Cecelia Lahiff''18 Art History and Classics major will present her paper titled "Wet Stars: Ancient Conceptions of Astronomy in Golden Age Latin Poetry" at the Rev. Cornelius P. Forster, O.P. Making History Conference.
Saturday, March 25, 3:15
pm in LL 13 of Harkins Hall. The conference features the best original research from our brightest students.
Painting Professor Heather Leigh McPherson will exhibit her work at Grin Gallery in a solo show titled "Tip of the Nose" from March 18-April 15, 2017.Reception March 18, 6-9pmMarch 18 - April 15, 201760 Valley Street, Unit 3Providence, RI firstname.lastname@example.org. 401 272 0796Open Saturdays 12PM - 5PM, and by announcement, appointment, and chance.
The Providence Art Club is hosting an exhibition "Making Her Mark, The Women Artist of the Providence Art Club 1880," from March 5 to March 31 with a symposium on March 25. Michael Rose'13 Art History major currently works as Gallery Coordinator at The Providence Art Club. Art History Professor Deborah Johnson and Emeritus Art History Professor Alice Beckwith will both give lectures at the exhibit. Please keep watch for an update on the times for these lectures. Download more information.
The 8th annual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity will take place on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, in the Slavin Center. This event is a chance to showcase the excellent scholarly, creative, and service work that Providence College students are doing on campus, in the community, and indeed, around the world. The Celebration has grown each year, and features students from all class years and from many different departments and disciplines.