Vacant to Vibrant! - Photographing the WaterFire Arts Center - CANCELLED

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The Event is cancelled. Check out the other events happening on Tuesday 12-1:30pm here: http://www.designxri.com/index.php/designweek/events/2018-09-18

See the transformation of the WaterFire Arts Center from the photographer’s perspective.

Architectural photographer Elaine Fredrick will present her project of documenting the rehabilitation of a former industrial facility into an innovative multi-purpose arts center.

Built in 1929 along the Woonasquatucket River for the US Rubber Company, the vacant building was purchased by WaterFire in 2012. Renovations were completed in May 2017, giving WaterFire Providence a permanent home for all operations, from offices to workshops. The contemporary Arts Center is also a venue for large-scale events and performances, presentations, conferences, and exhibits.

As a member of the WaterFire Volunteer Photography Group with an interest in adaptive reuse projects, this project captures two of Elaine’s personal passions.

In addition to the presentation, attendees will enjoy a delicious lunch hosted at the WaterFire Arts Center Visitor Center!

These events are being recorded and photographed. By attending, you give your consent to be photographed, filmed, taped, and/or recorded.

 

Elaine Fredrick

Elaine Fredrick Photography

Elaine specializes in photography for designers, builders and architects for use in portfolios, publication, and design competitions. She holds certificates in both Interior Design and Digital Photography from Rhode Island School of Design Continuing Education. In addition, she studied photography for architecture and interior design at New England School of Photography in Boston. Elaine has taught Photography for Interiors in RISD’s Continuing Ed program.

She holds memberships in the American Society of Media Photographers, the American Society of Interior Designers, the National Kitchen & Bath Association, and the International Furnishings and Design Association.

In addition to the WaterFire Providence Volunteer Photography Group, Elaine is a member of the Pan-Mass Challenge Volunteer Photography Crew, and is a volunteer photographer for Flashes of Hope.