Seven Hills Rhode Island Receives Grant for their Integrated Visual and Performing Arts Program
The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts has awarded Seven Hills Rhode Island (SHRI) with a $3,160.00 grant towards their Integrated Visual and Performing Arts Program (IVPAP). With the mission to provide Rhode Islanders with opportunities to participate in the arts, the Council has been a continued partner of SHRI’s IVPAP. The goal of IPVAP is to provide a community-based and arts-based educational experience in which children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities are able to engage in social, recreational, creative, and vocational activities. Collaborating with the Trinity Rep's Active Imagination Network (TRAIN) program, IPVAP holds performances twice a year as well as an art exhibit in the summer to showcase the many talents of the people who we support.
Thank you so much to the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts for their amazing support! Please be sure to check out IVPAP’s performance of Super on January 22, 2020, 7pm, at Bishop Hendricken High School.