Artist Talk - Michael Rakowitz - November 12th at 5:30PM
The Department of the History of Art and Architecture and the Center for Contemporary South Asia present an artist talk by Michael Rakowitz who will discuss his recent food-related projects, and his new cookbook: A House with a Date Palm Will Never Starve.
Tuesday, November 12th at 5:30PM at the List Art Building, Rm 120
The Athenæum Presents Karen Armstrong - November 15th at 6:00PM
The Providence Athenæum is thrilled to welcome Karen Armstrong to Providence! At a time of intolerance and mutual incomprehension, renowned scholar and TED Prize-winner Karen Armstrong’s latest book The Lost Art of Scripture shines fresh light on the world’s major religions to help us build bridges between faiths and rediscover a creative and spiritual engagement with holy texts.
WHEN: November 15th; Doors at 5
Books will be able one hour before and up to one hour after the program in the Atrium of the First Unitarian Church
The Cardigan Connection: Author Series
Popular radio host and book enthusiast, Robin Kall, in conjunction with the Brown Bookstore, welcomes readers to the Cardigan Connection: Author Series on the third Tuesday of each month. The series is open to the public and takes place this month at Askew, 150 Chestnut St, Providence, RI. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the event runs from 7pm-9p.m.
Tuesday, November 19th features distinguished authors:
- Wild Game by Adrienne Brodeur
- Growing Things by Paul Tremblay
- How Fires End by Marco Rafalà
- This Land Is Their Land by David Silverman
Each author will read for 15 minutes from their work. There will be a short break with time for conversation and refreshments. Brown University Bookstore will have books available for purchase and autographing.