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Jamilee Polson Lacy
PC Galleries Director and Curator

PC Galleries
Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery at Hunt-Cavanagh Hall,
Reilly Gallery at the Smith Center for the Arts
Providence College
Providence, RI 02918
401-865-2418

Hours
Wednesday - Saturday, 12:00-6:00pm
Or by appointment. 
(unless otherwise noted and when classes are in session)
 
Admission: Free and open to the public.
 
 
Parking: Free. Enter Eaton St. Gate
 
 
Public Transit: RIPTA 55 Admiral/Providence College

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Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery


Check back for more information soon.

Next Exhibition:

Axis Mundi
New Work by Gina Ochiogrosso, Anne Austin Pearce, Frank Poor and Jonathan Sharlin
February 4 - March 21, 2015

Class and Group Tours 
PC Galleries offers guided tours for classes and groups of all ages. Class and group tours are free of charge but require reservation. For more information, to discuss the specific needs and interests of your class or group, and/or to schedule a tour of Helsingistä, please contact PC Galleries at pcgalleries@providence.edu.

  

About PC Galleries
PC Galleries at Providence College 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, PC Galleries support the educational, service and community-oriented mission of the College with dynamic visual arts presentations, including those that foster audience participation, cross-departmental collaboration at the College and cultural exchange at local, national and international levels. PC 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.
 
  
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