Anne Mulhall, LDI Promo/Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County/Al’s Moving Minds

Anne Mulhall, LDI Promo/Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County/Al’s Moving Minds

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Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County Commemorates 40 Years with Rubies and Rodeo Gala Celebration

(Wakefield, RI) October is designated as “Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” and DVRCSC is commemorating this Ruby anniversary with a dinner and auction on Friday, October 26, 2018.

The event, which will run from 6:30pm to 10:30pm, will be held at the Quidnessett Country Club in North Kingstown. This fun-filled night will feature music by the band SUGAR, a silent auction, hors d’oeuvres, food stations and sweet treats. Guests are encouraged to dress in festive, event themed attire.

Mary Roda, Executive Director of the DVRCSC, notes that she is “very proud of work the DVRCSC has accomplished over the past 40 years. The community has always generously supported the agency’s efforts to serve the complex needs of domestic violence victims. All of the agency’s services – court, residential, clinical – are provided free of charge regardless of the clients’ ability to pay. None of this would be possible without the commitment from our donors.” It is anticipated that this Gala event will generate over $100,000, all of which will be designated for agency programming.

In 1978, a group of young mothers met around a kitchen table to explore women’s issues in their community. With no paid staff and no equipment, these visionaries opened the Battered Women’s Project in the annex of the Hope Valley Baptist Church and incorporated as the Women’s Resource Center of Wood River. Today, in 2018, The Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County (DVRCSC) marks 40 years of providing a comprehensive range of services for victims of domestic violence and their children. DVRCSC is the only agency in Washington County that specifically addresses the needs of abuse victims. A majority of clients have incomes of less than $10,000/year. Last fiscal year, the DVRCSC provided over 7,100 services to nearly 1,100 clients. Over 3,700 bednights were provided in both the Safe Home and Permanent Supportive Housing Units.

Please contact Jessie Kenyon, Director of Development, for more information regarding individual ticket purchase as well as sponsorship opportunities. www.dvrcsc.org

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Public Service Announcement
Interviews contact: Anne Mulhall 401.226.4677 office@ldiprom.com
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LDI Unlimited
Saturday January 20, 2018 1p
On Camera Acting Workshops
50 Park Lane
Providence RI 02907

ON CAMERA ACTING CLASSES

Winter Workshops 2018

Have you ever wanted to be in the movies? Whether it’s a passing interest or a career choice, this is the time to start!

Make your New Year Resolution today.

Introductory Industry Event on January 20 kicks off the workshops, covering the local film opportunities, how to get started, identifying a scam from the real deal and on- camera audition demonstrations.

Workshops for Adults, Teens and Children. Many scheduling opportunities for the beginner to the experienced actors.

Private coaching is also available by appointment.

LDI Casting has been casting film and tv projects throughout Rhode Island and New England for the past 15 years. Showtime’s BROTHERHOOD, Disney’s UNDERDOG, Wes Anderson’s MOONRISE KINGDOM, THE DISCOVERY starring Robert Redford and POLKA KING starring Jack Black to name a few.

Visit the website to register for the WINTER WORKSHOPS today!

For Private Coaching: email office@ldipro.com

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This organization is volunteer run.  No paid staff, no paid board.  We absolutely cannot do this without the caring, fun and funny volunteers.

If you are interested in being an “Al’s Pal” – let us know.

Training is FREE and the commitment is minimal and flexible.  Find out more – anne@alsmovingminds.org

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Upcoming Events

Art Camp:

May 7, 2016

Contact number:

401.226.2677

 

Board Members

Diane Rowles, Ameriprise

Doreen Putnam, CDP – DCPutnam Consulting

Ed Mastriano, Cox Media

Ginny Shea, Owner – Mixed Media Publicity & Promotion

Jeanine Callanan

Laura Rhue, Nurse Practitioner – Elmhurst Extended Care

Lisa Puglia

Scott Seaback, President – RI Temps, Inc.


