Mapping Arts – Providence was Featured in the Providence Journal!

Mapping Arts – Providence was Featured in the Providence Journal! Photo: Bob Thayer/The Providence Journal The Providence Art Club, at 11 Thomas Street in Providence, far right. Founding member Edward M. Bannister, a black painter, moved to Providence in 1869 and taught at RISD. He won a medal at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876. Since September,… Read more »

Mapping 100 years of African Diasporic Arts History in Providence

Check out a blog post written by Dr. Lara Stein Pardo on the Center for Public Humanities’ website – Mapping 100 years of African Diasporic Arts History in Providence!   Full text: Mapping Arts – Providence reveals the lives, influence, and work of black artists in Providence from the 1860s through the 1960s. The project… Read more »

Join us for the launch of Mapping Arts – Providence, December 12, 2013!

Mapping Arts Project-Providence Public Launch, December 12, 7PM Digital Scholarship Lab, Brown University, 10 Prospect Street, Providence, RI The Mapping Arts Project invites you to join us for the Public Launch of Mapping Arts Project-Providence. This project a collaborative effort by Brown University graduate students and faculty to digitally map the lives, influence, and work… Read more »