Posts Tagged ‘international’

Hermann Lectures on Peace-building in Colombo, Sri Lanka

Elizabeth Hermann (Professor, Landscape Architecture) lectured in Colombo, Sri Lanka on, The Arts in Conflict Transformation and Peace-Building: Sri Lanka and Colombia. The talk is part of her sabbatical writing on psychological states and creativity in times of conflict and terror, and the role creative practices can play in post-conflict societies. It is also part […]

‘A Sketchbook as a Diary’ by Jarno Kettunen

  Jarno Kettunen (Critic, Apparel Design) has recently published a new book entitled, A Sketchbook as a Diary, published by Belgian art book and calendar publisher Stockmans as a limited edition of 512 copies. The sketchbook is a 2018 artist notebook/calendar with selected works of Kettunen’s decade long career as a fashion illustrator — including backstage illustrations […]

Borgatti Presents Paper on Research in Nigeria

Jean Borgatti (Assistant Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) recently presented a paper at the 2017 African Studies Conference held in Chicago. The paper focused on the history and sources memorial masquerades of Edo-speaking people living in Nigeria, Tall Ghosts, that returned annually to dance with their living kin and affirmed community solidarity and […]

Elyashiv Solo Exhibition at Galerie Marzee

Noam Elyashiv (Critic, Jewelry + Metalsmithing) currently has a solo exhibition on display at Galerie Marzee (Lage Markt 3, Nijmegan). The exhibition is entitled, Conversation, and will run through to 10th January 2018. The exhibition explores the transition of two-dimensional shapes into objects that are situated on the body; the formal gestures that occur in […]

Kettunen Feature on Belgian TV

Jarno Kettunen (Critic, Apparel Design) was featured on the Belgian TV show ‘Iedereen Beroemd‘. The show focuses on Kettunen’s unique approach of traveling around the world with his compact atelier drawing a wide variety of people, including models backstage at fashion shows, dancers at the ballet, and personalities at high profile events. On 3rd November […]

Saito Publishes Across Europe

Yuriko Saito (Professor, History, Philosophy + the Social Sciences) has had her second book, Aesthetics of the Familiar: Everyday Life and World-Making, was published by Oxford University Press. In addition to the Aesthetics of the Familiar Saito was also recently published, Arjen estetiikan vihertyminen, which is the Finnish translation of “The Greening of Everyday Aesthetics” in Vihreä päänsärky! […]

Rihouet Gives Papers in Rome and Assisi

Pascale Rihouet (Senior Lecturer, History of Art + Visual Culture)gave a presentation on conflict in processions entitled, Cortei trionfali e disordini spettacolari nella Perugia rinascimentale, at the international conference Il teatro del sacro. Pratiche di dialogo tra religione e spettacolo organized by the Università degli studi of Perugia, 8-10 Sept. 2017 in Assisi. Rihouet also gave a talk […]

Morgan & Irvin Present at Making and Unmaking

Lisa Morgan (Assistant Professor) presented with Kate Irvin (Curator, RISD Museum) and Nakeia Medcalf, a Graduate student in Architecture at Making and Unmaking the Environment: Design History Society Annual Conference 2017, University of Oslo.   The panel’s theme explored, Repair, Textiles, and Contemporary Design, and initiated a deep investigation into the lessons that worldwide practices of mending […]

Borsani Exhibts at FASE 9

Alejandro Borsani (Associate Professor, Experimental & Foundation Studies) will exhibit his work The End of the Sun at C3 Centro Cultural de la Ciencia as part of FASE 9 – Encuentro de Ciencia, Arte y Tecnología during November in Buenos Aires City. During its ninth installment FASE 9 will bring together artists, designers, performers and […]

Peltz exhibition ‘Recovering Data Remains: (Re)Working Knowledge’

Daniel Peltz (Professor, Film Animation Video) recently had a collaborative installation, Recovering Data Remains: (Re)Working Knowledge, at the Färgfabriken exhibition space. The installation and performance contained remains from the archives of two different artistic research projects he initiated and led in remote industrial towns become tourist sites: When we dig, things come up (Narrative fragments, Peking […]