Archive For March 31, 2019

ROVING EYE FILM FESTIVAL

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ROVING EYE FILM FESTIVAL

THE 2019 ROVING EYE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL International Festival Enters 14th Year in Collaboration with Roger Williams University and Curated by University Students   (BRISTOL, RI:) The 14th Annual Roving Eye International Film Festival at Roger Williams University, presented in collaboration with in collaboration with the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film, kicks off April 8th and runs through the 14th. This year’s programming features…

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WAM: SOUTHEAST ASIA ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

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WAM: SOUTHEAST ASIA ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

Worcester Arts Council Grant Supports 2nd Southeast Asia Artist-in-Residency at WAM Funding allows artists from Southeast Asia to work and study in Worcester for six weeks this summer   Nguyễn Oanh Phi Phi, Specular (2013)   Worcester, MA—March 25, 2019—The Worcester Art Museum has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Worcester Arts Council to fund the collaborative…

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BE BEAR AWARE

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BE BEAR AWARE

WITH BLACK BEARS EMERGING FROM HIBERNATION, DEM REMINDS RESIDENTS TO PREVENT NUISANCE PROBLEMS BY REMOVING BACKYARD FOOD SOURCES THAT ATTRACT HUNGRY BEARS   PROVIDENCE – With the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) having received its first report of a bear sighting yesterday, DEM is reminding Rhode Islanders to remove potential food sources from their properties…

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ANDREW WILLIS RI SUNDAY MUSEUM CONCERTS

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ANDREW WILLIS RI SUNDAY MUSEUM CONCERTS

Bach Partitas 1, 2 & 5 “ Willis’ masterful sense of timing and the delicate sound of the instrument held the audience in a profound, attentive silence.” – Washington Post   First Unitarian Church  at Benefit & Benevolent St., Providence, RI   Come enjoy our wonderful Sunday afternoon concert series followed by wine and cheese get-together with the artists and music lovers!   Tickets can be…

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DEM PROPOSES MARKET-BASED FEES

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DEM PROPOSES MARKET-BASED FEES

DEM PROPOSES MARKET-BASED INCREASES IN USER FEES FOR CAMPGROUNDS & OTHER PARK RENTALS; HOPES TO REINVEST NEW INCOME BACK INTO IMPROVING PARKS & BEACHES   The proposed increases – which would be the first since 2002 – would put fees in line with other campgrounds in RI and neighboring states and shift a portion of the funding burden from…

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BECKY CHASE AT LINDEN PLACE

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BECKY CHASE AT LINDEN PLACE

Linden Place Mansion’s Concert Series Presents: Roots Rocker Becky Chase   Local roots rock and folk legends Becky Chace and Brian Minisce will perform in the Linden Place ballroom on Friday, April 5 at 7:30 pm.   On Friday, April 5th, Linden Place welcomes roots rock legends Becky Chace and Brian Minisce to the ballroom…

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ARTIST FOUNDATION CAPE COD FELLOWSHIPS

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ARTIST FOUNDATION CAPE COD FELLOWSHIPS

Money for Artists! Arts Foundation of Cape Cod Fellowship The Fellowship award accepts submissions in different artistic disciplines. Artists’ Fellowships are not project grants but are instead intended to fund an artist’s vision as displayed across a single criterion of work. Fellowships are not awarded to interpretative artists such as dancers or actors, applicants must…

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MAGAZINER ANNUAL REPORT

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MAGAZINER ANNUAL REPORT

Treasurer Magaziner Releases Annual Report Highlighting Recent Accomplishments PROVIDENCE, R.I. —   General Treasurer Seth Magaziner today released his Office’s 2018 Annual Report, which highlights work to support small businesses, to make a once-in-a-generation investment in schools across Rhode Island, and how his office is returning millions of dollars in unclaimed property back to its rightful owners.  …

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JOHNSON & WALES APPOINTS MARIE BERNADO-SOUSA

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JOHNSON & WALES APPOINTS MARIE BERNADO-SOUSA

Marie Bernardo-Sousa, LP.D., ’92, Appointed President, Johnson & Wales University Providence Campus   MARIE BERNADO-SOUSA Providence, R.I. – March 19, 2019 – Marie Bernardo-Sousa, LP.D., ’92, has been appointed president of the Providence Campus of Johnson & Wales University (JWU).   Bernardo-Sousa has been serving as the JWU senior vice president of administration and enrollment management…

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CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

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CULTURAL CENTER OF CAPE COD

ONE OF MANY SPRING CLASSES AVAILABLE CIVIL WAR IN IRELAND  with Sean Murphy   Wednesdays, beginning April 3  4 weeks from 7:15-8:15 pm $75/$70 members   The split over the Anglo-Irish Treaty led to the Irish Civil War (1922-23). In 1922, its two main Irish signatories, Arthur Griffith and Michael Collins, both died.     Collins was killed…

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