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This year’s 11th annual Iron Pour fundraiser brought in more than $30,000, the most the event has ever netted. Funds will go to support Steel Yard programs like the Weld to Work job training program, artist residencies and open enrollment class scholarships. more
Here are profiles of four active Rhode Island business people who are past - or at- retirement age: Gary S. Sasse, Merrill W. Sherman, Ronald K. Machtley and Umberto "Bert" Crenca. more
PROVIDENCE – Mayor Jorge O. Elorza has named Stephanie Fortunato to serve as director of art, culture and tourism for the city. A graduate of Providence College and Brown University, Fortunato has worked for the city since 2008, most … more
The R.I. State Council on the Arts announced on Thursday that 139 nonprofit organizations, schools and individuals will share $777,212 through its first round of grant awards for the 2016-2017 season. more
The Moses Brown School has debuted the 36,000-square-foot Woodman Family Community & Performance Center, which is connected to the Walter Jones Library on the 33-acre campus in Providence. more
PROVIDENCE – The Special Collections Department at Providence Public Library recently acquired the organizational archives of AS220. Founded in 1985 in Providence, AS220 is credited as a national model for urban revitalization and in its … more
More than $1 million in federal grants were announced Tuesday to support the arts and expand cultural education opportunities in the state. more
Since President Lyndon Johnson and a bipartisan Congress created the national arts and humanities endowments, no president has called for their elimination -- until now. more
Arts organization Trinity Repertory Company invites the public to view, for a second time, “The Every 28 Hours Plays,” a collection of one-minute plays inspired by and written during the events in Ferguson, Mo., and experience new, similar material made closer to home. more
South Providence, and specifically Broad Street, will be the focus of a public discussion hosted by the city Department of Planning and Development. more
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