Foundation Studies

Strahle in Exhibition ‘Three Friends Represent’

Gwen Strahle (Senior Critic, Foundation and Experimental Studies) is featured in a new group exhibition entitled, Three Friends Represent, currently on view at the Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College (600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence). Strahle is featured along with works by Susan Lichtman and Ruth Miller.

Cabell and Contributors Inc. Published in Cabinet Magazine

Mimi Cabell (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) and her fellow collaborator Phoebe Stubbs are the organizers of Contributors Inc, which was recently published in the current issue of Cabinet Magazine in an article is entitled Cabinet. Contributors Inc. is a collective that works with the contents lists in art and culture magazines to highlight the […]

Zlotsky Featured in Celebrating 40 Exhibition

Deborah Zlotsky (Associate Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is featured in a new group exhibition Celebrating 40 at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts (529 West 20th Street), New York. The exhibition celebrates Kathy Markel’s forty years as a gallerist in New York and celebrates the galleries backbone of abstraction with impact combined with a foundation of […]

Cabell Featured in Group Show ‘Working Forces’

Mimi Cabell (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is featured in a collaborative installation, One Makes an Instrument of Themselves, and is Estranged Also, currently installed in the exhibition Working Forces at The Soap Factory (514 2nd Street SE) in Minneapolis. The exhibition is on show now through 18th December 2016. The installation is an investigation of […]

Ryskin and Hogarth Present Teaching at AICAD

Masha Ryskin (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) and Emma Hogarth (Critic, Experimental and Foundation Studies) will give a presentation on their collaborative teaching projects at the AICAD 2016 Symposium, Beyond the BFA, currently being held at the Ringling College of Art and Design. Their presentation is entitled Finding Our Senses: Adjusting Pedagogy to Contemporary Contexts and […]

Gaetano Adi At Ars Electronica’s Future Innovators Summit

Gaetano Adi (Assistant Professor, Experimental & Foundation Studies) was invited to join Ars Electronica’s Future Innovators Summit and participate in series of intensive workshops and collaborative deliberations about the future of education. Gaetano Adi joined 20 innovators from all over the world including artists, designers, scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, and social activists. Organized by Ars Electronica […]

Clements Awarded Awarded National Academy Fellowship

Dawn Clements (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) was awarded a National Academy Affiliated Fellowship at the American Academy in Rome. Clements will take up her fellowship at the American Academy in October and will be in residence for two months. The purpose of the National Academy Affiliated Fellow (NAAF) is to provide an eight-week […]

Borsani Solo Show at UMass University Gallery

Alejandro Borsani (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) opens a solo show titled Countdown to the end of the Sun at the University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Lowell (870 Broadway Street, Lowell). The exhibition includes new work encompassing sculptures, videos, and photography that explore the poetics of deep time, weather patterns, and astronomical processes. The […]

Hirst Featured in Thriving Artist Podcast

Leslie Hirst (Associate Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is featured in the Thriving Artist Podcast,  which is part of the Clark Hulings Fund Business Accelerator Program for artists. Hirst was a recipient of the Clark Hulings Fund in 2015 and in the podcast she shares insights about her practice and philosophy as an artist, designer and […]