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Barbara Wong, Program Provider

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Barbara Wong is executive director of ¡CityArts!, a community arts organization that provides free, professional arts education to Providence, Rhode Island, youth ages 8-14 and is one of the Providence After School Alliance (PASA) community program providers. ¡CityArts!, which has been an out-of-school-time arts provider since 2005, is inspired by the creative process of art making and the exploration of ideas and concepts that shape our communities and everyday lives.

Wong was involved early on in PASA's formation and continues to be actively engaged in its South Side/West End AfterZone Coordinating Council.

Barbara Wong wants to hear from you.

Use the comment field below to get in touch with Wong. Posted questions and comments are forwarded directly to program participants. (Scroll down through existing comments first to see whether your question has previously been answered.) You can also reach Wong through the ¡CityArts! site.

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Anonymous (not verified)

Our organization the Linda Vista Library Assoicates, a friends group to support our library, is sponsoring your November presentation at our library and we would like to promote your program.

Could you please send promotional material and a poster or two to me at the following address:

Barbara McKinzie-Slater
1445 Arroyo View Drive
Pasadena, CA 91103

626 449-2640
Cell: 626 818-4911
Or you may e-mail graphics and other materials to me at

We need this information before Saturday October 3 so, if I can pick it up I will be happy to do so.

Thank YOU! and we look forward to your presentation.

Barbara McKinzie-Slater
Linda Vista Library Associates

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