Regional Leaders

Angela Ryding, Kent County – kentcounty@alsmovingminds.org

Brenda Chiviarini – Providence County – providencecounty@alsmovingminds.org

Amanda Blattner – Bristol County – bristolcounty@alsmovingminds.org

Kim Stamoulis – Newport County – newportcounty@alsmovingminds.org


Advisory Council

Judge Frank Caprio

Anthony Ambrosino

Virtual Board Members

A.J. Mulhall – California

Sarah Slattery – New York

Sam Pannier – Maine

Carlyne Fournier – Massachusetts


 

Rhythm & Roots Festival

Rhythm & Roots Festival

 

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Interviews contact: Ginny Shea MIXED MEDIA T: 401.942.8025
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Rhythm & Roots Festival Celebrates 22nd Anniversary
Ninigret Park, Charlestown, RI
 September 4,5,6 2020
Labor Day Weekend

Rhythm & Roots Festival Early-Bird Tickets Available Jan. 15

The 23rd annual Rhythm & Roots Festival tickets will go on sale Jan. 15. Last year’s festival had the perfect weather, music, dancing, camping, food and fun that turned Charlestown’s Ninigret Park into a massive reunion. This year’s festival, set for Sept. 4, 5 and 6 over Labor Day weekend, will surely deliver all that and more.

Give yourself, or a loved one, something to look forward to this winter. Early-bird tickets will be available online Jan. 15 at the lowest price all year. Three-day tickets, with camping, are available at a cost of $175.  

We’re busy planning the lineup for this year’s festival. Confirmed acts thus far include Rhiannon Giddens (of Carolina Chocolate Drops fame), Richard Thompson, Uprooted featuring Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root, Keller Williams, Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys, Trigger Hippy, Donna the Buffalo, Amythyst Kiah and Tami Neilsen just to name a few. More stellar artists will be announced in the coming months.

We’ve decided to return to our tradition of beginning the music at 5 p.m. on Friday, with bands performing on the main stage and dance tent. The gate opens at 4 p.m. Ticket prices have been adjusted to reflect the shorter day. The Saturday and Sunday schedule will remain the same as in the past. Festival hours are: Friday 4 p.m. to midnight, Saturday and Sunday 12 p.m. to midnight. Music begins at 5 p.m. Fri. and 1 p.m. Sat. and Sun.

As the festival evolves, so does traditional music. Year after year, the two dozen or so bands who perform at Rhythm & Roots prove that roots music never stands still, so get your tickets early. These low prices are good for a short time, and tickets sell out quickly.

For information on tickets and camping go to www.rhythmandroots.com, or call 401-783-3926. 

 

Vincent Castaldi

Vincent Castaldi

mixed media artist/painter

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Artist Statement

YouTube: Providence Art Club Short Documentary, Drawing Demo

Radio: Orlando Sentinel (Beyond the Diagnosis mentioned), WHYY

Publicity: KQEN News Radio, Middletown Transcript, Rare Disease Report,  CBS News Sunday Morning, Find Your Cool, NBC10, Cranston Herald/Warwick Beacon

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Updates from mixed media artist Vincent Castaldi

Click here to watch the video!

 

While the Covid pandemic is not over we are starting to see glimmers of hope in restrictions being eased and familiar places that we used to frequent gradually opening up again.
We also see that optimism in the loved ones that maybe we haven’t been able to see for a while, or have only seen through the lens of a phone or computer until now.
I call them the faces of hope and they are the ones who will get us through to the other side of this unprecedented period.
They are also the inspiration for the images in my newest collection of works.
My hope is that in these faces you see the optimism and inspiration you need to get yourself through as you continue Riding the Covid Coaster.

Vinny Castaldi

 

12/5 All Is Bright holiday shop Encore at CAV + 12/6 Gamm Theatre Exhibit

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About Vincent Castaldi

Born and raised in Rhode Island, there has never been a time when Vincent Castaldi was not an artist, following the muse; studying fine art, drawing, pottery.  In junior high school he attended Rhode Island School of Design Jr. School Program and later returned to RISD to study fine art, illustration, caricature, children’s illustration and editorial art. In between he worked as a teacher’s assistant and youth art instructor.  After graduating, as a participant in the RISD European Honors Program he traveled to Rome where he studied culture and language while continuing to study and practice drawing and painting.  As his artistic vision grew and refined, he added layered elements of collage, using his notes, scribbles and sketches as the base element, allowing them to peek out from underneath his pastels like glimpses into his psyche; the heart and inspiration of his art.

