Notable Works’ 2021 Virtual Earth Day Celebration
Premiere via ZOOM
Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 7 PM
Registration for this virtual event is free and everyone is welcome!
Notable Works Publication and Distribution Co., Inc. is a non-profit corporation, founded by Director, Bina Gehres and Artist in Residence, Noreen Inglesi, whose mission is to raise awareness for environmental and social concerns through the Arts while providing a venue to local musicians, composers and poets.
Some of our past projects include “Beyond 2000: The Future of Our Planet,” “A Musical Tribute to Rhode Island Visual Artists and Photographers,” and “Working In Harmony For Home and Hearth.” “Working in Harmony for Home and Hearth,” which was completed in partnership with South County Habitat for Humanity, was a compilation CD project intended to raise awareness about the issue of substandard housing and homelessness while also providing a venue to local composers and poets.
Some of our current projects include “Love Warms the Homeless Heart Tote Bag Project” and “Voices of the Earth: People Helping People.” Our tote bag project is a partnership with the Cranston Senior Enrichment Center’s Smile Doll Program under the direction of Ann Tanzi, which involves the distribution of tote bags filled with hand made dolls, scarves, hats, mittens, hygiene items and poetry books with resource pages to benefit local families in crisis. “Voices of the Earth: People Helping People” is intended to highlight the efforts of some of our local non-profit agencies, which are having a positive impact on our communities.
Notable Works’ Tribute to Audubon Society of Rhode Island
The Earth Is In Our Care
This is Notable Works’ Tribute to Amos House
This Notable Works’ Tribute to the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC) was produced by Maria Bilyeu. The Tribute Song was written by Noreen Inglesi and the photos were provided by WRWC.
The Land’s Our Legacy: Presentation by Notable Works
Goosewing Beach Preserve
Poetry and Music by Noreen Inglesi and performed by Dr. Audrey Kaiser, piano and Roberta Ricci, cello