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MEET OUR GRADUATES: Assel Sat’s Love of Music is Truly International

Rhode Island College Impact

“These recognitions make me feel very happy and proud of myself.” ~ Assel Sat

RIC Professor, Alums Experience the ‘Gilded’ Life

RIC Professor of Music Samuel Breene (pictured) and two of his former students got a taste of high society as orchestra players in the HBO series "The Gilded Age."

RIC/RIPBS Collaboration Provides Opportunities for Students to Perform

Rhode Island College Impact

"Black Joy," a Rhode Island PBS documentary series, features RIC students both in front of and behind the camera.

Celebrate Women’s History Month with Judith Lynn Stillman’s “Women of Note” Film and Concert Event

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Encore presentation of Stillman’s film “Women Trailblazers in Music” to be followed by world premiere performances from guest artists Shani Collins and Valerie Tutson.

Arts Grad Finds Success On a Path She Never Knew Existed

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"No matter what your field is, you have to have a deep trust in yourself." -Tracey Woods

For RIC Alumnus, Making Art is Good Medicine

For Sherly Torres ’21, who struggles with ADHD, art has been a refuge.

The In-Between World – The Art of Magda Léon, RIC Alumna

“In America, we talk about the American Dream, but the American Dream is very expensive for immigrants. There’s a personal price we pay to come here,” says Léon.

Stained Glass Window Class of ‘68

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The window was commissioned and donated by the Class of 1968 as part of their 50th anniversary gift to the college.

Award-Winning Producer & Alumna Profiles Actor Behind Vampire Cape

In the soap opera “Dark Shadows,” Jonathan Frid played a 175-year-old vampire unintentionally released from his chained coffin.

Film about Trailblazing Female Composers to Premiere at RIC, Accompanied by Performance

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"Women Trailblazers in Music: Noteworthy Composers" features extraordinary music by, and fascinating stories about, women composers, spanning 12 centuries. The event also includes a live concert with Judith Lynn Stillman and Friends.