One of Arts and Humanities Month’s stand out events is a virtual speaking program entitled How Culture Builds the Future, which was held on Thursday, Oct. 27. Included in the program is a special salute to Congressman James Langevin for his ongoing support of the arts and humanities in R.I.
Hosted and moderated by the Executive Directors of RISCA, Lynne McCormack, and the Humanities Council, Elizabeth Francis, the program features some of the grant awardees of RISCA’s and the Humanities Council’s joint program, which funded operating support to arts, cultural and humanities nonprofits.
Some of the panelists include:
- Gloria Crist, president and founder, the CORE Organization, Tiverton.
- Charles Roberts, managing director, R.I. Slave History Medallion Project, Newport.
- Allessandra Almeida Soares, Cape Verdean American Community Development, Pawtucket.
- Clay Martin, Artistic Director, Spectrum Theatre Ensemble, Providence.
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