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 […]
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Fred Lynch (Associate Professor, Illustration) had his work recently featured in Harper’s Magazine, his tryptic work, Rooftop View of an Italian Town, was chosen for the cover of the October 2017 edition. The ink drawings are part of his ongoing series, Drawings From the Road to Rome, created in Central Italy.
John Gardner (Critic, Architecture) has recently had his work featured in an article, Painting on planes: Stunning sketches of airplane life, on the CNN: Travel website. The article takes the form of an extended interview with Gardner in which he talks about the formation of his body of observational sketches during his international travels.
Debra Balken (Senior Lecturer, Graduate Commons) curated a Mark Tobey retrospective, which was installed at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice during the summer of 2017. This exhibition will open at the Addison Gallery of American Art on the 4th November 2017 and run through 11th March 2018. The exhibition represents the first overview of the Mark […]
All faculty are invited to view the RISD Global exhibition Time. Space. Place: Global Thoughts and Practices at RISD at Woods Gerry. The exhibition is open through 1st October, 2017 and it includes work by students involved in RISD off-campus global learning programs and partnerships over the past year.
Laura Briggs (Critic, Architecture) recently attended the Alternative Economic and Monetary Systems (AEMS) workshop in Vienna, Austria – an academic summer program that offered an evaluation of economic alternatives that considers natural boundaries and the human factor to be equal parts of the equation. The goal of the workshop was to help solve some of […]
Jonathan Knowles (Professor, Architecture) has recently attended the Green Building Solutions workshop in Vienna, Austria which specializes in providing first-hand ecological knowledge and engineering expertise during in a three-week program. The program was split into two weeks of lectures, workshops and excursions, with the third week dedicated to designing a group project incorporating the knowledge […]
Paul Soulellis (Assistant Professor, Graphic Design) has recently returned from leading the RISD Reykjavik program. The students were able to engage in a diverse range of experiences that included explorations of Iceland’s unique landscapes and also working with two New York City based sound/video artists for the last three weeks of the program. The culmination […]
Having trouble? Click here to view this email in your browser. Call for Papers We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the Eleventh Global Studies Conference, held 29–30 July 2018 at the University of Granada in Granada, Spain. Founded in 2008, the conference is held annually in different locations around the world, each selected for its particular place […]
Marcin Gizycki’s (Senior Lecturer, History of Art + Visual Culture) film Theatrum Magicum has won the award for the best experimental short at Festival de Cine de Santa Cruz. The film will be shown at the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival on 12th August 2017 at the Moses Brown School: Woodman Family Community and […]