From Rome to Boston, and back to Rhode Island, Vincent’s work has developed and elaborated on these techniques with layered figures, and thematic layering as well; whimsy, introspection, longing, liberation, and always striving after beauty.

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Oct 30, 2014 – Jan 8, 2015

Members’ Annual Seasonal Exhibit, “The 10 x 10 x 10” Show”

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November 16 – December 23, 2014

All Galleries: The 110th Annual Little Pictures Show & Sale

Opening Reception: Sunday, November 16, 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

For more information link here to Vincent Castaldi’s client page

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Vincent Castaldi – Artist’s Statement

Born and raised in Rhode Island, there has never been a time when Vincent Castaldi was not an artist, following the muse; studying fine art, drawing, pottery.  In junior high school he attended Rhode Island School of Design Jr. School Program and later returned to RISD to study fine art, illustration, caricature, children’s illustration and editorial art. In between he worked as a teacher’s assistant and youth art instructor.  After graduating, as a participant in the RISD European Honors Program he traveled to Rome where he studied culture and language while continuing to study and practice drawing and painting.  As his artistic vision grew and refined, he added layered elements of collage, using his notes, scribbles and sketches as the base element, allowing them to peek out from underneath his pastels like glimpses into his psyche; the heart and inspiration of his art.

 

From Rome to Boston, and back to Rhode Island, Vincent’s work has developed and elaborated on these techniques with layered figures, and thematic layering as well; whimsy, introspection, longing, liberation, and always striving after beauty.

 

In this exhibition there are examples of various collected works.

 

The small still life works:  “Still Life with Apples and Pitcher” and “Still Life with Wine Jug” are part of a series created for the Providence Art Club’s 2012 annual Small Picture Show.

 

“Landscape with Windmill”  (16″ x 20″) is a landscape study in oil pastel with touches of oil paint; part of a series created for his one-man show at the Rossoni Gallery in 2013.

 

Other pieces shown here are the first in a series that Vincent is currently developing.  While watching a play at The Gamm Theatre one evening, Vincent found himself completely distracted by the visual beauty of the sets and decided to create a series of paintings inspired by those images.  Using the theatre photo archives, he is currently working on a  new group of paintings.  Featured here are works based on “Macbeth,” “Top Girls,” and “Elephant Man.” The entire series will be shown in the Spring of 2015 in Vincent’s upcoming one-man exhibition at the Providence Art Club.

Congratulations to Vinny Castaldi!! Vinny’s work has been selected for exhibition in the Providence Art Club Nationwide All Media Open Juried Exhibition. From the almost,200 submissions received, only 53 artists were chosen by exhibition juror Claudia Seymour.

This exhibition runs from April 21 through May 9, 2014. The exhibition juror will assign cash prizes on Saturday, April 20 after viewing the works in person. Artists selected to receive these cash awards will be announced at the opening reception on Sunday, April 27th.

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Holiday Gift for The Apple of Your Eye

Vincent Castaldi’s art is for sale at The 109th Annual Little Pictures Show & Sale: Providence Art Club until December 23, 2013 @ Maxwell Mays & Dodge House Gallerieshttp://providenceartclub.org/dodge-house-gallery/ for  a steal of a deal–$200 each!

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Vincent Castaldi at Providence Art Club: Nov. 17th-December 23rd

For artist interview reply:mixedmediapromo@cox.net

http://providenceartclub.org/galleries/upcomingexhibitions/

Opening November 17th, 2013

12-4pm

Show runs through December 23, 2013

Providence Art Club

11 Thomas Street

Providence RI 02903

401.331.1114

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Opening September 20, 2013
5-9pm
show runs through October 20th
Rossoni Gallery
558 Mineral Spring Ave. Studio BF112 Mail Stop 26

Pawtucket, RI 02860

401-453-6650

9/20 Sole Evolution show

by Cranston artist Vincent Castaldi

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Rossoni Gallery

 

Please join us on Friday, September 20 from 5-9:00 pm when the Rossoni Gallery in association with Mixed Media Publicity | Promotions, will host an exhibit of the most recent works of art by Rhode Island resident and RISD graduate Vincent Castaldi.

