Love for Mouse Deer

Come celebrate with us in this student-led fundraising event to purchase a new companion specimen for our Mouse Deer.

We are not sure if it is the big eyes, its frail looking legs or the overall smallness of this deer but this specimen's charisma just keeps growing and so does the number of students contributing to this event. Join us and be surprised by the many mouse deer inspired items for sale, artworks and baked goods.

Opening and bake sale Monday 25th at 6:00pm

Exhibition and memorabilia Jan 25th - Feb 5th

RISD’s Waterman Building
13 Waterman Street
Providence, RI — 02903

401.454.6451

January 25 6:00 pm -
February 05 6:00 pm

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