Posts Tagged ‘Amy Leidtke’

Leidtke Curates ‘Tangible Thinking’ Featuring Faculty and Alums

Art League of Rhode Island Opened Season with “Tangible Thinking: – The Intersection of Art, Design, Math, and Science” at the VETS Gallery (One Avenue of the Arts, Providence, RI). The exhibition took place from September 12, 2015 through January 16, 2016. The Curator of the program was industrial designer and artist Amy Leidtke (Senior Critic, […]

Leidtke Invited to Speak at Education Conferences

Amy Leidtke (Critic, Industrial Design) was recently invited to speak at the following education conferences: Keynote Address at the Higher Order Thinking Schools Conference, on the campus of Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, on July 16, 2014. The title of her talk is “Advocating for Strong Arts and Democratic Practice.” Featured Speaker at the May 8-10, […]

RICC celebrates Faculty Fellows, including Leidtke and Sproll

The Rhode Island Campus Compact will be hosting a statewide Engaged Faculty Symposium. The symposium will be held in celebration of the work of the 2013-2014 RICC Presidential Faculty Fellows, including Amy Leidtke (Critic, Industrial Design) and Paul Sproll (Professor, Teaching + Learning in Art + Design). The symposium will feature a keynote by Dr. Eric […]

RI Campus Compact Faculty Fellows Selected

Selections have been made for the 2013-2014 Rhode Island Campus Compact Presidential Faculty Fellowship, including the following two RISD faculty members. RICC welcomes the new Faculty Fellows and looks forward to an academic year of community engagement, shared practice, and meaningful learning. Paul Sproll (Professor, Teaching + Learning in Art + Design) Project: “Evaluating Community-Based Practicum: […]

Smith and Leidtke RISCA recipients

The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts has announced the recipients of its first 2014 round of grants. Steven Smith (Associate Professor, Photography) received a Fellowship in Photography to pursue his own work. Amy Leidtke (Critic, Industrial Design and Foundation Studies)  received a grant to collaborate with art teacher, Janine Lee, on a participatory design project, Kaleidoscopic Creation, […]