Man in costume with outrageous red and green mask/headdress (photo credit: Iounex)

Machine Dazzle Mask Making Workshop

COVER YOUR FACE IN STYLE
with Celebrity Costume Designer Machine Dazzle

Create your very own over-the-top face mask in this hands-on Zoom workshop for all ages. No experience or shopping required! The theme of the event is MUSIC. Participants will be guided to create a piece inspired by a favorite song, lyric or genre using RECYCLED materials FOUND around the house, in the garden or on a walk in a park. Just bring your creativity!
Registration Required
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Dialogue Dinner

DIALOGUE DINNER
with Daniel Bernard Roumain and Matthew Shenoda

a community dinner and conversation with renowned violinist/composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) and Matthew Shenoda, Associate Provost for Social Equity and Inclusion at RISD, in dialogue on the role of the artist as social activist.
FREE – RESERVATION REQUIRED
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Musician dancing alone in a spotlight on an otherwise dark stage

Social Justice Fair

SOCIAL JUSTICE FAIR
Raise Your Voice!

6-7 PM in the Parish Hall. Join FirstWorks and over 15 local organizations before DBR’s Redemption Songs and Sonatas performance to learn how you can Raise Your Voice and make the world a better place for all.
FREE – tickets are required for the 7 PM performance in the sanctuary
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Silhouette of a woman holding a tiny person in her hand against a backdrop of animated ocean with fish and a large full moon

Miwa Matreyek

MIWA MATREYEK
Glorious Visions in Animation
March 25 event postponed

Merging animated vistas and her own moving shadow, Miwa Matreyek creates a moving art gallery of magical, spellbinding narratives and debuts her newest work exploring connections between humans and climate change.
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Close up of woman's face in profile with her hand raised and projected lines of light on her face

Miwa Matreyek Artist Up Close

ARTIST UP-CLOSE CONVERSATION
March 28 event postponed

LA-based animator, director, designer and performer Miwa Matreyek will discuss the methods and inspiration behind her “Glorious Visions in Animation,” to be shown on March 25th, 7:30pm at Providence College Smith Center for the Arts.
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CUNNINGHAM

CUNNINGHAM
Film Screening
April 1 screening postponed

Co-presented by FirstWorks and Brown Arts Initiative, this poetic film traces Cunningham’s artistic evolution over three decades of risk and discovery (1944–1972), from his early years as a struggling dancer in postwar New York to his emergence as one of the most visionary and influential choreographers worldwide.
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