Our gallery will become an interactive gallery during the month of August 2017. What does that mean?
• Drumming and and Open Air Cultural Bazaar on Saturdays, which will include the sale of Latin American artisan items and books created or written by local Latino artists. Artists demonstrations such as wooden carving, spray paint art and jewelry making.
• Art classes for beginners: There will be a nominal fee to cover arts supplies and to pay our instructors.
Dates: Saturdays August 12 and August 26, 2017 • 11am to 1pm
No entrance fee for Cultural Bazaar & Interactive Art | Family-Friendly Events & Activities
Sign Up for Art Classes for beginners: $10 per person - first lesson is FREE
Sign Up for Latin Drumming Sessions for mid-level to beginners: $10 per person - first lesson is FREE. Please bring your own drum.
Location: La Galería del Pueblo back lot. No rain dates.
FREE admission to come inside to view the current art installation & exhibition.
At La Galería: Puerto Rican Santos carving demonstration by
Yidell Rivera and Lydia Pérez, with Master Carver Carlos Santiago Arroyo.
Friday, June 16, 2017
Saturday, June 17, 2017
FREE and open to the public
Join us. Bring a dish. We will provide the coffee. Music. Conversation. Art.
At La Galería: Artist demonstration by Dominican artist, Argelis Almonte.
Watch how he demonstrates watercolor techniques, ask questions, bring your own art supplies and join us!
Saturday, April 1, 2017 | 12-2PM
Cecilia Zabala from Buenos Aires, Argentina, singer and composer will be performing an intimate concert at the Brooklyn Coffee & Tea House (209 Douglas Ave, Providence, RI) on February 11th at 6PM.
Join us for a meet & greet and preview of her music. Purchase her CD and if we’re lucky, she will perform a song or two for us.
Friday | February 10, 2017
La Galería del Pueblo | 2154 Broad St. Cranston, RI 02905
FREE and open to the public | Donations accepted
For more information about the 2/11 concert, call (518) 728-1709.
As a fierce ice storm rips through northern Minnesota, Katy and her mother wait restlessly for her father’s ship to return to their harbor in Duluth, Minnesota. Katy even creates her own secret code to help bring her father home safely. Storm Codes vividly combines historically based illustrations with nautical terms and descriptions. On ships, each flag means a different letter, and flags together can spell words.
Learn more from the book's illustrator, Christina Rodriguez, and how you can spell out your own secret code using colored flags.
Book reading and activities for young people, ages 6-10
Saturday, February 4, 2017 | Stop by any time between 12:00 - 2:00 PM
FREE • Donations accepted