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The Pawtucket Arts Collaborative congratulates the winners

in the TEXT Juried Exhibition running through October 30th


Nick McKnight, First Prize

(Screaming Internally)


Kristen Dettoni, Second Prize for

"Braille Series I" and "Residency"


Scott Waldinger (aka SW Dinge), Third Prize

for "Escape"


Patricia Figueroa, Honorable Mention

for "We Are Here, IV"



We are pleased to announce the names of artists taking part in this show! Congratulations!

The artists are: James Barfoot, Sandra K Basile, Annie Bocel, Dan Borden, Paul Briggs, Mary Belden Brown, Peter Campbell, Barbara Canning, Cathy Chin, Lin Collette, Kristen Dettoni, Cynthia DiDonato, SW Dinge, Kelley Donnelly, Robert Easton, Patricia Figueroa, Eran Fraenkel, Camille Gregorian, Mandy Howe, Elizabeth Jacobs, Bonnie Jaffe, Marc Jaffe, Beth Johnston, Iwona Lapczyk, Barbara Larned, Andrew Laverty, Gina Lerman, Adam Lima, Tracy Mahaffey, Nick McKnight, Irina Matinyan, Filipe Miguel, Thomas Monahan, Jamie Murphy Hlynsky, Steven Petsche, Alison Plump, Kendra Ricci, Betsy Ritz, Joan Rollins, Beverly Silva, Robert Snowden, Alexandra Spano, Thomas J Terceira, John Trainor, Barbara N Wheeler, Nancy Whitcomb and Adrienne Wooster.


The Pawtucket Arts Collaborative invites you

to visit our Fall Juried Show:

TEXT: 

Works Containing or About Words and Language

Top Prize $500, 2nd Place $250, and 3rd Place $100

Show Opens Thursday September 15th, 2022, 5:30-7:30 

With guest juror: Dan Wood 

Words and images have been used to communicate for thousands of years. Written language and imagery expanded the world and filled it with stories and information able to span tribes, cities, oceans, and time. While the styles developed differently all over the world displaying a wide variety of diversity. To this day, we are still experimenting: from comic books, to graffiti, multi-media works, advertising, word-based artists and many more, we are still exploring and finding new modes to communicate… 


    ABOUT THE JUROR 


    Dan Wood is an artist and printer living in Providence, Rhode Island. After a brief stint studying history at McGill University, he received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1994, where he is now a Senior Critic in printmaking.

    He has continued his education in printing ever since, learning the craft of offset lithographic and letterpress printing in commercial print shops from Washington, D.C. to Providence, Rhode Island. He established Garbaszawa Press in 1994, and re-inaugurated it as DWRI Letterpress in 2002, working collaboratively with other artists, designers, local businesses, non-profits, and others looking for fine letterpress printing.

    He is currently an Art and City Life Commissioner for the City of Providence, and his work can be found in private and public collections, including The New York Public Library, The RISD Museum, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, Wheaton College, and the Museum of Printing in Haverhill, Mass, among others.

    A strong believer in the community building element of art making, he has spent much of the last two years casting type documenting our strange times via The Linotype Daily.

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelinotypedaily/

    Website: https://dwriletterpress.net


    For the second time this year, La Beauté sauvera le monde returns to the beautiful

    Pawtucket Arts Collaborative space and invites you to come 

    and discoverthe work of Pascal Honoré,

    to revitalize yourselves in this teeming green universe,

    and to immerse yourselvesin its incredible golden brown colors.


    “Step into the incandescent red, dive into the liquid gold,

    dream on this serpentine line that never ends” (Philippe Filliot).

    For the duration of this event featuring more than thirty works,

    Paule Khoury welcomes you to come

    discuss the artist and his work










    PAC is proud to present a solo show by Rhode Island artist Shawn Duff. The show opened on June 30th and continues through July 17.

    Today you can see PAC artist Shawn Duff's solo show at our Gallery, 560 Mineral Spring Avenue in Pawtucket.

    Shawn has been painting for many years and his exhibition is called "Shawnscapes.  He says that much of his work evokes oceanic images and landscapes but none are illustrations of real-life locations. He mostly is drawn to painting purely imagined depictions of the sea and recently began exploring land-locked imageryl.

    The remaining days/hours of the show are:

    Saturday July 9th and Sunday July 10th from 1pm-5pm


         

    And the Prize Winners in the 14th Pawtucket Foundation Show are:

    Bruna D'Alessandro

    First Prize

            


    Lydia M. Kinney

    Second Prize



    Peter Campbell

    Third Prize

    Fu'Una

    Honorable Mention


    Sonja Czekalski

    Honorable Mention


    Casey Dana

    Honorable Mention


    Congratulations to the Winners!

    You can view the entire exhibition at

    Pawtucket Arts Collaborative - 2022 Foundation Show (wildapricot.org)



    ONGOING PAC EVENTS

    Drawing sessions 

    Open figure drawing Saturdays year round except for show setup weekends.

    Fees are $12 for non-members, $10 for members. 

    All sessions are from 10am to 1pm Saturdays.    

    Sessions usually include a 20 minute warm-up with multiple  short poses followed by 20 minute poses with breaks.   Interested artists should contact  Frank at  fjlstudio33@gmail.com with questions or to be added to the weekly reminder as well as any late cancellation notifications. 

    Chairs are provided but we ask attendees to bring their own easels if possible. Materials are not provided.


    (life drawing session at Cornell University, mid 20th century)


    Portrait Drawing Sessions 

    PAC is offering a weekly Wednesday portrait drawing session from 1:00-4:00pm

    This is not a class and you must bring your own supplies and easel. Chairs are provided. The session is in the PAC gallery, first floor, in the Lorraine Mills complex, 560 Mineral Spring Avenue in Pawtucket. Handicapped access in front, parking in the side lot--the door leads to the basement and one must climb stairs to the first floor.

    It’s an informal, comfortable atmosphere and beginners are welcome.

    We are always looking for models. For more information please contact Kathy Weber at Kathy@weberstudio.com or Tom Jamison at downthistle@aol.com

    Portrait by Kathy Weber

    The Pawtucket Arts Collaborative is dedicated to supporting, promoting and developing the highest level of the arts for the community and its artists. We do this by creating awareness, education and involvement through our members.


    History

    On October 25, 2000, 25 artists led by Pat Zacks met at the Slater Mill for the first time to establish goals, bylaws, membership dues, a mission statement, a logo, and a web site and formed Pawtucket Arts Collaborative. To read more about PAC's history, year by year, click here.

    Gallery Hours

    Sundays 11am-2pm

    Partners/Sponsors

    Please support the sponsors that support us:

                    

    PAC thanks the City of Pawtucket for the generous Arts Organizational Grant

     PAC Mill Gallery:

    560 Mineral Spring Avenue, Pawtucket RI 02860 Mailing address: Pawtucket Arts Collaborative PO Box # 966 Pawtucket, Rhode Island 02862


    Gallery Hours: 

    Sundays 11am-2pm


    Address:
    560 Mineral Spring Ave
    Pawtucket, Rhode Island 02860

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