Celebrating Rosa Parks featuring Ryan Mendoza‘s “Rosa Parks House Project” Join us Saturday, March 31, 2018, 11:30 AM to 6:30 PM for a concert and celebration gathering as well as community and panel discussions throughout the day. WaterFire Arts Center 475 Valley Street, Providence, RI The WaterFire Arts Center will also… Read More »Celebrating Rosa Parks
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Thank you to all who attended the official grand opening and Ribbon Burning ceremony at the WaterFire Arts Center. We were honored to kick things off with a wonderful rendition of Summertime by the inimitable Rose Weaver. A big thank as well to all of the community leaders that joined us to… Read More »The Ribbon Burning at the WaterFire Arts Center was a huge success!
Thank you to all who attended the official grand opening and Ribbon Burning ceremony at the WaterFire Arts Center. We were honored to kick things off with a wonderful rendition of Summertime by the inimitable Rose Weaver. A big thank as well to all of the community leaders that joined us to… Read More »The Ribbon Burning at the WaterFire Arts Center was huge a success!
Today the cement for the main hall of the WaterFire Arts Center was poured! It took all day and dozens of laborers, but the floor is complete! Truck, after truck, after truck, brought loads of cement into the arts center parking lot, where it was pumped through the emergency doors… Read More »Floored by the Cement Pour!
Brian Kelleher and the Aspen Group have been the project managers and developers for the WaterFire Arts Center, and are responsible for helping us to shepherd the project to completion. You can hear some of Brian’s thoughts on the project and some of the challenge that the team has faced… Read More »Building for the Future Episode 18 | Brian Kelleher
A video series supported by TRAC Builders, Inc. exploring the history, construction, and future of WaterFire Providence’s new headquarters shines light on the Valley neighborhood’s latest cultural institution WaterFire Providence is proud to announce a new video series detailing the history, construction, and future of WaterFire Providence’s new headquarters, The… Read More »Building for the Future: The Story of the WaterFire Arts Center
In photos from early this week, you can see the progress that has been made in placing the Arts Center services beneath the ground. The oil and water separators for the wastewater collection system have been buried, the electrical has been laid in the trenches, and the new front parking… Read More »Construction – Phase 1, Week 6
Public Meeting: WaterFire Providence will hold a public meeting on May 28, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. at the offices of Fuss & O’Neill, Inc. in the American Locomotive Works complex at 317 Iron Horse Way, Building 58, Suite 204 in Providence. The purpose of the meeting will be to inform… Read More »Public Meeting: Analysis of Brownfields Cleanup Alternatives
Earth Day is the world’s largest civic observance. Like WaterFire, Earth Day brings people out into their communities and reminds us to appreciate the place in which we live. On Earth Day, WaterFire and our season sponsor and neighbor IGT teamed up to get a kick start on spring cleaning… Read More »Two-day Earth Day celebration Brightens Up Providence
A look at the plans for the WaterFire Arts Center that we made during last year’s Yes on 5 Campaign. Did you know that WaterFire draws over 1,000,000 visitors to Providence each year to experience the artwork and that activity support 1,294 jobs in the community according to a 2012… Read More »Yes on 5 Campaign Video