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Playing with Fire WaterFire Documentary Screening

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On Sunday, February 10th, guests battled the blizzard of 2013 to attend a Playing with Fire private screening of WaterFire: Art & Soul of a City. The screening took place at the gorgeous Riverfront Loft home of Linda and Steven Cohen and was co-hosted by John and Holly Schenck. Guests were also treated to John Schenck’s famous chili, fine wines, and more delightful fare.

After the screening, guests had a lengthy question and answer session with WaterFire creator Barnaby Evans. A wonderful time was had by all!

Are you interested in hosting a Playing with Fire event? Please contact our development department for more information.

Check out some photos from the event:

Steven Cohen and Holly Schenck

Fire Dancer photograph by Jeffrey Stolzberg.

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Over the last 10+ years, alongside some incredible co-workers and volunteers, I've worked to build the organization that WaterFire Providence is today. As Director of Creative Services, my team and I work on visual communications, graphic design, the visitor experience, merchandising as well as project management for programming at the WaterFire Arts Center. Being a part of the 'Rhode Island' experience for tens of thousands of people is incredible and I have an intense pride in place for both Downtown Providence and the Valley neighborhood.

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