Posts Tagged ‘Jennifer Liese’

Liese’s ‘Social Medium’ at NY Book Fair

Social Medium: Artists Writing, 2000–2015, the first major anthology of 21st-century artists’ writings, will debut at the New York Art Book Fair, with preview copies and a panel discussion on 18th September at 3:00 PM. A collection of seventy-five texts by artist-writers from around the world, Social Medium, is edited by Writing Center director Jennifer […]

Byrne, Liese, and Schiff Present at SAR Conference on Writing

Mairéad Byrne (Professor, Literary Arts+Studies), Jennifer Liese (Director, Writing Center), and Karen Schiff (Lecturer, Graduate Studies) each presented at the Society for Artistic Research (SAR) annual conference on 28th and 29th April in The Hague. SAR is a Zurich-based non-profit organization that “nurtures, connects and disseminates artistic research as specific practices of creating knowledge and […]

RISD Faculty Fellowship Opportunity – July 15 2013 Deadline

The Academic Commons Program ( is wrapping up its first season of grant-funded projects exploring integrative undergraduate teaching and learning. Research summaries from each of the project leaders will be posted on our website later this summer. We hope you’ll find the project research—on critique, writing, student-made materials, senior written thesis, and movement—informative, provocative, and […]

ACP Information Session

The Academic Commons Program (ACP) invites you to learn about generative grant and fellowship opportunities available now to RISD’s full- and part-time faculty, graduate students, and recent post-grads. ACP Information Session April 2, 12–1 PM The Tap Room Funded by the Davis Educational Foundation, the Academic Commons Program (ACP) is a two-year pilot program supporting […]

"America in View: Landscape Photography 1865 to Now" Exhibition Opening at the RISD Museum

A broad panorama of our country’s topographies and correlating narratives, America in View reveals a nation’s ambitions and failings, beauty and loss, politics and personal stories through about 150 photographs spanning nearly 150 years. Ranging from 19th-century albumen prints documenting the pristine drama of the Western landscape to contemporary digital images that construct newly imagined […]