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Arts & Culture
On the fringe of the financial district, Knead Doughnuts has begun to satisfy the sweet tooth of Providence’s downtown denizens.
TAPS organized Writing is Live, a festival of cross-genre theatrical exploration that seeks to go past the typical play format.
Opera productions set in the middle of Times Square. A twelve-hour performance of Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro. Giant horse costumes dancing in a circle.
At just 27 years old, Akaela “Kaely” Michels-Gualtieri ’20 has volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician aboard ambulances in various cities.
Artistic protest is almost always an exercise in futility — a medium that easily devolves into one-track cliches which cease to uncover any greater truth.
“I should be Poseidon,” a new collection of pictures and prose, seamlessly blends in with the first floor of Rhode Island Hall.
What does “supreme love” have to do with social justice movements?
Tucked away behind the Rhode Island School of Design Art Museum is another museum of sorts.