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Indigenous Artists and Unpolished Echoes, facilitated by the Tomaquag Museum

Presented by Museum of Natural History and Planetarium at Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, Providence RI

May 14 2022
Indigenous Artists and Unpolished Echoes, facilitated by the Tomaquag Museum

Join some of the featured artists at the museum for a panel discussion.

EXPLORE THE PAST AND PRESENT OF MASHAPAUG PARK IN UNPOLISHED ECHOES
Unpolished Echoes, a new collaboration between artist curators Holly Ewald and Becci Davis will connect visitors of Museum of Natural History and Planetarium with the sights and sounds of nearby Mashapaug Park.

As one of Providence’s newest parks, Mashapaug Park is an archive of stories. Unpolished Echoes is an exhibition that centers this natural world and its survival. This exhibition includes a multimedia installation, a

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ADMISSION INFO

This event is free. Pre-registration online is required as capacity is limited.

Contact: 401-680-7221

Email: mnhinfo@providenceri.gov

LOCATION

Museum of Natural History and Planetarium

Roger Williams Park, 1000 Elmwood Ave, Providence, RI 02907

PARKING INFO

Free, on-site parking.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

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