Back to the Work: Encounters with Historical & Contemporary Voices
It has been said that a building is the extension of the owner’s mind, but a building is also the extension of the builder’s arms. By asking, "Who built Lippitt House?" Strange Attractor and Lippitt House Museum will develop a new multi-sensory installation for visitors in Providence, RI in the Spring of 2018.
Focusing on the central theme of labor, this project attempts to reveal the fingerprints on our built environment, bringing to light the human effort and expertise that created the clothes we wear, the houses we live in, and the objects that surround us. Come explore, discuss, and discover the people whose work make these “beautiful surroundings” possible.
Sundays at 2pm and Tuesdays at 7pm throughout March and April 2018, excluding Sunday April 1.
Reservations strongly encouraged due to limited capacity. Information coming soon on how to reserve.
Jed Hancock-Brainerd, Rebecca Noon, Andy Russ, Emily Shapiro and Stray Creatives
Dave Painter, Property Manager and Restoration Specialist
This project is developed with support from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities.