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slides: Artist Spotlight: Pawtucket’s Arts Marketplace

Thursday, August 29, 2013

 

This detail from a work by Pawtucket photographer Aaron Usher is just one of many fine works for sale next weekend at Arts Marketplace: Pawtucket.

The Second Annual Arts Marketplace: Pawtucket is coming in little over a week, open on Saturday and Sunday, September 7th and 8th from 10am to 4pm at the Pawtucket Armory Arts Center, 172 Exchange St, downtown Pawtucket. The Fine Art and American-made Crafts Show & Sale features the work of over 50 artists from throughout the region, who will display their work in individual booths. Categories include Art and Sculpture, Jewelry, Wearables, and Accessories.

This year, Arts Marketplace Pawtucket will team up with XOS – Exchange Street Open Studios, with over 50 artists participating in their studios at 5 local mill buildings nearby to the Armory. Both events are part of the month long celebration of the Pawtucket Arts Festival, with its long history celebrating the arts and traditions in the community.  

GoLocalProv has a sneak peek at 15 artists who'll be selling at the Marketplace... don't miss them and all the action next weekend in Pawtucket. 

 

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