We were honored to present four extraordinary Rhode Islanders with WaterFire Impact Awards: Barbara Papitto, The Honorable David N. Cicilline, Dr. Silas Otniel Rodrigues Pinto, and Umberto Crenca. With such incredible honorees and a great lineup of performances and guests, it’s no surprise that the evening was so memorable.
A Free Workshop Series for Families at the WaterFire Arts Center WaterFire Providence announces the launch of ArtLab@WaterFire: Creative Labs, a new and free workshop series for families of all ages to ignite their creativity and make art together. Hosted on weekends at the WaterFire Arts Center (WFAC), these workshops… Read More »Introducing ArtLab@WaterFire Creative Labs
ArtLab@WaterFire is a paid internship program for highschool-aged BIPOC youth WaterFire Providence announces the launch of WaterFire’s latest workforce development program, ArtLab@WaterFire. ArtLab@WaterFire is a year-long, paid internship and mentorship program for BIPOC male high school students to develop professional skills in the arts and culture industry. Led by Program… Read More »WaterFire Providence Announces the Launch of ArtLab@WaterFire
Grechel Rosado has joined WaterFire Providence as our first Program Coordinator. Grechel’s primary responsibilities include managing ArtLab@WaterFire, a year-long paid internship and leadership development program for BIPOC male high school students, and WaterFire Accelerate, a year-long professional development program for artists under 30. “We are excited to have Grechel join… Read More »WaterFire Providence Welcomes Grechel Rosado As Our New Program Coordinator