Exploring the history and future of Narragansett Bay
July 1-August 21

with Gallery Receptions & Entertainment
July 17 and August 21 5:00-9:00pm

The exhibit includes the work of Del-Bouree Bach, Harley Bartlett, Richard Benjamin, Joan Bogosian, John Cucco, David Everett, Mark Freedman, Lisa Goddard, Richard Harrington, Bruce G. Hooke, Christopher Long, Meg Kerr, Salvator Mancini, Tom Martino, Peter Nievert, Barbara Pagh, Arthur Richter, Lila Samson, Anthony Tomaselli, Denyse Wilhelm.

There will also be Archival Photographs and Artifacts from Save the Bay, URI Graduate School of Oceanography, URI Narragansett Bay Coastal Institute, URI CELS Fisheries Program, Ft Adams Trust, Newport Naval War College Museum, RI Commercial Fisheries Center, RI Commercial Fishermen’s Association, RI Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance, RI Shellfishermen’s Association, Roger Williams University Shellfish Restoration Program, Providence Working Waterfront Alliance, Promet Marine, Sprague Energy, Herreshoff Museum, Duffies Tavern, Quonsett Development Corporation, RI Department of Environmental Management, City of Providence Archive.

The Gallery Night Reception on July 17th will include music by Fishing with Finnegan and a book signing with Richard Benjamin.

The exhibit explores Narragansett Bay as a source of transportation, food, work, and recreation from prehistory to the future some of the contemporary environmental concerns facing the Bay.

URI Feinstein Providence Campus Gallery is located in the 1st and 2nd floor lobby
80 Washington Street, Providence RI 02903

M-TH 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
F&S 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
(closed Sunday and Holidays)

For information call Steven Pennell at 401-277-5206

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