Posts Tagged ‘Nicholas Evans-Cato’

Foundation Design Section gallery exhibition

Currently on view in the Waterman Building gallery are works by Nicholas Evans-Cato’s (Senior Critic, Foundation Studies) Foundation Design Section. This semester student projects have drawn inspiration from the literary realm. Rather than any particular texts, text and modern literacy themselves have brought visual concerns into a new type of focus, and language-based metaphors have […]

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 […]

Nicholas Evas-Cato to speak at Johns Hopkins University

Nicholas Evans-Cato (Critic, Foundation Studies/Illustration) will present a slideshow talk at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland on Monday, Oct. 25, 2010.  Evans-Cato’s talk, “Brunelleschi’s Magic Bullet: On Painting the City with Perfect Projection” is partially informed by his recent Professtional Development Fund supported research in Florence. From the Johns Hopkins’ press release about the […]

Nicholas Evans-Cato at George Billis Gallery in NY

The George Billis Gallery will feature the work of Nicholas Evans-Cato (Critic, Foundation Studies and Illustration) in an exhibit on view October 5-November 6, 2010.  “Evans-Cato draws his inspiration from the city. In part, his paintings are an effort to exploit the pictorial potential of the urban grid. But executed both on site and from memory, […]