Fostering students’ creative outlet during COVID-19 pandemic

ART SUPPLIERS: New Urban Arts staff members converse at their studio in Providence. From left are Kevin Harper, operations coordinator; Daniel Schleifer, executive director; Addy Scheutz, resident arts mentor; Charmaine Porter, development associate; and Jeannie Castillo Lapierre, business manager. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
ART SUPPLIERS: New Urban Arts staff members converse at their studio in Providence. From left are Kevin Harper, operations coordinator; Daniel Schleifer, executive director; Addy Scheutz, resident arts mentor; Charmaine Porter, development associate; and Jeannie Castillo Lapierre, business manager. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
NEW URBAN ARTS, a nationally recognized community arts studio for high school students and artists in Providence, has launched an initiative to safely distribute art supplies to students during the COVID-19 pandemic through a partnership with Jerry’s Artarama and Dash Bicycle, which offers a Dash Delivery service, both in Providence. Students can choose from one…

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