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Summer Updates and Information

The Museum is OPEN for walk-in visits!  

No more appointments are necessary!  We will be open for visitors starting Thursday, June 3.  Our previous open hours of Thursday and Friday 1:00-5:00, Saturday and Sunday 12:00-5:00 will return at that time.  More information can be found on our Plan Your Visit page or you can email gschneider@rimosa.org with any questions.

Pre-registration is open for our Upcoming Virtual Programs and In-Person Summer Camps through the ACN!

Artist/Inventors Summer Session 2021

Age requirement: 9-14 years old (entering grades 3-8)

Dates: July 10, 2021 – Aug. 14, 2021

Meeting Times: Saturdays 10:30am-11:30am

CostFREE to RI students who enroll through the EnrollRI website ACN — EnrollRI Search for us under Online programs in the “Design & Arts” Content.

We deliver all new materials to your home and you join us Saturday mornings online, for our hands-on Artist/Inventors program! This is one of RIMOSA’s most popular programs. In each program, you will learn about a different innovative artist/inventor, then use the materials we delivered and the guidance of our live, online Educator to make your own creation inspired by that person’s work! This is the same program as our previous online Artist/Inventor programs, so if you weren’t able to get into the class before, now is your chance!

RIMOSA will be also be running 2 week-long camps this August, in-person at the museum! Details are on our Upcoming Virtual Classes page, sign up through the ACN — EnrollRI website.

Have you heard about our take-home programs and kits? 

We adapted 6 of our most popular Artists and Inventors programs into activities you can do at home, at any time!  Click here to place an order, and for more information view our Take-Home Kits page.  We are also developing a second series of 6 activities that will be available later this Spring.

We are available to deliver our outreach programs in-person or live online  

If your school, library, homeschool or other community group is interested in booking, please contact dbrunton@rimosa.org.  We can work within your existing COVID-19 protocols to deliver a safe, engaging educational program that keeps kids learning, working with their hands, and having fun! 

We have launched a new initiative to reach out to populations that have been overlooked in the past. 

We are available to bring our programs into communities such as foster families, kids who are hospitalized or in congregate care, incarcerated youth, adults in day programs and care facilities, and older adults in senior centers or nursing homes.  Our programs can be delivered live and in-person, live online via Zoom, or on your own time at your own place with pre-recorded video guidance.  Whether you are a program director at a facility, a direct service professional, social worker, or a group of parents and individuals in the community, we can find a way to bring our programming to you or arrange for an on-site program at our museum and adapt it as needed.  Contact Us for more information.

Find Us

Address
763 Westminster St. Providence, RI 02903

Parking
Free parking is available in our lot, located behind RIMOSA & accessible either from Dean St. or Washington St.  You may park in any of the spots marked  with the name of our building, “Bongartz.”

Public Transportation
The Cranston/Westminster stop on the Plainfield/Westminster bus route is located about a block away from RIMOSA on the same side of the street.

Open Hours:

Thursday & Friday: 1:00-5:00

Saturday & Sunday: 12:00-5:00

Phone: 401-272-0404

Email: info@rimosa.org

About this site: 

As a small non-profit, we are indebted to donors large and small, and skilled volunteers who have helped us.

Large thanks to the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts for their consistent support.