Providence members chip in and share delicious pizza over lunch.
Stop by the Gallery at Sprout CoWorking to see our newest exhibit of paintings by Zach Prosser based on a post-modern world affected by natural disasters and global warming. The evening will include a theatrical performance by The Wilbury Theatre Group and music by Michael Glucksman. Free and open to the public. The artwork will be on display through January.
Sprout is closed. Regular 24/7 access is still available to members.
Sprout and Troop PVD are teaming up to bring you the Terrible Gift Exchange!
Cash Bar / Free and Open to the Public
Come out for some Valley laughs with neighbors and friends of The Plant and Rising Sun Mills at Sprout’s event space. You’re invited to enjoy signature Troop EATS (Complimentary snacks!), BEATS (with none other than DJ Sim Sima) and DRINKS along with your favorite Troop mixes and bartenders. There will be a consolation prize, cash bar, and after party invite to Troop. Grab your worst gift and come celebrate the end of the holidays!
It’s the first meetup! This new group is for Rhode Island Remote Workers to connect and grow professionally. Jeff Robbins will lead a discussion and talk about the trends and tipping points that he has observed in the remote work world over the past 15 years. Free and casual. Whether you’re running a company, thinking about going remote or you’re just a remote worker looking to pick up some tips, please stop by! We’d love to meet you.
Providence Toastmasters have monthly meetings at Sprout CoWorking Providence from 7-9pm. The club welcomes new visitors to come work on their public speaking skills in a supportive environment. There’s no need to feel pressure at your first meeting, you can simply observe! You are allowed to visit up to three times before deciding whether to join. No RSVP needed.
WORKSHOP FOR ARTISTS
Urban Wildlife: Making Science Visual
This workshop is for visual artists interested in creating new work relevant to their community and the creatures living there. The methodology for this workshop was created by Creature Conserve artists, writers, and scientists with a specific objective: to foster more interaction between the visual arts and the living creatures that inhabit the world. We hope to inspire work that is both informed by science and emotionally charged.
Artists in this workshop will find inspiration for new work from among the myriad scientific facts about the lives of wild animals in urban areas. Through a series of exercises, artists will practice making science – biology, urban ecology, zoology -visual. Skills practiced include active listening, note taking, idea generation, and thumbnail sketching.
Taught by Creature Conserve artist scholars Sophy Tuttle and Jess Porzukcek, and artist and Board Member Samantha Dempsey. Facilitated by the founder of Creature Conserve, Dr. Lucy Spelman. Open to visual artists, all genres. Workshop is limited to 14 participants. Scholarship funds available.
This half-day workshop takes place at Sprout Co-Working in Providence, and includes light refreshments. REGISTER https://www.creatureconserve.com/workshop-reg-form WORKSHOP FEE: $30
WORKSHOP DETAILS Date: Saturday, February 1, 2020 Time: 12:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Sprout CoWorking and the George Hail Library present an exhibition of images, artifacts and biographies featuring remarkable women from the East Bay area through the years. The exhibit will be open to the public from 9am-5pm weekdays, February 3 through 27. Additional sponsors include Roger Williams University Library, Heritage Harbor Foundation, and the Warren Preservation Society. Join us for the opening night party on Thursday, February 6 from 6-8 pm. More Information: https://www.facebook.com/events/463197111287244/.
Work for free at Sprout for the day! Invite a friend!
That means free open seating, free wifi, free coffee, and free networking! So mark your calendars, grab your laptop, and come work with us at Sprout!
Discover how investing in clean energy can create a prosperous future for Rhode Island.
Join the Rhode Island Progressive Democrats of America and Ocean State Community Energy for an inspiring night at Sprout CoWorking at Rising Sun Mills.
Learn about Ocean State Community Energy’s blueprint for a renewable energy utility in Cranston and how they’re developing a renewable energy plan for all of Rhode Island.
Find out about the jobs that clean technology companies can bring to Rhode Island, and see a demo of a Be-wind vertical wind turbine.
• Tim Guinee, film and television actor and climate activist
• Joseph Molina Flynn, President of the RI Latino PAC
• David Morales, candidate for RI House District 7
• Representative Teresa A. Tanzi from RI House District 34
• James Vincent, President of the NAACP Providence Branch
• The Sunrise Movement
And that’s just the start of who will be there.
Our work has caught the attention of Kansas, Maine, Montana, New Hampshire, and Oregon. Come explore how Rhode Island can be the first state to do what many U.S. states are thinking about.
We look forward to seeing you!