When the sun sets in 18th-century Providence, what happens at the mansion on the hill? Find out Thursday, April 19, when the Rhode Island Historical Society and Newport Historical Society present After Dark: Browns, Bad Boys, and Boudoirs.
Historian Presents Free Talk on New Book Exploring American Progressivism and the Coming of the New Deal
On Sunday, April 15 at 1:30pm the Museum of Work & Culture will welcome historian Robert Chiles for a free … Continue reading Historian Presents Free Talk on New Book Exploring American Progressivism and the Coming of the New Deal
In honor of April’s Autism Awareness Month, the Museum of Work & Culture has announced a special expansion of its SensAbilities series for individuals on the autism spectrum and others facing sensory challenges.
The Museum of Work & Culture’s 19th annual Salute to Spring/Bonjour Printemps event will take place on Sunday, March 25, at 1:30pm, and will celebrate Franco-American culture. The day will include the MoWC’s eagerly anticipated 2nd Annual Best Rhode Island Poutine Competition.
The public and press are invited to join the League of Francophone Organizations of Rhode Island on Thursday, March 22, at the Rhode Island State House as they gather with state and Francophone leaders to raise the Francophonie Flag and celebrate French language and culture in Rhode Island.
Ann Smith was born in Boston, Mass. in 1696 to puritans Samuel and Anna Smith. For some context, this means … Continue reading A Woman's Touch: Ann Franklin, Printing Pioneer
she rocked a gas mask like a boss!!! The Rhode Island Historical Society’s latest display at the Arcade building in … Continue reading She did more than make doughnuts…
Just as people are made stronger by being together, our local institutions are stronger when we work together across boundaries and find new ways to connect. These bonds make us more resilient and forge alliances that can take us in directions unimaginable. I’m always impressed with the amazing directions RIHS takes, and I’m excited that its members, friends, and supporters like you might come to see our play on March 15, with proceeds from the evening benefiting the organization!
The Museum of Work & Culture will host “Through Our Eyes,” an exhibit by the Rhode Island Consortium for Autism Research & Treatment (RI-CART). All of the work on display was created by artists with autism and related neurodevelopmental conditions and will be exhibited through April 30 as part of the MoWC’s events planned for Autism Awareness Month. The show is curated by Hartford, Conn.-based artist Matthew Best.
The Museum of Work & Culture will offer the final installment of its 2018 Valley Talks, a series of free lectures, on Sunday, March 11, at 1:30pm.