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This art museum displays collections of old and later master paintings, Brown family heirlooms and correspondence, personal mementos of General Hawkins from the Civil War and...
The historical society museums is made up of several historic buildings including the 1786 John Brown House, 1822 Aldrich House and 1874 Library. All buildings displays period...
This university art gallery displays over 3,500 prints, drawings and photographs from 1500 to the present. Over 200 paintings and sculptures including works by Olitski, Stella,...
This historic house museum c1865 displays period furnishings, decorative arts, personal family memorabilia, photographs, documents, woodcarvings, etched and stained glass windows,...
This historic house museum, c1707 belonging to Governor Stephen Hopkins and displays period furnishings, Parterre Garden, and personal artifacts.
Collections of classical art, medieval art, 15th-20th century paintings, sculpture and decorative arts. Oriental textiles, Latin American works and Japanese prints and...
Collections of Rhode Island historical documents and art work, manuscripts, photographs and an Afro-American historical collection.
This historical preservation commission housed in the 1762 Old State House displays furnishings, portraits, furniture from the 19th century and early 20th century.
Each Sunday, an abundance of colors, sounds, aromas, and a strong community spirit in the air, the Providence Open Market is a good representation of many different groups working...
This historic site displays exhibits on Roger Williams; the founder of Rhode Island and one of the earliest proponents of religious freedom and democracy in North America.
URI Providence Campus Arts and Culture Program &
Providence Art Windows
In and Out of the Thickets by Liliya Krys in the URI Library Window Gallery
URI Feinstein Providence Campus Arts and Culture Program Presents Double Black History Month Exhibits: LYRICAL WARRIORS 1: ON THEIR OWN TERMS by Monique Rolle-Johnson and Simone...
There are collections of exhibits pertaining to state and local history, animals, water, early dental care and childhood development, marionette collection, toy train collection,...