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212 Huxley Avenue
Providence, RI 02918
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PCG’s Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery at Hunt-Cavanagh Hall and Reilly Gallery at the Smith Center for the Arts are both located on the East side of Providence College’s campus. Please find a campus map here, and note that public safety officers at the Huxley Avenue Gate can guide visitors to the galleries upon entry into campus.
Accessible parking is to the East of each building. Additional parking near the buildings is limited; however, unlimited parking is available in the Anderson Stadium Parking Garage located to the West of the Huxley Avenue Gate entrance. Walking between parking and the galleries takes approximately 5-7 minutes.
- The Carriers: Joiri Minaya and Anne Austin PearceOctober 27–
February 26, 2022PCG's Reilly Gallery, Smith Center for the ArtsThis exhibition features two artists whose works question the colonial urges and histories around collecting, controlling and owning nature.Visit Exhibition Page
- Art History SelectsSeptember 29–
February 26, 2022Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery at Hunt-Cavanagh HallIn this exhibition, Providence College’s own art historians identify how contemporary artworks reference visual culture that spans a range of eras, from the ancient world to the present day.Visit Exhibition Page
- Geographically Indeterminate FantasiesOnlinePCG's inaugural online exhibition showcases the work of more than 25 artists who use animated GIFs to present fully-realized environments.Visit Exhibition Page
- Community Perspectives: Women & Gender in PCG’s Art CollectionJanuary 27, 2022Various LocationsPCG will present various PC community members and their perspectives on women’s and gender issues as they relate to the visual arts and the our burgeoning contemporary art collection.Visit Program Page
Providence Arts & Letters
Jan 20, 2022