Join Providence Preservation Society (PPS) for the opening of the Most Endangered Properties 20th anniversary photo exhibit from 5-8 PM on Thursday, May 28th in the atrium of the Peerless building, 150 Union Street. The project presents a retrospective of Providence’s 20 most significant preservation stories from the last two decades, highlighting both successes and losses.
Each year, PPS compiles the Ten Most Endangered Properties List to engage the public with building owners and developers in order to find workable solutions. At this special exhibit, you’ll see includes images documented by talented local photographers over the past two decades, along with new work by students and mentors from AS220 Youth and New Urban Arts. It features the Cranston Street Armory, the Broad Street Synagogue, and the demolished Providence Produce Warehouse, among others, as well as a Most Endangered Properties timeline.
After May 28th, regular exhibit hours are Monday–Friday from 9 AM–7 PM, Saturday from 9 AM–5 PM, and Sunday from 12–5 PM. For more information, visit ppsri.org.