We as a community need to show our solidarity with the Black community. As protests continue to spark across not only the nation but the world, we continue to stand in support of the Black community, in support of justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, to name… Read More »Support Black Artists; Be An Ally
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When you enter the WaterFire Arts Center there’s a multi-use visitor room around the corner from the store, if you’ve visited you may have seen artwork on the walls, participated in a community discussion, experienced a FringePVD performance or maybe checked in to a large event in the Main Hall.… Read More »A Virtual #ChooseRI Gallery showcasing local artists
Highlights from The Second #StayHomeWaterFire The Second #StayHomeWaterFire Celebrating Educators, Students, and Parents Friday, June 12, 2020, at 8:00 p.m.LIVE on the Internet See the video from The First #StayHomeWaterFire.
WaterFire Providence is pleased to present this guest post by Ashley Rappa written for Leadership Rhode Island’s Leadership, Virtually initiative. What is the weight of a human soul? If you were to hold one in your hand, would it feel heavy with life lost, or would it seem to float,… Read More »Reimagining Ritual: Spiritual Leaders Bring Light into the Darkness – A reflection by Ashley Rappa
While the coronavirus pandemic has put our 2020 WaterFire season on hold, we remain committed as ever to creating relevant and important art. Frankly, this has been a tough way to celebrate WaterFire’s first 25 years, but we are determined, resilient and excited about how our talented and dedicated team is… Read More »Be a part of #GivingTuesdayNow
EPISODE 1 is now available.
Hello everyone, As an arts organization with a mission to bring people together in a safe and inspiring way, the welfare of our community is our top priority. Out of an abundance of caution, in cooperation with our event producers, we are postponing and rescheduling events at the WaterFire Arts Center… Read More »The welfare of the community is top priority, as we all navigate COVID-19
A vibrant collection of photographs by WaterFire’s Volunteer Photographers featuring highlights of their WaterFire stories interacting together as an enchanting reflection of WaterFire. This group exhibition showcases the work of our local talent in Providence’s cultural tapestry.
The WaterFire Volunteer Photography Program brings together local artistic talents for an exploration of Providence’s culture and provides an opportunity for local photographers to share experiences and collaborate with one another.
Symposium Books and WaterFire Providence Curate a Series of Public Dialogues At The WaterFire Arts Center, Named “WaterFire Symposium” The new WaterFire Symposium event series at the WaterFire Arts Center is curated by Symposium Books and WaterFire. These public dialogues consist of talks, panels, and readings covering the most pressing… Read More »WaterFire Symposium, a series of public dialogues at the WaterFire Arts Center
Rhode Island artists, Julia Samuels and Andrew Raftery, come together to explore printmaking via a discussion and exhibition featuring Julia’s relief prints and Andrew’s NetWorks Rhode Island video by Richard Goulis. Moderator Tripp Evans will lead a short discussion. This reception is the first event of the new pass the… Read More »Julia Samuels + Andrew Raftery – Pass the Torch Artist Talk