LUCKEY: a documentary Screening and Q&A

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Over the summer I visited the Providence Children’s Museum to see their new playspace, the Climber. This Wednesday, at the Cable Car, their is a screening of a documentary about the creators of the Climber and other children’s playspaces around the country, Tom and Spencer Luckey. Providence Children’s Museum presents two screenings of the provocative documentary film “LUCKEY” at Cable …

News & Notes – Art & Culture Edition

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It is all murals all the time here at Greater City: Providence! Andre emerges today on the Shepard Fairey mural on Aborn Street. Obey. The Providence Roller Derby sent us a video of them practicing earlier this week at the Skating Center in Kennedy Plaza: Their next home bout is Saturday the 14th at the Convention Center, check their website …

Film Screening, “Where Do the Children Play?” (03/30)

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Photo (cc) J. Stephen Conn Documentary and Discussion Ask ‘Where Do the Children Play?’ KINGSTON, RI – A provocative documentary film, “Where Do the Children Play?,” will be shown at a free public screening on Tuesday, March 30 from 7:00-9:00pm at the University of Rhode Island’s new Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences (Flagg Road, Kingston, RI 02881). The film …

“Handmade Nation” at Craftland (01/15)

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Handmade Nation at Craftland Friday, January 15, 2010 Two screenings: 6pm and 8pm! Seating begins 15 minutes prior to start time. Q+A with director Faythe Levine to follow the film. Tickets are $8 and include popcorn and one beverage! Faythe Levine traveled 19,000 miles to visually document what has emerged as a marriage between historical technique, punk culture, and the …

Event: “Waltz With Bashir,” David Polonsky Q&A at Avon

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This Wednesday at the Avon is the Providence premiere of the Golden Globe award winning (for Best Foreign Film) and Oscar nominated movie “Waltz with Bashir.” This dramatically animated Israeli film documents the filmmaker’s journey toward discovering the truth about an Israeli Army mission he participated in during the first Lebanon War of the early 1980s that left him with …