URI FEINSTEN CAMPUS GALLERY | 401.277.5206 | 80 Washington St, Providence | uri.edu/prov | Mon-Thurs 9 am-9 pm; Fri + Sat 9 am-5 pm

Through June 28: "The Annual State of the Arts: URI, RIC, CCRI" | A faculty, staff, and alumni exhibit

July 8-23: "Thomas F. Morrissey: A Retrospective Look," featuring more than 90 works from his five-decade career

WICKFORD ART ASSOCIATION GALLERY | 401.294.6840 | 36 Beach St, North Kingstown | wickfordart.org | Tues-Sat 11 am-3 pm; Sun 12-3 pm

June 7-23: "Juried Artist Members' Show"

June 28-July 14: "Art of the Ocean State," an open juried show

July 19-Aug 4: "All Media II," an open juried show

Aug 9-25: "Poetry & Art," an open juried show

Aug 30-Sept 15: "Anything Goes," an open juried show

YELLOW PERIL GALLERY | 401.861.1535 | 60 Valley St #5, Providence | yellowperilgallery.com | Thurs + Fri 3-8 pm; Sat + Sun 12-5 pm; other days by appointment or chance

Through June 16: "Flushing the System," new mixed media abstract works on canvas by S.W. Dinge

June 20-July 14: "im propia," video, performance, photography, and installation work by Raquel Paiewonsky

July 18-Aug 11: "Pre-Existing Condition," photographs and collages by Kathryn Parker Almanas


Museums

MUSEUM OF NEWPORT HISTORY | 401.841.8770 | 127 Thames St, Newport | newporthistory.org

Through June 7: "Hearth In Home: Keeping Warm In Early Newport" | June 7-Sept 2: "The Greatest Trial: Lincoln, Newport, and the Civil War," featuring Civil War-era artifacts and photographs

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ILLUSTRATION | 401.851.8949 | 492 Bellevue Ave, Newport | americanillustration.org | Sat + Sun 11 am-5 pm [guided tours Fri 3 pm]

Through Sept 1: "The American Muse," an homage to women of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with works by Charles Dana Gibson, Harrison Fisher, Philip Boileau, MacClelland Barclay, Howard Chandler Christy, James Montgomery Flagg, Henry Hutt, Walter Granville Smith, Paul Stahr, and Albert Beck Wenzell

NEWPORT ART MUSEUM | 401.848.8200 | 76 Bellevue Ave | newportartmuseum.org | Tues-Sat 11 am-4 pm; Sun 12-4 pm | Admission $10 adults; $8 seniors; $6 students + military with ID; free under 6

Through Aug 13: "New Works: Constructions of Form and Color by Alexander Zaklynsky" | Through Sept 2: "McDonald Wright: Rhythm Flows in the Moment," an exhibit of photographs

Through Sept 8: "Marion Carry: An Art Educator Remembered"

Through Sept 15: "NetWorks 2011/2012," a project showcasing and recording the work, achievements, methods, and profiles of Rhode Island artists, with works by Andrew Moon Bain, Nilton Cardenas, Barnaby Evans, Nancy Friese, Philip J. Jameson, Shawn Kenney, Scott Lapham, Janet Prip, Andrew Raftery, Duane Slick, Esther Solondz, Mark Taber, and Laura Travis [2011] and Kate Blacklock, Brian Chippendale, Wendy Edwards, Richard Fishman, Lucas Foglia, Corey Grayhorse, Bunny Harvey, Tayo Heuser, Eugene Lee , Meg Little, Jane Masters, and John Udvardy [2012]

RISD MUSEUM | 401.454.6500 | 224 Benefit St, Providence | risdmuseum.org | Tues-Sun 10 am-5 pm [Thurs until 9 pm] | Admission $12; $10 seniors; $5 college students, $3 ages 5-18; free every Sun 10 am–1 pm

Through June 16: "Lists: To-dos, Illustrated Inventories, Collected Thoughts, and Other Artists' Enumerations from the Smithsonian's Archives of American Art"

Through June 30: "Double-and-Add," works by Angela Bulloch, Anthony McCall, and Haroon Mirza

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