Mark your calendar, FIRE CAMP will be happening before you know it! And, be sure to sign up for our mailing list to recieve updates about this and future events. Once again, we will be firing up the forges and the iron furnace on June 13th for our third annual Fire Camp. This event
10th Annual Cruise Night
Suggested donationThe Steel Yard is pleased to announce that the 10th Annual Cruise Night will be held on Friday, July 10th from 5:00 – 8:00pm. This unique event is more than a simple display of chrome and horsepower, but is also an important part of the Steel Yard’s
2015 Halloween Iron Pour
Help Fuel the Fires this Winter
There is nowhere else around to access the equipment, knowledge or skills that are available at the Steel Yard. You can help someone have a Steel Yard experience… • $75 will fund a public demonstration • $180 will provide the gasses for welding class • $36
The Halloween Iron Pour is here!
On October 25th the Steel Yard brings you Mad Science, our 9th Annual Halloween Iron Pour. The Iron Pour has been called one of Providence’s most impressive Halloween parties and you won’t want to miss it. Prepare yourself for an industrial performance extravaganza.
Cruise Night 2012 Film by Rob Houllahan
Our friend, and unofficial documentarian of all things Yard related, Rob Houllahan shot some great footage at this years Cruise Night. If you weren't able to attend the event, or you just want to relive all the awesomeness, watch the video below to see all classic and custom cars that converged on o
Sneider Named as Executive Director
The Steel Yard Board of Directors has appointed Howie Sneider to the position of Executive Director, effective March 21, 2014. Sneider, who has served as acting director since December, came to the Steel Yard in 2004 as an artist renting studio space and as the teacher of the Yard's firs
SPRING COURSES POSTERS
Look at our beautiful 2014 Spring courses poster designed by Beth Brandon, isn't great!
Contact Howie at: email@example.com
Howie Sneider was born in Syracuse, NY. His childhood exploration of the forests and abandoned quarries of central New York encouraged his sense of wonderment and discovery. He moved to Providence in 1998 to attend RISD where he studied sculpture and photography. In 2007 he received a Providence Arts and Business Council Encore award for his public art and community organizing. He currently runs the Public Projects department for the Steel Yard. He has taught welding, fabricating, sculpture and drawing and has collaborated with over 100 other local artists to create functional and decorative public art throughout Southern New England.