All in-person events will be held on the campus of Brown University. Events on April 27, 28 and 30 take place at the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage at Brown University, located at 357 Benefit Street (building entrance 50 Williams Street). The reception on April 29 takes place at the David Winton Bell Gallery, located at 64 College Street. On-street parking is available near both the Center for Public Humanities and the Bell Gallery. For public transportation options, please consult the website of the Rhode Island Transportation Authority.
The Center for Public Humanities is not normally wheelchair accessible, but a ramp can be installed if guests request one in advance. If you or a member of your group is planning to attend an in-person event at the Center during Inheritance and require a ramp or another accommodation, please email Marisa Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least 3 days before the start of the Symposium. The Bell Gallery is wheelchair accessible.
Artwork credit, web banner: Detail, Jazzmen Lee-Johnson, Not Never More (2022)