Posts Tagged ‘Chris Taylor’

Taylor at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

Chris Taylor (Senior Critic, Glass) is current featured in a new group exhibition at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (258 Main Street, Ridgefield) the exhibition is entitled, Handheld, and it explores the contemporary meaning of touch by charting artists’, designers’, and makers’ various responses to objects scaled to the hand. Including works by Alma Allen, Aldo Bakker, […]

Taylor Featured at 1969 gallery and Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Chris Taylor (Senior Critic, Glass) has been selected to feature in the opening exhibition of the new 1969 Gallery (103 Allen Street, New York). Taylor was commissioned to produce a special sculpture piece to accompany All Together Now: New Paintings by Tom Anholt, Markus Bacher, and Alexander Kroll. The exhibition is on show now through 6th November 2016. […]

RISCA honors Taylor

Chris Taylor (Senior Critic, Glass) has received the 2016 RISCA Fellowship Merit Award in Crafts. Fellowship grants acknowledge the work of 25 of Rhode Island’s finest artists in a variety of arts disciplines. Born in Iran, Chris Taylor attended the Rhode Island School of Design, where he received his MFA degree. He has been the […]

Spring 2013 Professional Development Grant recipients

The Professional Development Fund Committee met mid-April to review project proposals submitted for its Spring 2013 funding cycle. The Committee received requests for over $68,000 in support. The Committee is pleased to announce the following awards to: Catherine Andreozzi, Associate Professor, Apparel for 3-D printed apparel/footwear to be exhibited at the 3-D Print Show that […]

Chris Taylor Selected for 2012 DeCordova Biennial

Chris Taylor (Senior Critic, Glass Department), was selected as one of twenty-three artists in the New England area, to showcase work in The 2012 DeCordova Biennial. Curator Dina Deitch and Guest Curator Abigail Ross Goodman have collaborated the Museum’s “largest and and most ambitious to date” exhibition. Not only will the work of these 23 […]