Lecture/Presentation

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday November 07, 2012

Seventy foot waves batter a tattered life raft 250 miles out to sea in one of the world’s most dangerous places, the Gulf Stream.  Hanging onto the raft

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday October 18, 2012

Join Museum Curator and Consultant, Madelyn Shaw, at a presentation on Quilts and Textiles: Legacies of the American Civil War, based on her new

Submitted by tamason on Monday October 15, 2012

Please join us for the 6th Annual Workshop in Providence, RI. This year's theme is Immigration and Citizenship.

The 6th Annual African Studies Workshop (ASW) will feature a talk and discussion

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday August 24, 2012

Save the Date: Rhode Island Broadsides Rule!

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday August 23, 2012

Enter into a spellbinding journey into the high-stakes world of art theft.

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday August 22, 2012

This event is completely booked!

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday August 15, 2012

The weird creatures and ghostly haunts of Rhode Island folklore are rooted in the forgotten chapters of the state's long

Submitted by lmoulton on Tuesday July 24, 2012

Relive the stories of the ‘40s and ‘50s with Dr. Ed as he follows the success of his bestseller, “Growing Up Italian; Grandfather’s Fig Tree and Other Stories.” Relive the dinner, hear the sounds, smell the aromas, taste the food, walk the

Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday May 23, 2012

On a clear June morning in 1769, a crowd gathered near a tall wooden platform, curiously watching gentlemen like Joseph Brown, his brother Moses, Stephen Hopkins and others using a telescope to observe the Transit of Venus. Two Providence

Submitted by lmoulton on Monday May 14, 2012

Dominated by Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island's scenic coast is paralleled by the tracks of some of the oldest and now fastest