European Honors Program
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras joined Barnaby Evans, WaterFire creator, volunteers from Rome and Providence and RISD EHP students for Rome’s inaugural WaterFire lightings, September 21 and 22.
The American Academy in Berlin invites applicants for its Berlin Prize residential fellowships for 2013-2014, as well as early applications for the ensuing two academic years. The Academy is a private, non-profit center for advanced study in the humanities, public policy, social sciences and the arts. The Berlin Prize Fellowships allow academics, writers, artists […]
Katherine Scanga (RISD’s International Education Manager) led an Education Abroad Workshop on July 12, 2012, at Providence College with co-presenter Kristen Kalbrener of UMass Dartmouth. This workshop is offered under the auspices of NAFSA: Association for International Education, and introduces new or beginner education abroad professionals to the various program models, basics of financial aid, and health and […]
Please join us for a conversation with EPSCoR Research Scientist Marta Gomez-Chiarri, Digital Artist Jack Lovell, and Industrial Designer David Zacher as they reflect on their experience in art+design+science collaboration to develop tools for visualization. The conversation, entitled The Encounter, will launch the new series Conversations | Collaborations, an initiative of the Creative Arts Council at Brown University. The series is curated […]
Full and part- time faculty from all divisions are invited to apply for Chief Critic, European Honors Program (EHP). Applications should be made for Fall 2013 or Spring 2014. The Provost will make the Chief Critic appointment upon recommendation from the EHP Committee and Associate Provost for Academic Affairs. Sessions: Fall 2013, July thru Dec […]
Ezio Genovesi (Director, European Honors Program) has invited by the Department of Engineering/Architecture of the University of L’Aquila to give a talk on the value of keeping a sketchbook, as practiced from Goethe to Kahn.
For the first time in over 30 years Rome had a significant amount of snow! The city was a winter wonderland. Imagine Rome without traffic! School was closed for three days. Ezio Genovesi, RISD’s European Honors Program Director, and his wife Laura took many pictures of this marvelous sight. Here are a few:
The European Honors Program Committee is pleased to annouce that Susan Doyle (Assistant Professor, Illustration) will serve as Chief Critic from July 1 to December 31, 2012 and Ellen Driscoll (Professor, Sculpture) will serve as Chief Critic from January 1 to June 30, 2013.