Intimacy and Isolation in Providence: Oral Histories in a Changing Space

February 27, 2005 to April 14, 2005
Carriage House Gallery, 47 Power Street

"Intimacy and Isolation in Providence" is an oral history exhibit featuring the images and voices of 17 Providence artists and institution builders. The exhibition, curated by Brown students and designed by students from Rhode Island School of Design, was initially developed in the fall of 2004 at Brown in an American civilization course, "Theory and Methods of Oral History", taught by Paul Buhle, senior lecturer.

Brown students Monica Martinez ’06, Nolan Shutler ’06, and John Butler ’07 curated the exhibition; RISD students Jannah Townsend and Shraddha Aryal designed the display. The featured Providence artists are Raffini, Barnaby Evans, Paul Iannelli, Peter Eiermann, Paula Hunter, Nancy Fuller, Jose Pinera, Xander Marro, Lynette Labinger, John Roney, Lynn Ho, Richard Fishman, Edward Zaretsky, Matthew Barros, Michael Gaughan, Milton Stanzler, and Ruth Frisch Dealy.