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RISCA launches fund to support artists impacted by pandemic

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts announced April 7 that it is partnering with the Rhode Island Foundation and the...
THE R.I. STATE Council on the Arts announced Tuesday it launched the Artist Relief Fund to support artists impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

RISCA launches fund to support artists impacted by pandemic

PROVIDENCE – Artists who are in financial dire straits due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic could receive some financial support in the form of...
THE MURAL on the left is on the rear of the AS220 building downtown. At right, one of the portraits in the city-funded Seen Unseen grouping. /PBN FILE PHOTO/MARK S. MURPHY

Providence launches new public art program, identifies potential funding sources

PROVIDENCE – The city will launch a comprehensive public arts program, leaders announced on Thursday, to include planning annually for new projects that could...
THE RHODE ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY announced a new Smith Hill tour to be added to its collection of Rhode Tours, bringing its total number of tours in Providence to four. /COURTESY PROVIDENCE WARWICK CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

Rhode Tour coming to Smith Hill

PROVIDENCE – A new “Rhode Tour” will debut in the Smith Hill area Dec. 14, the Rhode Island Historical Society announced Monday. The neighborhood tour...
ORLANDO HERNÁNDEZ, who played Romeo in Trinity Repertory's bilingual adaptation of "Romeo and Juliet" during last year's Shakespeare en el Verano festival, will play him again this year. /COURTESY TRINITY REPERTORY CO.

Trinity Repertory’s Season of Shakespeare en el Verano festival begins July...

PROVIDENCE – Trinity Repertory Co. and Rhode Island Latino Arts’ Shakespeare en el Verano, or Shakespeare in the summer, will take place July 7-31. In...
LAST MONTH, three Providence-based middle schools announced their intention to join Turnaround Arts – a national program created by the President’s Committee on the Arts and focused on closing the achievement gap – at the start of the 2017-2018 school year.

Three Providence middle schools join national arts initiative

PROVIDENCE – At a May 8 event, three Providence-based middle schools announced their intention to join Turnaround Arts – a national program created by...

Workshop looks at city’s lesser-known attractions

Barbara Barnes started the workshop with a “Peanuts” comic. Linus is telling Charlie Brown about a trip he went on. All the hotels and...

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