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Sustainable Art Show Opens At AS220

November 3, 2008

Hey folks!
If you are in the Providence Rhode Island area come check out the SUSTAINABLE art show! Over 30 artists; including 10 Justseeds/Visual Resistance folks and over two dozen local Rhode Island artists! Prices range from $2- $300. AS220 is a non profit community arts space and performance space (it’s where I book shows! full time!) and is at 115 Empire Street. (http://www.as220.org)

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“Sustainable: Visions for a Living Planet”
Calling all dystopian and utopian visionaries and dreamers! What is your
vision of a sustainable future? How can humans co-exist peacefully with
our environment? What are your thoughts or responses to the theme of
sustainability? Are we doomed to annihilation? Will a greener city sprout
from our cracking pavements?

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This is a collaborative printmaking exhibition featuring 26 local RI
artists and 10 members of the Justseeds/ Visual Resistance Cooperative.
This show creates an opportunity for local and national printmakers to
engage in a visual dialog on the theme of sustainability.
Print prices range from $2 to $300. The average price is only around $40.
Affordable!
Artists include: Arley- Rose Torsone, Andrew Oesch, Beatrice McGeoch, Bec
Young, Ben Fino-Radin, Caroline Paquita, Chandler Hearn, Chris Stain,
Colin Matthes, Cybele Collins, Delia Kovac, Dylan Miner, Erik Ruin, Erin
Rosenthal & Leif Goldberg, Greg Pennisten, Heidi Born, Jay Zehngebot, Jen
Daltry, Jenine Bressner, Jola Bielat, Jomas Daconceicao, Josh MacPhee, Lu
Heintz, Mary Tremonte, Meg Turner, Meredith Stern, Michaela Colette, Mike
Taylor, Nicolas Lampert, Pete Yahnke, Scott Reber, Shawn Gilheeney,
Victoria Lockard, Wavelady, William Schaff

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