Submitted by tamason on Monday June 08, 2015

The University of Rhode Island's 9th Annual


June 18th - 20th

Submitted by tamason on Saturday March 28, 2015

Hear local experts explore how cultural memory is collected, preserved, and shared. Join the conversation about the spaces and objects of history.

Taylor Polites: The Rebel Wife (Moderator)

Kate Irvin: Curator Costume and

Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday February 19, 2015

This one-day studio course is for writers who are working on a literary translation in any genre (poetry, prose, experimental or cross-genre work, etc). It is for writers who are just starting on their first translation and for experienced

Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday February 19, 2015

This class meets every Sunday, March 22nd to April 26th, from 1:00 to 3:30 pm. This is a course for writers of all genres and levels of experience who are interested in collaborating with other artistic mediums. Visiting local artists will lead

Submitted by kwells on Sunday December 21, 2014

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday September 19, 2013

In this popular seminar intended for both readers and writers, award-winning novelist Justin Kramon explores the art of storytelling from a writer's perspective.  He examines how writers across the centuries build narratives.  Through a

Submitted by lmoulton on Tuesday August 27, 2013

Topics Covered:

  • How are the new digital technologies changing the face of publishing?
Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday March 21, 2013

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday February 21, 2013

he HiFi (Historical Fiction) Collaborative

A Providence Writing Group

 The HiFi Collaborative is a forum for historical fiction writers to:

  •  Share their writing
  • Offer and receive feedback
  • Discuss
Submitted by tamason on Wednesday May 16, 2012

Christopher Johnson — Poetry Workshop (10 & Up)

Award winning Poet/Spoken Word Artist Christopher Johnson will be showcasing his self affirming, motivational style of performance and words focused on “Taking Back the Night.”