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Arts
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In its 12th year, the Rhode Island Foundation has awarded three $25,000 grants to local visual artists RaMell Ross, Jordan Seaberry and Sheida Soleimani through the Robert and Margaret MacColl Johnson Fellowship Fund, according to a Sunday announcement by the Rhode Island Foundation. more
Bristol native Kendall Reiss has found her calling making jewelry, a Rhode Island art form of yesteryear that she's turned into a business called Kendall Reiss LLC. Reiss, who earned her master's degree at Rhode Island School of Design, is … more
The Industrial Trust Building, known better by its nickname, the Superman building, will host The Wilbury Theatre Group’s annual fundraiser “REVEL! A Gala for The Wilbury Group” on May 6. more
Roger Williams University and the nonprofit Arts in Common are pursuing a plan to renovate the long-vacant Walley School at the center of Bristol, for conversion to an arts and cultural hub. more
Since President Lyndon Johnson and a bipartisan Congress created the national arts and humanities endowments, no president has called for their elimination -- until now. more
Tony and Emmy Award-winning comedian, actor, producer, writer and director Billy Crystal will speak at the 2017 Providence Performing Arts Center Annual Gala, which will take place on Thursday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m. more
“Fashion and Satire: The Drawings of Orson Byron Lowell and Charles Dana Gibson,” a new on-loan exhibit at Rosecliff, was opened to the public in late January by the Preservation Society of Newport County and will be accessible until May 7. more
(Updated 3:04 and 3:57 p.m.) “Reckless and unrealistic.” “An assault to our values as Rhode Islanders.” more
President Donald Trump’s budget proposal to Congress calls for eliminating social programs dating to President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty and would cut spending on assistance to needy counties in Appalachia and the Mississippi Delta as well as hungry schoolchildren in Cambodia. more
The Providence City Council on Thursday is expected to consider a tax agreement to encourage the redevelopment of the former U.S. Rubber Co. storage building, which was purchased by WaterFire Providence and is being renovated into a venue for its headquarters and as an arts and education center. more
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