& open to
212 Huxley Avenue
Providence, RI 02918
Reilly Gallery at the Smith Center for the Arts
Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery at Hunt-Cavanagh Hall
or by → appointment requested via email:
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.
There are no upcoming programs.
- New Ground: Selections from Wingate StudioSeptember 6–
March 2, 2024Hunt-Cavanagh GalleryOver its more than thirty-five-year history, Wingate Studio’s print workshop in New Hampshire has built an expansive publishing program to include artists of international acclaim, many of whom are included in this exhibition. Wingate Studio continues to work in both modalities of printing editions for other publishers and galleries and publishing its own prints in collaboration with contemporary artists.Visit Exhibition Page
- Cammie Staros: Unearthing the SkyNovember 1–
March 2, 2024Reilly Gallery, Smith Center for the ArtsFeaturing a range of work spanning 2016 - 2021, which include investigations in ceramics, neon, and stone. Staros’ dynamic sculptures and installations mine Classical antiquities and the contexts in which we view them.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
Providence Arts & Letters
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