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The Valley Breeze Woonsocket North Smithfield 06-04-2020

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28 ENTERTAINMENT JUNE 4-10, 2020 | VALLEY BREEZE LIVING EDITION zation and this exhibit is open to everybody of every ability, Hyde and Angelone said. Artists can submit as many pieces as they want. Following the theme, artists are asked to create pieces based on the four elements. Any medium is welcome including photogra- phy, painting, draw- ing, sculpting, wood- working, and more. Folks can make a series with one piece each representing one element, one piece that incorporates all four ele- ments, or a piece of art based on just one element. "Our whole world is based off those elements," Angelone said. Artwork so far has ranged from col- lages to illustrations and from more abstract to more literal pieces, Hyde said, adding that "it's very interesting to see people's different takes." To participate in the virtual exhibit, send a photo of your artwork to outsidercollective401@gmail.com or use the hashtag #elementsoc on Instagram. Also include a descrip- tion of your work, what medium you used, and what inspired you. All artwork will be displayed on the group's social media outlets and as part of a virtual gallery on its website, www.theoutsidercollective. org/four-elements . The site will be updated with new pieces regularly. "What's been really cool about doing this show is the whole different spectrum of people who have submit- ted," Hyde said. "It's not just adults with differing abilities. The show has been a little bit of every- body." Angelone added that several children have partici- pated so far. The virtual show began at the end of March. Right now there is no end date in sight, and it will continue for at least anoth- er month. "It's fun," Angelone said. "We're having fun doing it." When it's safe to do so, an in-per- son show will be held at the gallery. Angelone and Hyde, who met while working at Resources for Human Development R.I., an arts- based day program for adults with intellectual and developmental dis- abilities, said that with their gallery closed during the ongoing pandemic they wanted to find a way to get people to make art at home and to give them a direction and a platform to show their work. For many adults with differing abilities, "the way that they express themselves is through their artwork," Angelone said. The two founded the organization about a year ago and moved into their studio at Hope Artiste Village last December. "We love Pawtucket. It's such a great arts community," Angelone said. "It's just a dream to get a space in (Hope Artiste Village)." Being at the mill complex sur- rounded by artists provides great connections for their artists, Hyde said. "We're hoping to grow (those relationships) when we can come back together." In addition to hosting exhibitions back at the studio when they can, Hyde and Angelone also have tenta- tive plans to hold an art camp this summer, Angelone said. They're also in the process of adding another show, Out of This World, which was canceled due to COVID-19, to their website. For more on Outsider Collective, visit www.theoutsidercollective.org . "EVERY DAY IS EARTH DAY," a collage on paper, by Laura Kaplan is one of the artworks featured in Outsider Collective's ongoing Four Elements Virtual Show. Anyone can submit art, which will be uploaded to the nonprofit's website, www. theoutsidercollective.org/four-elements . EXHIBIT From Page 27 HYDE ANGELONE ACROSS 1. Swiss shoe com- pany 5. __ Caesar, come- dian 8. __ and flow 11. Horsefly 13. Egyptian pharaoh 14. African nation 15. Tony-winning actress Daisy 16. Initial public offering 17. Long-winding ridge 18. Guinea peoples 20. Fellow 21. About aviation 22. Able to make amends 25. Easy to perceive 30. Cut off 31. Northeast Thai language 32. Earthy pigment 33. Water nymphs 38. Returned mate- rial authorization (abbr.) 41. Those who deal 43. Apply a new fabric 45. Confusions 48. "To __ his own" 49. Lowest point of a ridge between two peaks 50. Heavy cavalry sword 55. Partner to pain 56. A type of savings account 57. In a way, felt pain 59. Wide-beamed sailing dinghy 60. Consume 61. Jewish spiritual leader 62. Body part 63. Midway between south and south- east 64. Cheek DOWN 1. Indicates a certain time (abbr.) 2. Expression of sorrow or pity 3. Central American lizard 4. Muslim military commanders 5. One who takes to the seas 6. Select jury 7. Parts of the small intestine 8. Painter's acces- sory 9. Honk 10. Ballpoint pen 12. Large, dark antelope 14. Ancient kingdom near Dead Sea 19. Exhausts 23. __-bo: exercise system 24. Not written in any key or mode 25. Chinese principle underlying the universe 26. Corpuscle count (abbr.) 27. Powdery, post-burning residue 28. Company that rings receipts 29. Rugged mountain range 34. Commercials 35. NY football player 36. A form of be 37. Soviet Socialist Republic 39. Kindnesses 40. Natural electrical phenomenons 41. Your 42. Diana __, singer 44. Upper surface of the mouth 45. National capital 46. Fluid in Greek mythology 47. Renowned jazz trumpeter 48. Freedom from difficulty 51. Swiss river 52. Prejudice 53. Actor Idris 54. Revolutionaries 58. Criticize Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 29. Do you know someone celebrating a July Birthday? The Valley Breeze Birthday Club for JULY will be printed on July 2, 2020. Forms should be received by The Valley Breeze by Friday, June 26, 2020. Send in the name of someone with his or her July birth date and $2 per edition and we'll include them in the club. The check should be made payable to The Valley Breeze for use in the Breeze charities fund. Mail to: The Valley Breeze, 6 Blackstone Valley Place, Suite #204, Lincoln, RI 02865. Thank you! 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