glass, & Noche Flamenca
FirstWorks
connecting art with audiences
in Providence, Rhode Island
FirstWorks Arts-Learning
introduces Regina Carter
to Rhode Island music students
FirstWorks Arts-Learning
Jazz at Lincoln Center
connect students to The Jazz Age
Enrich the lives of children
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Thursday, October 2, 7pm
191 Westminster Street Gallery

Artist-Up-Close:
Pixilerations

Join special Pixilerations guest artists Heidi Kumao and Gail Wight for a discussion of their work and the state of New Media and interactive art.






tickets
Free

   "Pixilerations is a wired, wonderful world."
The Providence Journal

Thursday, October 2, 6-9pm
Sol Koffler Gallery

Pixilerations [v.5]:
fragments & (w)holes

A mind-bending showcase of multimedia art presented with Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design, Pixilerations investigates the state of New Media arts through installations, concerts and video screenings. Pixilerations [v.5] explores fragments & (w)holes and features guest artists Heidi Kumao and Gail Wight. This one-of-a-kind Rhode Island event is curated from an international call for works by leading experts. Exhibitions, concerts and screenings are free.


tickets
Free

   "Pixilerations is a wired, wonderful world."
The Providence Journal

Thursday, October 2, 8pm
RISD Auditorium

Lo Còr de la Plana

FRANCE - U.S. PREMIERE TOUR

With deep Mediterranean roots, African influences and touches of Gregorian chant, Lo Cóór de la Plana (pronounced Loo cooar day la plan) stirs the soul. From the quarter of La Plaine in Marseilles, of this all-male vocal ensemble are accompanied by rhythmic percussions, "œpicaments" of their feet and "œbataments" of their hands. Singing in the medieval Occitan language of southern France, the groups intricate a cappella harmonies transcend translation with lively songs that soar between the dissonant and the sacred.

Evening JumpStart pre-show performance, 7:15pm

   "Rich chordal harmonies and joyfully ricocheting counterpoint."
New York Times

 

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