Ellen Driscoll’s (Professor, Sculpture) Spring 2012 course “Spokes of the Wheel: Public Art in Kennedy Plaza” which is devoted to the revitalization of the heart of Providence, was recently written up in the Providence Phoenix. Driscoll’s students presented their initial ideas to city officials at the Office of Art, Culture + Tourism this past week. The […]
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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.
Ellen Driscoll (Professor, Sculpture) has been awarded an Artist’s Resource Trust grant from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation for the creation of new work in 2012.
Ellen Driscoll (Professor, Sculpture) is showing drawing and accordion books at the Brooklyn Public Library June 28-September 18, 2011. The opening reception will take place on Tuesday, June 28 from 6-8pm. The work is part of her ongoing investigation of the relationship between consumption, the aggregate peril inherent in small everyday marketplace choices, and environmental […]
An exhibition of Ellen Driscoll’s FastForwardFossil #3 is on view at the West Cork Arts Centre in Skibbereen, Ireland October 1-November 27, 2010. This third stage of Driscoll’s ongoing project that tackles the impact of consumption on landscape and environmental health includes drawings, photography, photography and a sculpture made of thousands of plastic water and […]
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Public Art Network, Americans for the Arts announced the 2010 Public Art Year in Review. The Year in Review recognizes 40 of the year’s best public art works in the United States and Canada, chosen from entries from across the continent. Artists Helen Lessick and Fred Wilson curated […]
Ellen Driscoll (Professor, Sculpture) will show “Still Life” as part of the “Agriculture Encounters Sculpture” group exhibit opening at Allendale Farm in Brookline, Massachusetts on September 2, 2010 from 2-4pm.The show was curated by Allison Newsome (RISD ’83). Visit the exhibit’s website: http://aes-2010.net This new work created with collaborators Xiaowen Wu and Sarah Ditmars is […]
A photograph of a sculpture by Ellen Driscoll appears in the May 10th New York Times Op-Ed piece, “Plan B in the Gulf”.