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RISD MUSEUM

20 North Main St (also enter on 224 Benefit Street) Providence, RI 02903

Rhode Island School of Design Museum

Rhode Island School of Design Museum, affiliated with the well-known Rhode Island School of Design, is a prominent art museum in Providence, in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. The museum was founded in 1877 and is the 20th largest art museum in the United States.

WaterFire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

WaterFire is simultaneously a free public art installation, a performance work, an urban festival, a civic ritual and a spiritual communal ceremony. Well known nationally and internationally as a community arts event, WaterFire's symbolism and interpretation is both inclusive and expansive - reflecting the recognition that individuals must act together to strengthen and preserve their community.

Brown University

Brown University, founded in 1764, is a member of the Ivy League and recognized for the quality of its teaching, research, and unique curriculum. Providence, RI.

Brown Stadium

Brown Stadium is a football stadium located in Providence, Rhode Island. It is the home of Brown University's football and outdoor track teams. The athletic teams at Brown University, known as the Bears, compete in the Ivy League. The stadium opened in 1925, and was originally known as Brown University Field.

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Providence Performing Arts Center

Providence Performing Arts Center - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) (formerly Loew's State Theatre and Palace Concert Theater) is a multi-use theater located at 220 Weybosset Street in Providence, Rhode Island. The building was a Loew's State Movie Palace and opened in 1928. PPAC contains over 3000 seats and hosts touring Broadway shows, concerts, plays, films, and a variety of performers.

Trinity Repertory Company

Trinity Repertory Company (commonly abbreviated as Trinity Rep) is a non-profit regional theater located in Providence, Rhode Island. The theater is a member of the League of Resident Theatres. Founded in 1963, the theater is "one of the most respected regional theatres in the country".