Alejandro Borsani (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) opens a solo show titled Countdown to the end of the Sun at the University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Lowell (870 Broadway Street, Lowell). The exhibition includes new work encompassing sculptures, videos, and photography that explore the poetics of deep time, weather patterns, and astronomical processes. The […]
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Leslie Hirst (Associate Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is featured in the Thriving Artist Podcast, which is part of the Clark Hulings Fund Business Accelerator Program for artists. Hirst was a recipient of the Clark Hulings Fund in 2015 and in the podcast she shares insights about her practice and philosophy as an artist, designer and […]
Gabrial Feld (Chief Critic, European Honors Program) was invited to install his work at the Galleria Comunale of Barga, Italy as part of the show Paesaggi Ora (Landscapes Now) which opened in July. The title of Feld’s piece is Ritratti di paesaggio (Portraits of Landscape). Currently, Feld is resident in Barga learning multi-plate color etching with the master printer […]
Jonathan Highfield (Professor, Literary Arts and Studies) presented a talk, entitled All Yesterday’s Meals: Food as Archive at the International Symposium on Food Studies: Transnational Conversations at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, 22-23 July 2016. Highfield’s paper focused on maize in Southern Africa, and connected the Southern African dish known as ‘samp’ to […]
Last month Brooks Hagan (Associate Professor, Textiles) updated faculty and students on his National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Virtual Textiles Research Group. Hagan with his co-Principal Investigators (PIs) Steve Marschner, Kavita Bala, and Doug James first attempted to demonstrate the potential for elements from the physical world to appear and behave in the computer in […]
Aaron Forrest (Assistant Professor, Architecture) recently spoke on a panel at the American Institute of Architects Center for Architecture (536 LaGuardia Place, New York) on the use of wood in the architecture of Finland and the United States. The panel discussion was part of a program of events around the center’s exhibition Annual Rings: A New […]
Paola Dematté (Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) was published in the latest edition of the Art Bulletin. Her extended essay entitled A Confucian Education for Europeans addresses issues of transculturation and hybridity in 18th century Sino-European artistic exchange.
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.
Do you want to perform? RISD has been given Dusk, we own March 22nd (Tuesday before Spring Break). Great stage, great sound system, great bar. Projector, Backline: Drums/2 amps. Dusk, Tuesday, March 22 7pm-Midnight Dusk, 301 Harris Ave, Providence, RI 02909
Alexandra Anthony (Senior Critic, Film, Animation + Video) will be screening her new documentary film Lost in the Bewilderness on 03/21/16 at the University of Roehampton, London, followed by the Athens Premier on 03/30/16 starting at 6:45pm at the Moraitis School (Al. Papanastasiou). The Athens Premiere will be a fundraiser for the THEOTOKOS school for children with […]