Providence Brain Art Fair 2018

Date: Sunday, March 11
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Place: Rhode Island Museum of Science and Art, 763 Westminster St, Providence (directions)
Open to: All
Price: Free

Click here to register your submission online ahead of time!

Organizers Belinda Mahama and Valerie Estela with 2017 winner Megan Caruso.

 

 

All are invited to the Brain Week Rhode Island 2018 kickoff event! The Providence Brain Art Fair and Opening Reception will give you a chance to explore your artistic side and learn more about this year’s events. The Providence Brain Art Fair and Opening Reception will run concurrently in the same art hall. Grab free snacks and drinks, walk around the art gallery, engage in hands-on art and science exhibits, and hear about the Brain Week Rhode Island 2018 upcoming events! This is a family friendly event.

Want to get involved? We are in need of brain-inspired art submissions to fill our gallery! Any medium is allowed, as long as you can bring it to the fair. All ages encouraged. 

The schedule for the Brain Art Fair will be as follows:

10:00 – 10:50 AM: Art drop off/set up give your artwork to an event organizer right inside the museum)
11:00 – 1:30 AM: Fair and judging of artwork
12:00 – 2:00 PM: Opening reception
1:30 AM: Winners announced
2:00 PM: Art must be broken down and taken

The mission of the Providence Brain Art Fair is to promote creative expression of the mind and brain through artistic representation and exploration. We hope to inspire the spirit of inquiry in children and adults by making the sciences accessible. Since 2010, the Rhode Island Museum of Science and Art (RIMOSA) has brought open-ended experiences of art and science to thousands of Rhode Island youth and adults at schools, camps, festivals and other places where curious people gather. RIMOSA’s engaging hands-on and open-ended exhibits and programs appeal to a wide variety of learning styles and emphasize the tools that both artists and scientists share; curiosity, observation, experimentation and communication.

Parking is available on Westminster Street, in the lot behind RIMOSA (accessible from Dean St in spots marked “RIMOSA”), and across the street near Classical High School.

Click here to register your submission online ahead of time!

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