Given the results of the most recent Americans for the Arts study, “Arts & Economic Prosperity 5,” it’s no coincidence Providence is known as the “Creative Capital.” In fact, it would seem the city has little to no competition for the title. Based on fiscal 2015 data, local nonprofit arts and cultural organizations had a…
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