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Festival Ballet Providence will present an exciting program that includes three contemporary works along with classical ballet in "Continuing Points," running Oct. 20-24 in the Woodman Performing Arts Center at Moses Brown School, 250 Lloyd Ave., more
An educational art exhibit by the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, New England Chapter, called "Rivers to the Sea," is currently on display at the Atrium Gallery at One Capitol Hill on the main floor of the state's Administration Building in more
To dovetail with National Arts in Education Week, Sept. 12-18, the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) announces additions to its Rhode Island Teaching Artist Roster. The Roster is a list of teaching artists and arts organizations who have more
Some 121 Rhode Island culture, humanities and arts nonprofits will benefit from the RI Culture, Humanities and Arts Recovery Grant (RI CHARG) program, a historic collaborative partnership between the State Council on the Arts (RISCA) and the Rhode Island more
By ALEX MALM It was four months later than usual, but the annual Gaspee Days Arts and Crafts festival was worth the wait, according to event organizers. Not knowing what regulations may be in June, the Gaspee Days Committee made the decision in March to more
By ROB DUGUAY As the end of summer gets closer and closer, the festivities start to settle down. It becomes too cold to go to the beach, elements such as rain, wind, snow or a combination of the three can ruin an afternoon hike, and outdoor activities as more
To the Editor: Currently our daily life is being affected by deadly shootings, random beatings, unruly passengers, road rage, rude public behavior and resentment of our nation's flag and heritage. We are now trending to a lower standard of living, which more
An exhibition of artwork by Cranston-based painter Rebecca Flores, called "Nature, Nurture, Hope," is currently on display at the Atrium Gallery on the main floor of the state's Administration Building, One Capitol Hill, Providence. The exhibit, which more
By ROB DUGUAY Literally every place that relies on people gathering in their establishment to gain any amount of revenue has been affected by COVID-19. Bars, restaurants, music venues, theaters and art galleries took the brunt of the pandemic and are more
Launching with an in-gallery and virtual exhibit on July 16, the Wickford Art Association (WAA) will present its first Celebrity Art Show & Auction featuring a variety of artworks by influencers across Rhode Island media, business, politics, and the more
Applications for a new round of funding for arts and culture workers from the Artist Relief Fund (ARF) are now available, the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts has announced. The application deadline is June 14 at 8 p.m. To apply for a grant, sign more
By ARDEN BASTIA The Warwick City Council gave first passage on April 19 to an ordinance that would fine businesses for runaway shopping carts. The ordinance will be up for second passage at the meeting next month. Councilman Anthony Sinapi, Ward 8, more
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