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WaterFire: Art & Soul of City on Rhode Island PBS

In case you missed the live broadcast of WaterFire: Art & Soul of a City this past weekend, Rhode Island PBS will be re-broadcasting the documentary along with the appearances by WaterFire executive artistic director Barnaby Evans, the documentary’s executive producer Joe Rocco and director of photography/editor Jim Karpeichik. Eric Auger and Joe Pari, founders of TEN31 Productions were also on hand along with a couple of their fabulous living sculptures. We encourage all of our fans to tune-in and help support Rhode Island PBS’s pledge drive. Donors can choose from some terrific WaterFire merchandise gift packages.

The documentary will air on RI PBS on Saturday, September 14th at 8:30pm and on Wednesday, September 18th at 8:00pm.

RI PBS is channel 36 here in Rhode Island, please check their website for info about tuning in on cable for RI, eastern Massachusetts and eastern Connecticut residents.

About WaterFire: Art & Soul of a City

The compelling story of WaterFire, one of the world’s most popular nighttime experiences. See WaterFire like you have never seen it before. Learn what inspires the artist. Hear how it touches people’s lives. Discover what’s next for this work of art. A DVD of the documentary with 50 minutes of bonus features is available for purchase at our online store.

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I've worked at WaterFire Providence since 2003. For the first 9 years of my career, I worked in the Production Shop learning all of the details that go into the physical production of the event. In 2012 transitioned to the role of managing WaterFire's social media and web presence. I now head up WaterFire Providence's digital projects including, web, social, databases, and our physical IT infrastructure.

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