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Through March 28, the Edward Mitchell Bannister Gallery will feature a group exhibit titled “Perspectives/National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts,” reflecting the evolutionary history of ceramic art.Read Story
Clinton Foundation fellow and former political journalist Mark Dunkelman presented a lecture at Rhode Island College on his new book "The Vanishing Neighbor: The Transformation of American Community."Read Story
Dancer/choreographer A’Keitha Carey held a public lecture and several dance classes at RIC to introduce CaribFunk – her own fusion of Afro-Caribbean, classical ballet and modern dance – designed to re-claim freedom of the body.Read Story
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Despite below-freezing temperatures, RIC’s spring calendar of the arts promises to warm Rhode Island audiences.
Jose Rosario, a 19-year-old who uses a wheelchair, is determined to help support at-risk teens.
RIC biochem major Lisbeth Avalos introduced President Barack Obama at a recent speech held at RIC’s Murray Center.