FirstWorks looks to expand horizons through the arts

ARTS RESIDENCY: MacArthur fellow and Tony-nominated performer and playwright Taylor Mac, above holding the microphone, will speak, perform and participate in a panel discussion during an artist residency in Providence this month.
 / COURTESY TAYLOR MAC
ARTS RESIDENCY: MacArthur fellow and Tony-nominated performer and playwright Taylor Mac, above holding the microphone, will speak, perform and participate in a panel discussion during an artist residency in Providence this month.
 / COURTESY TAYLOR MAC
Education is at the core of the longstanding partnership between Providence’s FirstWorks and the Brown Arts Initiative. The collaboration has drawn performers and artists to Rhode Island in an effort to expose young people to a diverse arts palette through public school and college. Founded nearly 15 years ago, the nonprofit FirstWorks has dedicated itself…

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