Literature professor Ralph William Boone examines the history of Black in Russia, from the earliest writings in Ovid and Pindar through to the present day. How is it possible that the father of modern Russian literature, Alexander Pushkin, is the great-great grandson of a slave from Cameroon? Come learn about this fascinating story and many others.
Registration is limited to Warwick patrons, ending January 25, 2013.
Open registration begins January 25, 2013.
No mess! Learn an easy and relaxing method for transferring your favorite images for use on greeting cards or artwork. Please bring your own images to transfer. Only photocopies (b/w or color) or images clipped from newspapers and magazines work for this technique.
Artwork by Jacinthe Battaglino using this technique will be on display in the Board Room during the month of January.
Do you love comics, anime, and games? Do you love science fiction and fantasy? Join our brand new multifandom club, Sci-fi Wasabi! Meet other fans and discuss everything you love. Meets the 3rd Saturday of every month.
Have you always wanted to learn to knit? Here's your chance with this four-session class! Yarn will be provided, but please bring your own size 8 knitting needles. Open to anyone in grades 5 through 12.