Observe. Explore. Create.

The images above are hands-on Art/Science exhibits designed and constructed by RIMOSA. As a "museum without walls", we borrow the sites of others to host our exhibits and programs over periods of time from hours to months. The pictures above were taken of our exhibits installed at locations from Rhode Island Public Libraries to Slater Mill’s Gallery to Waterfire to 171 Main Street, Pawtucket. Although we anticipate eventually having a permanent location, we enjoy the exposure RIMOSA exhibits and programs gain from “popping-up” all over Rhode Island!

06 May 2015 ~ 0 Comments

RIMOSA is blooming this Spring!

RIMOSA is running 2 programs this Spring with Providence After School Alliance(PASA)!  Gilbert Stuart Middle School students are exploring stop motion animation through the creation of a series of short films.  Students at Roger Williams Middle School are creating optical illusions, shadow sculptures and clay sculptures that light up! We are also gearing up for […]

12 April 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Rube Goldberg Marble Roller Coaster Program at Rogers Free Public Library

This Saturday, RIMOSA ran our Rube Goldberg Marble Roller Coaster program at Rogers Free Public Library in Bristol. Youth and their families explored kinetic/energy, gravity, chain reactions, transfer of energy and 3D foam marble roller coasters!!

17 February 2015 ~ 0 Comments

RIMOSA at the Providence Children’s Film Festival this week! 2/17/2015 – 2/20/2015

This week RIMOSA will be running our stop motion animation programs in connection with the Providence Children’s Film festival.  Stop by to view wonderful Films an explore the film making process.  We will be at a variety of Providence Libraries, please check out the PCFF website for details. Providence Children’s Film Festival

13 February 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Vartan Gregorian Science Night!

RIMOSA had a blast with Vartan Gregorian Elementary School students, families, staff, and volunteers at their Science Night 2/11/201!  Visitors explored our Marble Roller Coaster program and built Rube Goldberg inspired marble runs out of foam insulation pipes, dominoes, blocks, found objects, cars, tape, and whatever they could get their hands on.  RIMOSA also had […]

29 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

RIMOSA at Providence WaterFire 9/27/2014

RIMOSA was complete success at WaterFire! We displayed our Zoetrope animation machine, colored spot lights and shadow sculptures for over 100 visitors. Not only did they learn about RIMOSA and our programs, but also had a lot of fun creating simple animations and playing with colored shadows.