How are you drawn to a work of art? Do you gravitate toward bright colors or soft tones? Will the size or structure of a piece command your attention ? Sometimes, like magic a piece captures your imagination–such are the works of Vincent Castaldi.

Vincent will be exhibiting some of his modestly sized earlier works, oil pastel on paper, matted and framed and some of his new works which are oil pastels painted on larger stretched canvases.

The subject matter of his earlier work is figurative and illustrative often depicting fantastical dreamlike characters that seem to invite you into their story. The newer works are figurative as well but lean toward abstraction with an evolving theme — a metamorphosis of one’s soul.

I invite you to come see for yourself on the 20th. If you cannot make it, please visit another day — show will run until October 20.

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featuring

“The boy and the little girl”
by Vincent Castaldi

Of Three Minds Reception!



Photographer Fred Engle, Vincent Castaldi, Don Fowler of the Cranston Herald

Vincent’s Puppetry Series Featuring at the Dodge House Gallery!

The series will feature as part of The 108th Annual Little Pictures Show and Sale at the Dodge House Gallery from Nov. 18th through Dec. 23rd.

The 108th Annual Little Pictures Show & Sale
The Providence Art Club continues its long-standing tradition of offering original artwork for affordable prices at this year’s 108th Annual Little Pictures Show & Sale. For more than a century, the Art Club has hosted this popular holiday exhibition, offering gallery goers the opportunity to purchase a variety of diverse multi-media pieces, all for $250 or less. More than 100 artists, including new artist members of the Club, will showcase six original works each in a variety of media in the Maxwell Mays and Dodge House galleries. The exhibition will change daily, as artists replace sold works with new pieces. Classic landscapes and still lifes will be featured along with unique assemblages, intricate glasswork and jewelry. The variety of styles and media are sure to please every art aficionado. The exhibition is cash and carry so purchases may be picked up immediately. The Little Pictures Show & Sale offers the perfect opportunity to give the gift of art to someone special this holiday season!

For more information visit http://www.providenceartclub.org/index.php

Check out the video by Carol Scavotto from Cabot House. Cool how we sped up his work. Thanks Fred!

The story begins:
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Book Three. America’s favorite new odd couple, Mags ‘n’ Rags are making headlines and the entertainment is unstoppable! Captivating a wide audience, the surprise ending in Mags ‘n’ Rags, Saturday has children and adults alike wondering…is this a rumor, fact, or speculation? Blending two extreme lifestyles turns hysterical when Mags, a kind hearted girl, opens her home to a stranded doll.  Mags tries her best to make the tiny doll comfortable, yet the doll is not impressed by her cozy surroundings. The bossy, conceited doll, parading around like a runway model, has her chubby new keeper feeling a bit intimidated. Mags’ heart is broken when she realizes there isn’t anything in Rhode Island that could ever replace the doll’s previous lifestyle. Now traveling with Saturday’s secret, Mags ‘n’ Rags are delivering you the full package; promising to reveal their…Ultimate Surprise! Leading you into a brand new day, the story continues with Mags ‘n’ Rags, Sunday and Mags ‘n’ Rags, Monday.
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See Vincent’s work
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“CABOT HOUSE ART GALLERY”

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH
12:00-5:00

Please come help us launch this year’s Gallery Season
“THE SATURDAY FEATURED ARTIST”

Throughout the year on select Saturdays we will be featuring individual Artist creating works of Art within the Gallery.

Please join us Saturday on our outdoor patio for a demonstration from several Artists.

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Represented Artist:
Jason Andrade, Vincent Castaldi, David Lee Black, Beth Claverie, Ricky Gagnon, Janice Ricker, Ann Rozhon, Carol Scavotto, Anthony Tomaselli
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NOW available on Etsy
Eggplant Figure
Mixed Media
11×14
unframed
Us the Powerless
Mixed Media 11×14 unframed
Prophet Ezequiel
Mixed Media 16×20 unframed
Buddha
mixed media 11×14 unframed
Woman under the Angel
mixed media 16×20 unframed
5 Standing Figures
mixed media 18×24
COMING SOON ON ETSY:

Helmet Boy in Red 16×20

Helmet Girl with Circles

Prophet 1 Amos

Standing Figures (mixed media)

 

