Posts Tagged ‘Graduate Studies’

Schiff drawings at Jane Lombard Gallery

Karen Schiff (Lecturer, Graduate Studies) was recently featured in a group exhibition, Sites of Knowledge, at Jane Lombard Gallery. The exhibition included drawings from her Agnes Martin Obituary Project. The summer group exhibition was curated by Melissa Bianca Amore and William Stover. Image: Zeitung from the Agnes Martin Obituary Project by Karen Schiff

Trecartin & Fitch Return to RISD Screening New Work, 04/05/16

RISD Alumni Ryan Trecartin (FAV ’04) + Lizzie Fitch (SCULP ’04) return to RISD for a Screening of New Work and Q & A for the RISD Community. Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center, 04/05/16, 1:00-3:00pm. Supported by the Robert Turner Theatrical and Performance Design Fund in conjunction with the RISD IDISC & FAV Sp2016 course Dada Today.  

Lecture: Carolee Schneemann, 03/22/16, 7:00PM

Carolee Schneemann will be giving a lecture on 03/22/16 in the RISD Auditorium starting at 7:00pm. Carolee Schneemann’s legendary performances, installations, and video art explore and fuse a vitality of sensate experience and vivid imagination through ideas of the sacred, taboo, and erotic pleasure. With remarkable courage she disturbs conventions and trespasses boundaries, altering the […]

Paul Sproll joins Governor’s Working Group

Paul Sproll (Professor, Teaching + Learning in Art + Design) is currently serving as a member of Governor Raimondo’s “STEM and Equity in Educator Preparation Working Group.” Additionally, in November he will serve as a member of the external committee that will review the Arts Program at Milton Academy where Ian Torney (MAE ’92) is […]

Sproll works with Florida Middle School teachers

Paul Sproll (Professor, TLAD) was invited to return in June to Brevard Public Schools in Florida to work with teachers from Ronald McNair Magnet Middle School and Stone Magnet Middle School – schools that are entering the third year of a multimillion dollar, federally supported, STEAM grant. Sproll’s 3-day professional development workshop was designed to […]

Sproll elected Vice President RIACTE

Paul Sproll (Professor, TLAD) has been elected Vice President of the Rhode Island Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, a state chapter of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. The AACTE is a national alliance of educator preparation programs dedicated to high-quality, evidence-based preparation that assures educators are ready to teach all learners on […]

Balken articles published

Debra Balken (Lecturer, Graduate Studies) has recently published: “Pedestals,” in Arlene Shechet, All At Once, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston and Prestel, 2015. The essay addresses the role of the pedestal in Arlene Shechet’s work for the exhibition catalogue that accompanies the twenty year survey of Shechet’s work currently installed at the ICA, Boston. She is also […]

Now open: 2015 Summer Graduate Studies-funded Research Assistantships

Research Assistants are graduate students engaged in faculty-guided and faculty-directed research. Research Assistantships include compensation for the graduate student, but also are meaningful educational and research experiences and opportunities to contribute to the creation of new knowledge. Research Assistantships are not work-for-hire. Full-time RISD faculty and part-time RISD faculty with multi-year contracts can apply for […]

Balken curating at Venice Biennale

Debra Balken (Lecturer, Graduate Studies) is curating a retrospective exhibition devoted to the mid-century American artist, Mark Tobey, which will open at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection with the Venice Biennale in 2017. Thereafter, the show will travel to the Addison Gallery of American Art. She also has an upcoming book review of Jed Perl’s American Art […]

Graduate Studies-funded Research Assistantships

The Graduate Studies-funded Research Assistantships for Spring 2015 recently selected 5 RISD faculty members with awards totaling $14,840. Research Assistantships include compensation for the graduate student, but also are meaningful educational and research experiences and opportunities to contribute to the creation of new knowledge. Below are the faculty members with brief descriptions of their research […]