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Arts & Culture
Wed June 2, 2010
Essayist examines critical, life-altering experiences
By Diane Postoian
Providence, R.I. – If each of us stopped and really reflected on our lives at this very moment, we could identify critical, life-altering experiences along the way that have shaped who we are. For Diane Postoian, a rich collection of these experiences has everything to do with the stories she feels compelled to tell every day of her life.
Diane Postoian, a native Rhode Islander, has received grants nationwide for her innovative work in education and theatre. She works at the Met Center matching high school students with mentors in the community who are eager to help transform a young person's life. Postoian also spends time touring schools as a free-lance arts educator and performer.