10 Most Endangered Properties Photography Exhibit
Back by popular demand, the PPS Most Endangered Properties Photography Exhibit took place in the atrium of The Peerless Building, 150 Union Street (Westminster and Eddy Streets) in downtown Providence. Professional photographers generously donated their time to PPS to creatively capture all of this year’s Most Endangered Properties. The exhibit was a wonderful way to communicate PPS’s advocacy efforts through art.
The Most Endangered Properties List is one of PPS’s most respected programs which helps to call attention to significant historic and architectural resources citywide that are endangered by threats such as deterioration, insufficient funds, insensitive public policy and inappropriate development — problems that frequently jeopardize properties throughout Providence.
The atrium of The Peerless Building is managed by Cornish Associates in cooperation with the Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island. A reception on Thursday, October 18, a Gallery night, marked the exhibit’s opening. PPS also hosted a closing reception on Friday, November 9, 5:00- 8:00 p.m. For more information about the Most Endangered Program, call (401) 831-7440.
Michael Cevoli, David Ellis, Stephanie Ewens, Peter Goldberg, Erik Gould, Matt Kierstead assisted by Alyssa Wood and Mardo Atoyan, Scott Lapham, Brian McDonald, Frank Mullin, David Simione, and Olivia Sauerwein Winter.
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