Registration still open for theater educators’ conference in Providence, July 28-31

July 21, 2022
You can still register
We are thrilled to be hosting the American Alliance for Theatre and Education’s upcoming 35th annual conference, and its first-ever hybrid, conference Arriba el Telón (Raise the Curtain), at the Rhode Island Convention Center, July 28-31.
The national organization will highlight our state’s multi-lingual theaters and will showcase our commitment to theater education.
Registration is still open; online sign-up closes tomorrow (July 22)! Click here for the registration form.
For additional information, click here.
Grant deadline is October 14
Applications are now open for the Rhode Island Expansion Arts Program, a collaboration between Rhode Island Foundation, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts and Rhode Island Council for the Humanities.
The Program offers funding and organizational assistance to community-based, culturally diverse arts and cultural organizations.
To apply, click here
Para aplicar, haga clic aquí.
Melody Gamba of Providence has been named Artist in Residence and is now embedded in RI’s Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Gamba brings arts-based approaches to public health priorities.
She is a dance artist, educator, licensed mental health counselor and board-certified dance-movement psychotherapist, and she brings arts-based approaches to public health priorities. Read more.
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