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The first 2016 WaterFire lighting will be held May 21, the nonprofit announced during a press conference Monday afternoon. more
Schools, organizations, community centers and artists were awarded approximately $143,000 in grants from the R.I. State Council on the Arts this month. more
As the program director for Flickers, the nonprofit arm of the Rhode Island International Film Festival, Shawn Quirk is responsible for overseeing the selection of films submitted for consideration to the festival and manages the organization of screenings throughout the year. more
Barnes & Noble Warwick is bringing a pop-up shop, featuring technology and education products, to the eighth annual Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire in Providence on Aug. 13. more
For the second week in a row, the Rhode Island School of Design art museum has ranked among the top college art museums in the country. more
The Rhode Island School of Design Museum ranked second best on a list of the 35 top college art museums in the country from Best College Reviews, behind only Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge. more
A stately College Hill mansion with a literary connection has been sold to Paolino Properties. Halsey House, at 140 Prospect St., served as a setting in H.P. Lovecraft’s short novel “The Case of Charles Dexter Ward.” more
More than $1 million in federal grants were announced Tuesday to support the arts and expand cultural education opportunities in the state. 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
StyleWeek Northeast kicked off last night at the Providence G to a sold-out crowd of more than 280 people. more
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