Posts Tagged ‘Duane Slick’

Sabbatical Presentation Digested: Week One

    Duane Slick (Professor, Painting) gave his Sabbatical Presentation on Thursday, 2nd March 2017. His presentation entitled, The Faraway Invisible, concentrated on his time at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans where he was an artist-in-residence. Slick reflected in his talk on the Mardi Gras Indians  a group of people, in large part, based in the African-American communities of […]

“Four White Walls and A Sermon” Features Work by Slick and Smick

Work by Duane Slick (Professor, Painting) and Martin Smick (Critic, Printmaking) is included in a new exhibition featuring paintings and installation that utilize abstraction to build structures that hinge on personal narrative and symbology. The exhibition title, “Four White Walls and A Sermon,” is reference to both the physical space and ideological space created by […]

Museum's recent gifts on view 9/12/12, 10:00am-3:00pm

John Smith and the Museum’s curators invite the RISD community to visit Wednesday, September 12, between 10:00 and 3:00 to view the most recent group of gifts and purchases for the collection. Contemporary highlights include design by Lanzavecchia + Wai, a print by Raymond Pettibon, photography by Lucas Samaras, and a painting by Duane Slick. […]

Duane Slick to be featured in We are Here!

We Are Here!, an exhibition of work by the Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellows  at the National Museum of the American Indian (One Bowling Green, New York City) features work by Duane Slick (Professor, Painting), Alan Michelson, Bonnie Devine , Skawennati , and Anna Tsouhlarakis. The exhibition was organized by the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western […]

Duane Slick named 2011 Eiteljorg Fellow

The Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art announced that Duane Slick (Professor, Painting) is one of its  2011 Eiteljorg fellows. Each fellow receives an unrestricted grant of $25,000.  The other 2011 Eiteljorg Fellows and the Visiting Artist  (and their tribal affiliations) are: · Bonnie Devine (Ojibwa / Serpent River First Nation), Toronto · Skawennati Fragnito (Mohawk), Montreal, […]

Duane Slick recipient of School for Advanced Research Fellowship

Duane Slick (Professor, Painting) has been named the School for Advanced Research’s  (SAR) 2010 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native Artist Fellow.  Slick’s works have been described as “dream paintings whose aim is the exploration of matters spiritual, not physical.”  While at SAR, Slick will work to produce black-and-white paintings based on his research in the School’s […]