Posts Tagged ‘Fine Arts’

Fultineer and Brinkerhoff Appointed Deans

Provost Sharma is delighted to announce that Scheri Fultineer will be Dean of Architecture + Design, and Robert Brinkerhoff will be the Dean of Fine Arts from 1st July 2017.   Scheri Fultineer Dean, Architecture + Design Many of you will know of Scheri as the Department Head of Landscape Architecture, where she has developed a […]

Peltz Awarded Funding for Bureau of Irrational Affairs

Daniel Peltz (Professor, Film Animation + Video) was awarded a highly competitive seed-funding grant from the Swedish National Arts Grants Committee for the development of a new Bureau of Irrational Affairs within the regional government of Finspång, Sweden. Peltz has been working in Finspång since a 2007 Fulbright artistic research grant brought him to the […]

Subotnick Receives Fellowship at American Antiquarian Society

Steven Subotnick (Critic, Film/Animation/Video) has received a Creative Arts Fellowship at the American Antiquarian Society (185 Salisbury Street) in Worcester, MA. He will spend the month of July 2017 in the Society’s archives conducting research for his project Tender Parts. More information on the American Antiquarian Society can be found here

Dufresne Exhibition at Cleveland Museum of Art

Angela Dufresne (Assistant Professor, Painting) is featured in a group exhibition opening on the 4th November 2016 at the Cleveland Museum of Art (11150 East Blvd). The exhibition is entitled Living Dangerously and combines Dufresne’s work with those of British born artist Nicola Tyson. The works on view confront the risks of walking the line between figural […]

Foster Exhibition ‘Illuminating’

Megan Foster (Associate Professor, Printmaking) is currently featured in a solo exhibition at the Black & White Gallery (56 Bogart St, Brooklyn, NY) entitled Illuminating. Foster’s work offers an insightful narrative of the everyday experience through a mix of art, architecture, design and so-called science. Inspired by her middle-class, suburban upbringing, Foster has been making paintings […]

Adimando Exhibition at Flinn Gallery

    John Adimando (Critic, Painting) is currently featured in a new group exhibition at Flinn Gallery (101 West Putnam Av, Greenwitch, CT) entitled I’ve Lost Control Again. The exhibition explores issues of control in contemporary life and art practices and runs through to the 30th November 2016.

Lecture: Christopher Harris, 11/7, 7PM

Monday, 7th November, 7:00pm RISD Auditorium Christopher Harris’ award-winning experimental films include a long take look at a post-industrial urban landscape, an optically printed and hand-processed film about black outlaws, a pinhole film about the cosmic consequences of the sun’s collapse, a macro lens close up of a child’s nightlight and a double projection film […]

Rick Lowe, Julie Mehretu, and Shahzia Sikander In Conversation

Rick Lowe, Julie Mehretu, and Shahzia Sikander Thursday, November 10, 4:30-6pm RISD Auditorium Shazia Sikander, Rick Lowe and Julie Mehretu (RISD MFA ’97) will discuss the cultural landscape from the 1990’s to present day and their part in shaping it. The friends will develop a dialogue about artists supporting artists, collaborations, mentoring, and what lies […]

Pender awarded Autodesk Pier 9 Residency, San Francisco

Stefanie Pender (Critic, Glass) will participate in a residency program at Autodesk Pier 9 in San Francisco. She will gain access to advanced CNC machines and build on previous material explorations with some of the most cutting-edge technology available today while drawing from a multifaceted network of technical support and expertise. She will work with […]