2018 Schedule

Brain Week RIMarch 10-18, 2018

Brain Week RI activities are mostly free, and open to anyone. Most of our evening events are appropriate for older children and adults. Younger children will find great activities at the URI and Brown Brain Fairs.

The schedule below is still being adjusted. Please stay tuned for more details as our events are finalized.

 

Events to Explore Before Brain Week RI Even Starts

 • Ongoing – Mental Images: Two Artists Explore the Brain’s Form & Function

 • March 2 – Brain Injury Education Conference

 • March 2 – Live Bait: True Stories From Real People

 • Week of March 12 – Brain Injury Awareness Month Advocacy Activities

 

 

 • Investigating the Brain Up Close in Schools

 • Through Our Eyes: Visual and Performing Arts by People with Autism

 • Providence Brain Art Fair & Opening Reception

 • Alzheimer’s Disease Expert Talk and Study Participation

 • Mental Tapas: Reframing Mental Illness

 • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: When Too Much is Not Enough

 • Precision Medicine & The Brain

 • Dance for All People: Dance for Aging and Movement Challenges

 • Neuro-Advocacy in Lil’ Rhody: Brain Health, Brain Illness, and Brain Research

 • Alzheimer’s Movie Screening and Panel: “Still Alice”

 • Out of My Head: New Documentary About Migraine Disease (RIH)

  • The Story Collider

 • Brown University Brain Fair

•  PeaceLove Studios Creators Workshop

 

 • University of Rhode Island Brain Fair

 • Out of My Head: New Documentary About Migraine Disease (Brown)

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