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R.I. culture, humanities and arts nonprofits receive nearly $1M in ARPA-funded...

PROVIDENCE – Nearly $1 million in grants have been allocated to 121 culture, humanities and arts nonprofits in Rhode Island. The funds come from the...

R.I. Council for the Humanities to recognize 4 honorees at annual...

PROVIDENCE – Four honorees will be recognized by the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities for their leadership, creative achievement and innovation Oct. 7...
THE R.I. STATE COUNCIL on the Arts and and the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities announced Monday that approximately $968,000 in COVID-19 recovery grants are being made available by the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities to local culture, humanities and arts nonprofits.

Roughly $968K in federal grants made available for arts, culture and...

PROVIDENCE – Approximately $968,000 in COVID-19 recovery grants are being made available by the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for...
HONOREES: The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities will honor, from left, Joyce L. Stevos, Janaya Kizzie and Mary Beth Meehan at its virtual benefit on Oct. 15. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES

Editor’s Choice: Celebrating the arts and humanities in R.I.

EDITOR’S CHOICE Celebrating the arts and humanities in R.I. THE RHODE ISLAND COUNCIL for the Humanities is hosting its annual Celebration of the Humanities to...
PURPOSE FINDER: Carole Ann Penney, owner of Penney Leadership LLC, says most of her coaching clients are seeing meaning in their work and the career path they’re on. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Penney poised to help when leaders feel lost

Part of Carole Ann Penney’s role as a business leadership coach is being a myth buster. Cultural notions of achieving a successful career by a...

RISCA, R.I. Council for the Humanities to receive $840K from CARES...

PROVIDENCE – Two statewide arts and humanities agencies are receiving a financial boost from the federal government. Both the Rhode Island State Council on the...

2 R.I. organizations receive American Association of State and Local History...

PROVIDENCE – The Lippitt House Museum and the Little Compton Historical Society each received a 2019 Leadership in History Award of Excellence from the...
GENEROUS FAMILY: The White Family will receive the Honorary Chairs’ Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Humanities from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities on Oct. 17. Pictured from left are Benjamin White, Kirsten McKenzie, Elizabeth “Liz” White, John Hazen White Jr., Katelyn Zerba and John Hazen White III. 
 / COURTESY CAT LAINE

White family honored for philanthropy

JOHN HAZEN WHITE JR., CEO of Taco Inc., his wife, Liz, and their sons John III and Benjamin will receive the Honorary Chairs’ Award...

Slader reelected RISCA chair

ELIZABETH “LIBBY” SLADER, owner of Providence-based design firm Libby Slader Interior Design, was recently reelected as chairman of the Rhode Island State Council on...

R.I. Council for the Humanities announces 2019 award recipients

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities will honor the White family, Silaphone Nhongvongsouthy, Edible Schoolyard at Green Animals Topiary Garden, and...

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