Posts Tagged ‘Fred Lynch’

Lynch published in French illustration journalism magazine

Fred Lynch (Associate Professor, Illustration) was published in XXI, the French illustration journalism magazine in May. The image and story were drawn from of his ongoing series Paul Revere’s Ride Revisited which examines history, preservation and change in America. For the story, Lynch revisited the site of a Catholic covent and school in Somerville, Massachusetts which […]

Lynch featured in literary magazine, The Common

Fred Lynch (Associate Professor, Illustration) wrote about his work for the The Common, the award-winning literary magazine which examines “A Modern Sense of Place.” The publication is sponsored by Amherst College. For the feature, Lynch described his ongoing series of drawings from Central Italy that explores discovery and the experience of place through site-specific inquiry. […]

Lynch Shows the World, One Drawing at a Time

Fred Lynch (Associate Professor, Illustration) will be teaching a workshop and leading an event he created, The Big Crit, at the 7th Annual International Urban Sketchers Symposium being held this year in Manchester, England (July 27-30th, 2016). The term ‘urban sketching’ was coined by Gabriel Capanario who is a journalistic illustrator for the Seattle Times. […]

Welcome new faculty and term appointments

Academic Affairs is pleased to welcome these new faculty and term appointments to RISD. Thank you to the search committees for their considerable time and effort this year. ​ Full-time Appointments: Apparel Design Gwen van den Eijnde, Assistant Professor Neil Gilks, Associate Professor Architecture Aaron Forrest, Assistant Professor Experimental and Foundation Studies Dawn Clements, Assistant […]

Lynch featured in Drawing magazine

Fred Lynch (Senior Critic, Illustration Department) is featured in the Spring Issue of Drawing magazine. The article features six artists from around the globe who are known for their mastery of drawing in ink. The Spring 2014 issue of Drawing focuses on ink and the many ways artists use it in their work. Articles include a survey of […]