WEDNESDAY APRIL 25
Crankies & Ballads: Annikki Dawn / Ruin/Mori/Reber
7PM (On-time start!)
$5-10 sliding scale donation
Old time fiddler Anna Roberts-Gevalt, ballad singer Elizabeth LaPrelle and shadow puppeteer Katherine Fahey combiyne forces to present an innovative show that combines mountain stories, music, and illustrated scrolls called crankies, handmade of quilted cloth, of ink and linoleum prints and of candlelit paper cuts.
Ruin/Mori/Reber: Shadow narratives break, bend, distort- electronics- bowed bass- overhead projectors. Visual artist Erik Ruin with musicians Sakiko Mori (Daily Life) and Scott Reber (Work/Death).
There will also be fancy signed silkscreen event posters by Erik Ruin and William Schaff for sale the night of the show!
FRIDAY APRIL 27
Closing Celebration for the Reanimation Library Carpenter St Branch
Featuring the first-ever Providence Edible Books Festival*
Visit the Library one last time. Make some copies, scan some images, enjoy new work on view created by library visitors.
*The Edible Book Festival is organized in conjunction with the International Edible Book Festival, which has been held in 23 countries since its creation in 2000. What does an “edible book” even look like? How do you make one? That’s for you to decide! Find images, inspiration, and information online! Bring your creations and your appetite.
FRIDAY APRIL 27
Frequency Providence Poetry Reading
Featuring food, wine, high-class seltzer, music, and the words of Winter/Spring 2012 Frequency Workshop writers.
THURSDAY MAY 3
Opening: Shark Gone, Glitter Shine (New work by Marguerite Keyes)
Marugeritte Keyes explores a childhood encounter with a shark through delicate sculpture, costume and three public events for children and adults.
More information on open hours and events here.