Ever wondered what CoWorks was about? How to gain access? What tools are there? If so, then we are pleased to announce the launch of the new Co-Works website where you can find the answers and more: www.coworks.risd.edu Opened in 2014, Co-Works has primarily been for students enrolled in our interdisciplinary courses, however, in response […]
Announcements + Updates
Paula Gaetano Adi (Associate Professor, Experimental & Foundation Studies) work was recently exhibited at Transito_MX07 at the Centro Nacional de las Artes in Mexico. Gaetano Adi exhibited TZ’IJK, an autonomous robotic agent from her Mestizo Robotics series. In its seventh biennial installment, Transito_MX is the largest media art festival in Latin America and one of the […]
Daniel Peltz (Professor, Film Animation Video) recently had a collaborative installation, Recovering Data Remains: (Re)Working Knowledge, at the Färgfabriken exhibition space. The installation and performance contained remains from the archives of two different artistic research projects he initiated and led in remote industrial towns become tourist sites: When we dig, things come up (Narrative fragments, Peking […]
Yuriko Saito (Professor, History, Philosophy, + the Social Sciences) has been invited to contribute an essay on everyday aesthetics to the fourth edition of Aesthetics: A Reader in Philosophy of the Arts, which was recently published by Routledge.
Suzanne Scanlan (Lecturer, History of Art + Visual Culture) presented a paper entitled, But Those Petticoats! Enterprising Women in Providence and the Rhode Island School of Design, at a conference called Influences and Expressions: The Arts and Crafts Movement in Providence, Newport and Environs in September. Initial funding for her research was provided by the […]
Steven Subotnick (Critic, Film Animation Video) has been featured in numerous international festivals and galleries. Highlights include, Dandelion and Two have been included in the Pompidou Centre’s, Mon Oeil, web series, Flight was part of a group show at Studio 44 gallery in Stockholm, Sweden in August, Little Girl was screened in festivals in Brazil, Australia, Germany, […]
Fred Lynch (Associate Professor, Illustration) had his work recently featured in Harper’s Magazine, his tryptic work, Rooftop View of an Italian Town, was chosen for the cover of the October 2017 edition. The ink drawings are part of his ongoing series, Drawings From the Road to Rome, created in Central Italy.
John Gardner (Critic, Architecture) has recently had his work featured in an article, Painting on planes: Stunning sketches of airplane life, on the CNN: Travel website. The article takes the form of an extended interview with Gardner in which he talks about the formation of his body of observational sketches during his international travels.