Posts Tagged ‘Patti Phillips’

Graduate Studies-funded Research Assistantships

The Graduate Studies-funded Research Assistantships for Spring 2015 recently selected 5 RISD faculty members with awards totaling $14,840. Research Assistantships include compensation for the graduate student, but also are meaningful educational and research experiences and opportunities to contribute to the creation of new knowledge. Below are the faculty members with brief descriptions of their research […]

Faculty Biennial includes Faculty Forum programs

Faculty Forum This year, the Museum offers an expanded opportunity for RISD faculty to share their works of art and design in theFaculty Biennial exhibition or present their research and expertise as teaching artists in a Faculty Forum. In this new forum, faculty members offer discussions, readings, papers, and performances—creating an exciting platform for public […]

Phillips on the “Artist Interview”

Patti Phillips (Dean, Graduate Studies) was one of ten cultural leaders invited to present and participate in the 2014 Annual Glenstone Roundtable at the Glenstone Museum in Potomac, Maryland. This year’s topic was the “Artist Interview” — and its position as a critical and archival practice and resource. Other participants included artist Doug Aitken, curator/theorist […]

Phillips essays published

Patricia Phillips (Dean, Graduate Studies) recently published featured essays in two books: “At Once Excited and Monotonous” in Siah Armajani: An Ingenious World (London: Parasol Unit, 2014) and “Tactical Prompts and Subversive Aesthetics in Public Art” in Mel Chin: REMATCH (Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz and New Orleans: New Orleans Museum of Art, 2014). Her review of […]

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 […]

Patti Phillips featured speaker at York University

Patti Phillips (Interim Associate Provost) is the featured speaker for the 2012 Goldfarb Lecture in Visual Arts at York University. She will deliver her talk, titled “(un)Public: A Case for Collateral Art”, on February 1, 5pm, at York University. Phillips will consider questions arising around public art: its content, communication and the expansive sense of […]