The Tulip and the Balloon mixed media

The Red Bottom Boat

The Woman with Three Red Flowers

The Boy in blue Slippers

Struggle in orange and green (oil pastel) 18×24

The Boy with Green Circles

Protected (mixed media) 18×24

Madonna
Original Painting 8″ x 10″
 on sale now through Etsy!
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1/19/12
Cabot House Gallery
555 Quaker Lane West Warwick, Rhode Island

Design Your Home: A Fresh Approach for Inspired Spaces

Ongoing Exhibit of Selected Works

11/20-12/23: The Galleries of the Providence Art Club
107th Little Picture Show and Sale
Reception Sunday, November 20, 12-4pm 11 Thomas St Providence RI 02903
Extended Gallery Hours M-Wed & Fri 12-5pm, Thurs 12-6, Weekends 12-4 (Closed Thanksgiving)
Hundreds of original works in all media (glass, paintings, prints, photographs, drawings, etc) all priced $250 or less. This beloved annual tradition provides the ideal opportunity to give the gift of art to someone special for the holidays! See you there!
http://providenceartclub.org/
My new piece by Vincent Castaldi looks amazing in my hallway!!
Girl from National Geographic/study
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GREAT turn out at Cabot House last night, 555 Quaker Lane, in West Warwick!

Long time friends Lori Jaiswal & Paula Kriticos join at Cabot House with Kitty McTeague, Mixed Media RWU intern
Proud father Vincent and Linda
Carol Beck (Perfect Touch Interiors/House and Home Defined) & Paula Kriticos (Cafe Nuovo)
Later at CAV Pat Higgins and Mary Ann Rossoni


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A Starry Starry Night with Vincent

Showcased an Autumn Evening of Art by Vincent Castaldi

On Friday October 14th at

Villa 120

Congratulations to ‘Lady in the Purple Hat’-winner Christine Piacitelli!

ART SHOW PHOTOS!! (photos courtesy of Angela Williams)

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For those in the Boston area: Visit Accidental Gallery above Channel Cafe on 4/26 from 5-8pm. Click here to “Like” The Accidental Gallery on Facebook.

Back by popular demand, Mixed Media artist, painter and illustrator Vincent Castaldi features new art work at The Cabot House. He will be there on Thursday, April 28th from 5-9pm. The Cabot House is located on 555 Quaker Lane, in West Warwick, Rhode Island. Also visit Facebook to “Like” the Cabot House Gallery.

Artist Vincent Castaldi was born in Providence and raised in Cranston, Rhode Island. Discovering his interest and ability in drawing as early as elementary school, he began to develop his artistic skills by participating in many art, drawing, and pottery classes. In junior high school, Vincent was accepted into the Rhode Island School of Design Junior School Program figure drawing classes.

In high school, Vincent completed many accelerated art classes. His artistic ambitions grew further in the form of teacher’s assistant and youth art instructor. Outside of school, Vincent also started his own part time business “Signs Unlimited” designing and painting signs for local organizations.

In Spring 1982, Vincent Castaldi was accepted into the freshman class of The Rhode Island School of Design. Majoring in illustration, he elected such courses as caricature, editorial and children’s illustration. In 1985, his senior year, he was accepted into the RISD European Honors Program in Rome, Italy. While studying the Italian culture and language, he continued to develop his art in the form of drawing and painting. Upon the advice of a visiting professor, Vincent introduced the element of collage into his artwork as a way of describing shapes of color and texture completing a series of collage portraits that were exhibited as his senior degree project. In June of 1986, upon his return from Italy, Vincent graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Illustration from The Rhode Island School of Design.

After graduation, Vincent presented his illustration portfolio to various newspapers and magazines in the Providence and Boston areas. While acquiring several freelance assignments, he found that his work did not always fit into the mainstream illustration mode. Around that same time, Vincent was offered to include his series of collage portraits in a group show in a Boston gallery (Gallery Fotene).

To date, Vincent continues to show and sell his paintings locally, nationally, and even internationally. He has received awards in several juried shows and has donated many pieces over the years to local charities, including two pieces per year to “Spurwink RI/The Gail Badessa Memorial Fund”.

Vincent Castaldi’s portfolio of artwork includes series of portraits, landscapes, still-lifes and abstract images.

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