CULTIVATING CREATIVE LIVES
Creative Impact Series features programs and panel discussionsdesigned for artists and arts professionals in southern New England. These programs introduce attendees to curators, fellow artists, galleryowners, new creative ideas, potential exhibition opportunities, and provide low-stress networking sessions.
You are invited to the third Creative Impact Series Program. See below for program details. We look forward to seeing you!
With spring approaching, the celebrates the color, warmth and beauty of nature with its annual Flower Show. The Museum’s galleries are transformed into live gardens by landscape and floral designers during this special event - and the third Creative Impact Series program will be part of this lush setting.
The evening will include relationship building and feature several special guests from New England arts agencies and organizations including the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Pawtucket Arts
Collaborative, and the Art League of RI. Learn how these agencies and others cultivate creative lives and work to grow art, culture and humanities programs in our region.
With live performances by:
Mark Taber on piano and the Eastern Medicine Singers
Videographer- Besty McLaughlin
Free parking is available in the Museum parking lot. Handicapped accessible.
To register, visit http://creativeimpactapril.eventbrite.com
Creative Impact Series coordinators:
Elena Calderón-Patiño, , RISCA
Mim Brooks Fawcett, Executive.Director, Attleboro Arts Museum,
Nancy Gaucher-Thomas, Artist/Founder, Art League of
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Rhode Island State Council on the Arts
Established in 1967, the RI State Council on the Arts (RISCA) is charged by the state legislature to stimulate public interest and participation in the arts and to serve as the liaison to the state arts community. The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts serves as a catalyst for the advancement, appreciation and promotion of excellence in the arts, by encouraging leadership, participation, and education in the arts for all Rhode Islanders.