Upcoming Events

Momentum: Imagining Social Justice Art Exhibit

CSREA - Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America

Momentum, CSREA’s 2023-2024 Imagining Social Justice Art exhibit, encompasses a wide spectrum of works from the abstract to the figurative, from the conceptual to the concrete. This multimedia collection conveys a sense of forward movement while exploring the instances of deceleration and even regression containedRead More

Presence: A Womanist Lovesong to Black Fathers

Brown Arts Institute, Department of Africana Studies / Rites & Reason Theatre
, Atrium Gallery

Presence: A Womanist Lovesong to Black Fathers is an exhibition and envisioning space that encourages men of African descent to remember and represent their relationships with their fathers and children through a multimedia installation of creative and archival works. Through the artistic expression of 6 men residing in Rhode Island, this exhibition illuminates theRead More

Reimagining the STEM Field: Indigenous Identity and Higher Ed

CSREA Faculty Grant Event

STEM disciplines in higher education often center and reinforce Western epistemologies and pedagogies, which includes the perception that STEM is objective and not situated in a global context or community. Advancing equity and inclusion in STEM calls for anti-racist pedagogies to reach those students who are marginalized by systems of oppression.

Reimagining the STEM Field:Read More

Thinking Out Loud: Chemistry in the Sky and Beyond

Office of the Provost
, Room 120

Global climate is a top-of-mind issue for much of humanity. Will our planet become unlivable? What can we do to forestall that possibility? Can we play an active role in saving our planet without massive but inherently fragile globally coordinated action? While answering these questions is difficult, it is impossible without understanding the science. But we only have one world so how do weRead More

"Living While Black" Opening Reception & Artist Talk

First Unitarian Church, 1 Benevolent Street, Providence, 02906

Kicking off with a free opening reception & artist talk at 5 pm on Saturday, May 4, the formal parlors of historic First Unitarian Church will host the first-ever exhibition of all 40 portraits from "Living While Black" by Dr. Ajuan Mance, a professor at Mills College/Northeastern University and a Brown University alum. The exhibit will run through June 30.