Ten31 Productions – They Make Pretend

24 Jun

TEN31 specializes in the highest quality hand-crafted living art installations for special events, weddings, public festivals, and corporate functions.

The company began one evening on the banks of the Providence River during a fall Waterfire,  an internationally known art installation in RI. That night, Eric Auger and Joe Pari, founders of TEN31, performed as two captivating Gargoyles, their first creation. The response for the two on that crisp evening was a eureka moment, the beginning of a new dream.

The reaction from those around them was just as powerful. From that moment, nearly a decade ago, TEN31 grew from a simple, powerful idea: art can be brought to life and provide emotionally inspiring entertainment.

The human form is TEN31’s canvas. Designing and producing exquisite pieces based on historic and mythological references, and drawing inspiration from exploring the ancient periods of Egyptian & Greco-Roman to modern art movements of deco and futurist styles.  

Over the years, TEN31 has grown exponentially. The collection currently includes hundreds of one-of-a kind pieces and installations, and TEN31 have been honored to perform at hundreds of prestigious social and corporate events throughout the United States.

Like the pieces and installations TEN31 create, the company continues to grow and transform itself, driven by that simple and powerful idea born ten years ago.

This is TEN31. They Make Pretend.

Look out for TEN31 as they will make their next appearance at The East Greenwich Art Festival on September 3, 2011!!

But until then…

We are looking forward to our next festival, The City Art Festival on August 6, 2011!!

And we are still accepting applications until 7/5. Sign up here!

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The City Art Festival is proud to be sponsered by Webster Bank along with City of Providnce, Cardi’s Furniture, RI MonthlyWhole FoodsNatural Awakenings, Yelp and Cat Country-WCTK.


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