June 14, 2018

Everett School Is Open!

May 24, 2018

Open Stage!

Open Stage! Headliner: Manny x
May 16, 2018

Brain Café Loss & Grief

April 23, 2018

Brain café

April 19, 2018

Everett School

         
April 18, 2018

Friday Night Live

$5 at the door – All ages show – Families always welcome!  Everett Stage: 9 Duncan Ave., Providence, RI  (On the East Side of Providence, right […]
September 14, 2017

Everett Newsletter 2017

Everett 2017
January 25, 2016

Youth Freedom Café

Over the past four months, young artists from the community have been working with Everett artists to create dance and theater pieces that explore the meaning […]
June 3, 2015

Freedom Project

Freedom Project is now available for touring! "Magnificent... achingly moving stories; people's experiences artfully and powerfully interpreted...
May 2, 2015

Girls in General

A young women's group! Starts May 14 @4pm!
March 2, 2015

Everett will be closed for cleaning

Classes will be canceled March 9th
September 12, 2014

Session 3 Starts March 30!

CLICK HERE to view a full Schedule of classes!
April 18, 2018

Friday Night Live

$5 at the door – All ages show – Families always welcome!  Everett Stage: 9 Duncan Ave., Providence, RI  (On the East Side of Providence, right […]
May 29, 2014

Friday Night Live

Friday Night Live! Every Friday @7pm!
April 7, 2014

Hip Hop Saved My Life

Thursday, April 17 @ 7:30pm - A Freedom Project Brain Café examining the role of hip hop in the fight for social justice.
April 7, 2014

Freedom Project In-Progress Showing

Saturday, April 19, 2014 @ 4 pm - FREE - Join us for an informal presentation of in-progress material and conversation with the artists.
March 3, 2014

Open Stage

March 7, 2014 @ 8pm featuring Project 401! $5 @ the door. Project 401 is a collective of hip hop artists based in Rhode Island who use hip hop culture to engage with communities and relay positive social messages to the youth.
February 10, 2014

Freedom Café: Dear Mr. President

Saturday February 22, 2014 @8pm - Free. This Brain Café will ask questions about the roles that race and class play in shaping one’s interactions with law enforcement and the criminal justice system in America.