MoWC Events & Exhibits



Each Saturday in March, the Museum will be screening a full-length French language film produced in Québec in celebration of Francophonie, a month dedicated to honoring French language & culture.

March 25, 1:30pm — Henri Henri

Raised in an orphanage run by nuns, Henri continued to live there after reaching adulthood, becoming responsible for the lighting around the property. Forced to leave his longtime home when the convent is sold to real estate developers, Henri is thrown into the world without a compass. He follows the advice of the sisters and “follows the signs of destiny” to a job as a lamplighter. Through encounters with a bitter old businessman who earned and lost a fortune making pickles and a dreamy cashier, Henri changes people’s lives.


Final Salute to Spring Mailer 2017 (page 1)



When I Grow Up 2017 - Bradley Inpatient

Through Our Eyes: An Exhibit by the Rhode Island Consortium for Autism Research and Treatment

March 18 – April 30

The Museum of Work & Culture is proud to present the work of artists on the Autism Spectrum or with related neuro-developmental conditions. The exhibit is presented as part of the Museum’s Autism Awareness Month programming.