WaterFire is a Millennial
Millennials who grew up in RI don’t remember life without WaterFire. Millennials new to Providence have most likely never lived in a city with a world-class art experience, for the community, free of charge. As a New Flame member, you are supporting the creative placemaking unique to your city and becoming a part of a thriving arts community.
A WaterFire membership program aimed at millennials and offering exclusive access to events in the WaterFire Arts Center (WFAC) and at WaterFire lightings. WaterFire Providence is a creative placemaking non-profit arts organization that has been inspiring the Providence community for 25 years. Active support from Millenials ensures that Rhode Island and Providence continues to grow as the State of the Arts and Creative Capital. Membership includes discounts and pre-invites to new events including the Pass the Torch Exhibition Series and the New Flame Social Hour.
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The Guests Have Arrived
- Invites to all WaterFire Arts Center events
- Chances to win Brazier Society Experience Passes
- 10% WaterFire Store discount
- 2 vouchers for Dream Orbs at WaterFire events
- Pre-invites to all Pass the Torch Exhibitions at the WFAC
- Access to discounted FireBall Patron tickets
- Exclusive access to all New Flame Social Hours
- 15% discount on rentals of the WFAC
- New Flame Membership Newsletter emailed to you quarterly
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About The New Flame Social Hour
The New Flame Social Hour aims to bring millennial community members together at the WFAC for an evening of networking, cocktails, and Q and A with prominent leaders in the community. Each event is centered around a theme falling in the categories of business, science, technology, law, and politics with a local representative from each area. A short, half-hour Q and A will be led by the Wheeler School eighth-graders of the Cityside program.
About The Pass the Torch Exhibition and Artist Talk
The Pass the Torch Exhibition and Artist Talk pairs two Rhode Island artists for a month-long exhibition and opening reception with a moderated discussion. The work of an emerging Providence artist is exhibited while a film about the established NetWorksRI artist is screened during the reception. A moderated discussion between the artists and Q and A with the audience will follow.