Most Endangered Properties Traveling Exhibit heads to the Wayland Neighborhood
After its successful debut at the John Nicholas Brown Center on College Hill, the photography exhibit is traveling to the Twist on Angell Restaurant at 500 Angell Street near Wayland Square in Providence.
The exhibit will be on display January 4- 31
Twist will host an opening reception featuring creative appetizers on Thursday, January 10, 5:30- 7:30 p.m. The reception is open to the public and all are encouraged to attend.
The Most Endangered Properties Traveling Exhibit includes a selection of the best photographs from the Most Endangered Properties Gallery Exhibit and features images and status updates for all eleven properties on the 2007 PPS Most Endangered List. The goal of the Traveling Exhibit is to eventually reach all twenty-five Providence neighborhoods. The show will be on display in public spaces such as cafes, galleries, and colleges.
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Michael Cevoli, David Ellis, Stephanie Ewens, Peter Goldberg, Erik Gould, Matt Kierstead assisted by Alyssa Wood and Mardo Atoyan, Scott Lapham, Brian McDonald, Frank Mullin, David Simione, and Olivia Sauerwein Winter
This is the mini version of a very nice show. I have had the honor to be part of this program since its inception. Stop in to Twist and check it out.