Dialogue on Diversity

Rhode Island College recognizes that society as a whole is characterized by its rich diversity, that this diversity is a basic strength, and that such diversity is expected to increase, both within society and within the College community. As an institution of higher education, the College is committed to promoting an understanding of and appreciation for the increasingly diverse backgrounds and beliefs of those who comprise the College community, as well as the larger community of which Rhode Island College is a part.

Dialogue-on-Diversity Spring Lecture Series presents

Art and Community Empowerment:
Inclusion and Opportunity
Umberto 'Bert' Crenca
Artist & Founder of AS220

Wednesday, March 22
Sapinsley Hall
12:30 - 2 p.m.

'Bert’ has exhibited his works and performances globally in galleries and on stages in Italy, Puerto Rico, and Scotland and has been recognized for his commitment to community development and innovation in the arts.

AS220, serves as a model for access and sustainability in the nonprofit arts world.

In 2016, founder ‘Bert’ Crenca was recognized as one of ten national “Champions of Change for Making.”


Progam funding provided by the Committee on College Lectures with support from Educational Studies/Youth Development.

Page last updated: Wednesday, March 8, 2017