Edward M. Bannister:
The Artist and His Influences
An exciting series of events about Providence's 19th-century Black power couple who created institutions,
shaped the art scene, fought for the abolition of slavery, and built alliances across the racial divide.
The Bannister Project
by Angel Sweeney
The Christiana Carteaux Bannister Memorial Plaque
is Made Possible by Our Generous Donors:
Black Philanthropy Bannister Fund
Rev. Jonathan Huyck
2 Free Walking Tours of
The Bannister's Providence
Saturday, Sept. 9 @ 11am
Sunday, Sept 10 @ 11am
To register, email your preferred date, name & phone number to: StagesofFreedom@aol.com
Edward Bannister Statue Unveiling
Thursday, November 2nd @ 5:00 pm
at the RISD Museum Auditorium
Ed Shein in discussion with Barnaby Evans and
Ray Rickman about placing Edward Bannister's paintings in the Smithsonian Institute.
Tap below to register.
Christiana Carteaux Bannister
Historic Marker Dedication
Saturday, Novemeber 4th @ 10 am
(Rain Date Sunday November 5th)
Stages of Freedom,
10 Westminster Street, Downtown Providence
Join us for the dedication of an historic memorial plaque to honor Providence's foremost Black Victorian Philanthropist, Hair Doctress, and Wife of painter Edward M. Bannister.