Grant is one of 817 NEA Art Works grants totaling $26.3 million in funding nationwide.
From feeding the fires, to mingling with the crowd, to late nights spent creating vital materials at the Production Shop, Carrie Capizzano, has been one of WaterFire’s most dependable and flexible volunteers since she joined the WaterFire Volunteer Team in 2010. A couple of years ago, I saw on my… Read More »Volunteer Spotlight – Carrie Capizzano
Most fans of WaterFire know that the ‘Water’ in our name refers to the three rivers that flow through Downtown Providence. What many do not realize is that those same rivers rise and fall with the tides of Narragansett Bay at least 2 times a day. Unfortunately, since it was… Read More »Inside WaterFire: Navigating Tidal Challenges
This earth day take pride in your community and help make Providence a better place to learn, work, live, play, and especially – watch WaterFire! Join WaterFire for an Earth Day Cleanup! Saturday, April 20th 11AM – 2PM WaterPlace Park Sign-up here. In years past, hundreds of volunteers have come together… Read More »WaterFire Providence Earth Day Cleanup
Photograph by John Nickerson. After another great event season at WaterFire Providence, it was, as always, a pleasure for us to work with everyone at Ruth’s Chris Steak House to host our 6th annual WaterFire Ruth’s Chris Fundraiser. It was wonderful to have an amazing group of people from our Board of… Read More »The 6th Annual Ruth’s Chris Fundraiser
[sc name=featured-caption name=”Thomas Payne”] Thanks to all the hard work by WaterFire’s production staff and volunteers we pleased to announce that 25 additional kayak positions have been opened up for the WaterFire Clear Currents event being held on Saturday, September 15, 2012. In addition to these new kayak positions there… Read More »More Kayak Slots Added to Clear Currents 2012
The WaterFire Providence My Story Project. Your Memories. Your Stories. Our Inspiration. We’d love to hear it. And we’d love to share it, for your stories tell our story. All amusing, romantic, funny, joyous, poignant, surprising, touching, unexpected or “only-in-Rhode Island” stories are welcome and encouraged! Be creative, be brief, and… Read More »The WaterFire Providence My Story Project
OK, we’re biased on this but we think Providence is America’s best city to experience art. Before you take in an evening of WaterFire, you can always discover interesting art in the Creative Capital at great places like the RISD Museum of Art, Brown’s Bell Gallery, AS220, The Steel Yard,… Read More »Enjoy Art and Providence Hospitality!