links, Providence, Rhode Island
The Steel Yard : http://www.thesteelyard.org/
A really great project in the heart of the old industrial district of Providence.
Always looking for good people to help out in getting projects off the ground.
A mixed developement project on 60 Valley street outside of downtown Providence,
looking to be an excellent opportunity for community building and micro buisness
Mill Project : http://www.millproject.org
The adaptive reuse of an old mill building on the edge of Olneyville and Smith
Hill. A project that emerged from the Eagle Square debate.
In Ruins : http://www.artinruins.com/
For current events and a ton of info on Providence's urban environment, check
these guys out.
The premiere venue
for contemporary music and events in Providence, we tip our hats to the continued
success of this organization...
Project : http://www.provplan.org/river/index.html
The Woonasquatucket River Greenway Project will include a 5.7-mile greenway,
paths, and green spaces stretching from the Johnston/Providence line toWaterplace
Park in downtown Providence.
excited to see what happens with this organization, there has been talk of new
things happening at this space, we wait patiently.
Urban Arts : http://www.newurbanarts.org/
In the heart of the Westminster Revitalization on the west side, this is a great
Experimental Art and Architecture
Glowlab : http://glowlab.blogs.com
New York based group of urban experimenters. These folks have created an amazing
clearinghouse for information on the urban experience.
Cooperation : http://freecooperation.org/
Check this out for some visionary thinking on the future state of collaboration
and networks in the arts and society.
The goal of Archinect
is to make architecture more connected and open-minded, and bring together designers
from around the world to introduce new ideas from all disciplines.
for Advanced Architecture(IAA) http://institute.advancedarchitecture.org/
The Institute for Advanced Architecture is an independent, private
institution dedicated to advancing Architecture through research, exchange,
and Building Materials Reuse Conference in Oakland, California, with the Annual
Conference and Meeting of the Used Building Materials Association.
and Small Press Sites
AnArchitektur : http://www.anarchitektur.com
Sponsors of the CFOA, the Berlin based quarterly is one not to miss, that
is, if you can read German.
Always looking for submissions and dedicated to young architects and professionals.
Looking to get published
looking for an excellent source for critical and political essays and articles,
these guys are top notch. From NYC, the book selection is quite impressive.
A German magazine about urbanism and exploration. It looks really great, but
they don't put enough on the web, you have to order them to read everything.
For text and essays
on the role of the public in art and everyday life, this is a great resource
of recent texts on all kinds of critical and experimental cultural practices.
Psychogeography, Experimental Art and Architecture
Social Fiction : http://www.socialfiction.org/
Maybe in Amsterdam, maybe not, we are not sure, but Wilfried Hou Je Bek is
doing some interesting work in the realm of far out psychogeegraphic practices
you are trying to find art work from every obscure avant-garde movement ever,
this is a must visit site.
Real : http://www.clubreal.de/
Berlin based performance group, blurring the lines between fantasy and
reality on the fringes of the city.