- Bannister Gallery and Exhibitions
Bannister Gallery was dedicated in November 1978 in honor of Edward Mitchell Bannister, a notable nineteenth-century Black artist and Providence resident.
The gallery aims to present a diverse set of art that ranges from traditional media, like painting and sculpture, to more contemporary formats, including photography, graphic design, and digital media. Exhibitions are selected by the Bannister Gallery Committee, which is made up of the Gallery Director and members of the Art Department Faculty.
The gallery strives to create an inclusive environment for the public with the aim of building relationships between the arts community of Rhode Island and the larger art world. Each exhibition is on display for three to four weeks and usually include a public lecture by the artist(s) or other related programs. Learn how to submit an exhibition proposal.
Rhode Island College 2-D Faculty Exhibition
On view August 31-September 22, 2023. Opening reception Thursday, August 31st, 4-6 PM.