Posts Tagged ‘Katy Schimert’

Professional Development Grants Awarded

The RISD Professional Development Fund was established with a Mellon Foundation Grant, with the goal of fostering excellence in the fields of art and design, and the advancement of knowledge in related fields. The fund also provides financial support for the extraordinary costs of studio work, for research projects that could not be done otherwise, for […]

Schimert Work in Andrea Rosen Group Show

“The Temptation of the Diagram,” a group show at the Andrea Rosen Gallery organized by Matthew Ritchie, includes work by Katy Schimert (Assistant Professor, Ceramics). The exhibition explores the diagram as an essential mode of artistic practice. “This modest exhibition is not a history of the diagram but an organization of compelling examples of a […]

“Hypertrophic Visions” Opening + Reception

The exhibition Hypertrophic Visions opens at the New York Center for Art and Media Studies (NYCAMS) gallery, 44 West 28th Street, 7th Floor, on March 8 and will run through April 12. The artists included in Hypertrophic Visions, Katy Schimert (RISD Associate Professor, Ceramics) Jonathan Ehrenberg, Matthew Fisher, Valerie Hegarty, Darina Karpov, Hiroyuki Nakamura, and […]

Nine faculty-led research projects funded by Graduate Studies

During its first two rounds of funding in 2012/13 the Division of Graduate Studies  funded nine research projects. Faculty research projects which received funding as a result of the first two calls for proposals are listed below. Please contact supervising faculty for further information about the projects’ content. Project Title:  Earth/RISD Design/Build and Future Conferences […]

Katy Schimert at Bertrand Delacroix Gallery

Katy Schimert (Asst. Professor/Term, Ceramics) is  in a two-person exhibition with Ouattara Watts at Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, October 13-November 12, 2011.  Schimert works in a variety of media, including sculpture, painting, drawing, film, and installation.  Her works on paper use overlapping, colorful forms creating a cohesive image.  These forms project various emotions piecing together Schimert’s […]