Adrian Moore Trask, our talented Development & Communications Manager, will be moving with her family to New Mexico this summer. She leaves her position at the Council to further her career in the fields of the humanities and creative arts management. We will miss Adrian, but we know great things are ahead and look forward to staying connected. We are now accepting applications for a full-time Development & Communications Officer.
The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities welcomes Reenie Barrow, Daniel Cavicchi, PhD, and Rebecca R. Riley to its Board of Directors. The new members bring expertise in the areas of higher education leadership, philanthropy, scholarship, arts, and community engagement.
Elizabeth Francis, executive director of the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities, shares discoveries from the Council’s approach to collaboration for addressing community and societal issues in Providence Business News’ One Last Thing
Congratulations to our 2016 Major Grant Awardees! Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea joined staff and board members from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities and over 65 community, civic, and cultural leaders at the Rhode Island Historical Society’s Aldrich House in Providence to announce the Council’s Major Grants on Wednesday, April 20.
Latino Americans: 500 Years of History programming with RI Latino Arts was recently featured in the ALA Office of Public Programs 2015 Annual Report.