RiverzEdge Arts Project is an innovative youth development program in Woonsocket that gives educationally and…More economically disenfranchised youth (ages 12 to 24) in northern Rhode Island an opportunity for paid employment in the arts and a voice in their community.
The program offers clients all of the typical services of a design firm including web and logo design, photography, stationary and screen printing, plus eco-friendly landscape and public art ideas. Riverzedge has won numerous awards and was the recent winner of the 2010 Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.
All students involved in this program must keep their grades up and apply to college.
Art Room Tattoo Gallery 35 Main St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Art Room Tattoo Gallery is conveniently located on Woonsocket's buzzing "Main Street" among many small shops. With…More its historical streets and background, the Art Room adds a refreshing burst of art, culture and talent. The shop owner, Roger Jordan, has over 15 years of experience with dressing up any part of your body with a permanent masterpiece.Working in unison with two other tattoo artists, the shop has been maintaining business since 2000. With the laid back, fun and non - judgemental atmosphere, anything goes at the Art Room Tattoo Gallery. As Jordan says, "Mild to wild, old school to portraits, we can do anything." The prices start from $60 and up. You also have the option to purchase gift certificates, and any budget you might have, the Art Room will make it work. Tattoos are done by walk-in or appointment.
Beacon Charter High School for the Arts 320 Main St, Woonsocket, RI02895 Beacon Charter High School opened in Woonsocket in 2003. The school offers a unique program combining college…More preparation with arts and business, focusing on three divisions -- visual, performing, and culinary arts. The student body at Beacon has consistently performed well on NECAP tests in reading, writing, algebra and geometry. The school has won multiple awards, including a US News and World Report Bronze medal for being on the "Best of U.S. High Schools" list for 2008. New applications are accepted and when the school is at full capacity, a lottery system is used to choose new students. The school is publicly funded and tuition free.