Announcements + Updates

Soulellis Leads RISD Reykjavik

Paul Soulellis (Assistant Professor, Graphic Design) has recently returned from leading the RISD Reykjavik program. The students were able to engage in a diverse range of experiences that included explorations of Iceland’s unique landscapes and also working with two New York City based sound/video artists for the last three weeks of the program. The culmination […]

CfP: CAA Connect Annual Conference

The 2018 Call for Participation for the 106th Annual Conference, taking place February 21–24, 2018, in Los Angeles, is now open. Contributors are sought to present their own work related to session topics outlined in CAA’s 2018 Call for Participation. This document shows only Sessions Seeking Contributors via an open call. Check the CAA website in October for full CAA 2018 conference […]

CfP: Eleventh Global Studies Conference

Having trouble? Click here to view this email in your browser.     Call for Papers We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the Eleventh Global Studies Conference, held 29–30 July 2018 at the University of Granada in Granada, Spain. Founded in 2008, the conference is held annually in different locations around the world, each selected for its particular place […]

Schiff Works on the Critique

Karen Schiff (Lecturer, Liberal Arts) recently gave a lecture, Abstraction in the Public Sphere, at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Schiff has also published an essay, Consideration (As An Antidote to Critique), in the anthology Beyond Critique: Contemporary Art in Theory, Practice, and Instruction. The essay began as a College […]

Schiff drawings at Jane Lombard Gallery

Karen Schiff (Lecturer, Graduate Studies) was recently featured in a group exhibition, Sites of Knowledge, at Jane Lombard Gallery. The exhibition included drawings from her Agnes Martin Obituary Project. The summer group exhibition was curated by Melissa Bianca Amore and William Stover. Image: Zeitung from the Agnes Martin Obituary Project by Karen Schiff

Saito Publishes on the Japanese Garden

                          Yuriko Saito’s, Japanese Gardens: the Art of Improving Nature, is included in Japanese Environmental Philosophy, recently published by Oxford University Press edited by J. Baird Callicott and James McRae. Saito was invited to contribute a revised version of her original essay that first […]

Gaetano-Adi Art Gallery Chair at SIGGRAPH 2017

Paula Gaetano Adi (Associate Professor, Experimental & Foundation Studies) was appointed Art Gallery Chair for SIGGRAPH 2017, the 44th International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. During her appointment Gaetano Adi curated, Unsettled Artifacts: Technological Speculations from Latin America, the first exhibition in SIGGRAPH’s history in featuring works from Latin American artists […]

‘Theatrum Magicum’ Shown at International Film Festival

Marcin Gizycki’s (Senior Lecturer, History of Art + Visual Culture) film Theatrum Magicum has won the award for the best experimental short at Festival de Cine de Santa Cruz. The film will be shown at the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival on 12th August 2017 at the Moses Brown School: Woodman Family Community and […]

Lostritto Projects into The Night Gallery

Carl Lostritto (Assistant Professor, Architecture) was one of four exhibitors recently featured in The Architect’s Newspaper. The article reviewed a series of month long installations at the Night Gallery in Chicago, which is curated by Future Firm. Lostritto exhibited a series of drawings and a corresponding animated version of the architectural geometry. From the article: […]