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Source:  WaterFire Providence
Friday, 21 August 2020 13:48



Source:  WaterFire Providence
Thursday, 13 August 2020 13:20



Source:  WaterFire Providence
Friday, 07 August 2020 10:06



Source:  WaterFire Providence
Friday, 31 July 2020 23:01



Source:  WaterFire Providence
Thursday, 30 July 2020 09:41



Source:  WaterFire Providence
Thursday, 23 July 2020 12:39


Introducing the WaterFire Relief Fund
Source:  WaterFire Providence
Thursday, 25 June 2020 16:12

These are extraordinary times.
WaterFire Providence is an extraordinary organization.
WaterFire faces an extraordinary crisis.

Make a donation today: waterfire.org/waterfire-relief-fund/

For 25 years WaterFire has been transforming place and building community in downtown Providence with impacts that reach into every corner of Rhode Island. More recently, with the opening of the WaterFire Arts Center in the underserved Valley/Olneyville neighborhood, we make world-class art, like Berlin artist Ryan Mendoza’s The Rosa Parks House Project and British artist Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon, accessible for all. We believe in and are committed to #Art4Impact.
WaterFire is an iconic Rhode Island institution.

Unfortunately, we’ve had to indefinitely postpone the WaterFire season and shut the doors of the WaterFire Arts Center, losing the earned revenue on which our work depends. We need your help—now more than ever—to get us through this financial crisis.

The WaterFire Relief Fund will help alleviate the anticipated catastrophic impact on our organization, programs, and dedicated creative workforce who are the heart and soul of our vibrant organization. Funding will be used to support the retention of WaterFire Providence’s full-time staff as we transition to virtual and alternative programming in the WaterFire Arts Center and beyond.

Please consider making a gift that will allow WaterFire to survive these unprecedented times, remain strong, and produce public events and reopen the arts center when circumstances allow.

We believe that in times of crisis like this there is an even greater need for art like WaterFire that brings us together, celebrates our differences, and provides hope for the future. Together we are living through an important moment of history. It’s all the more important, therefore, that our response fits this moment.

Thank you for your ever generous support. It makes a real difference.

Please stay healthy, well, and safe.

Make a donation today: waterfire.org/waterfire-relief-fund/

Tags: waterfire, waterfire arts center, philanthropy, donations, rhode island and providence



Source:  WaterFire Providence
Tuesday, 16 June 2020 12:29



Source:  WaterFire Providence
Tuesday, 16 June 2020 11:02


June 3, 2020 Beacon of Hope Luminaria Ceremony
Source:  WaterFire Providence
Monday, 08 June 2020 15:44

The WaterFire Beacon of Hope is a dynamic art installation where a single brazier illuminates the Main Hall of the WaterFire Arts Center representing a beacon of hope looking forward to the time when we can all gather together again in the heart of our capital. Once again we will experience WaterFire with our city filled with vibrant joy and discovery and our exhibitions and events again enlivening the WaterFire Arts Center.

Surrounding the solitary brazier are a field of luminaria, each memorializing a Rhode Island soul lost to COVID-19. Each evening at 8:30 p.m., when we would be gathering by the fires on the river, we will light and set out an additional luminaria for each life reported lost that day.

Tune in live - waterfire.org/beaconofhope/

Tags: waterfire, covid-19, memorials, beacon of hope and live stream


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