Collaborate early, often for best results

Elizabeth Francis has been executive director of the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities for three and a half years, where she is building on the council's grant program through strategic partnerships. / PBN PHOTO/RUPEERT WHITELEY
Elizabeth Francis has been executive director of the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities for three and a half years, where she is building on the council's grant program through strategic partnerships. / PBN PHOTO/RUPEERT WHITELEY
On April 20, the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities awarded more than $124,000 in grants to support 14 projects that, while diverse, all make connections and promote discovery with collaborative approaches. The council's first large-scale approach to collaboration is now taking place in Newport, where a group of seven heritage, history, preservation and arts…

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