For detailed information on Providence College—Galleries exhibitions, events and more, please visit the Providence College—Galleries' website:
The Providence College community benefits from the Providence College—Galleries program, which consists of year round exhibitions and events within two gallery spaces and beyond. Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery is housed at the heart of the Art and Art History Department in Hunt-Cavanagh Hall, while Reilly Gallery, named in honor of benefactors Robert F. Reilly '42D and Mary Anne Reilly, is alongside the Black Friar's Theatre and PC Concert Hall in The Smith Center for The Arts. The galleries at PC exhibit a wide range of works in varied styles and media, created by students, faculty, and visiting artists.
Providence College—Galleries present exhibitions and public programs focusing on contemporary art, innovative artistic practice and interdisciplinary cultural activity. Operating within two gallery spaces as part of the Department of Art & Art History, the Galleries support the educational, service and community-oriented mission of the College with dynamic visual arts productions, including those that foster audience participation, cross-departmental collaboration at the College and cultural exchange at local, national and international levels. The Galleries ultimately strive to produce projects by artists and intellectuals who demonstrate how and why creative practitioners are vital forces in promoting diversity and shaping contemporary global culture.
All PC Galleries exhibitions and public programs are free and open to the public.
Image above: James Janecek's J.X.E. 304BY (detail), 2013, Intaglio Etching on Chine Colle, 22"x22"