Posts Tagged ‘Providence’

Masciarotte ‘Faithful Cheaters’ Panel, 04/03/17

Gloria-Jean Masciarotte (Senior Lecturer, Literary Arts + Studies) will take part in a panel discussion as part of the Trinity Repertory Company’s Great Writers Series. Masciarotte will be taking part in a discussion of Deborah Salem Smith’s new play Faithful Cheaters. The panel will also discuss the creative issues surrounding the creation of a new play. Faithful Cheaters […]

Werner Presents Workshop and Student Work at MOTYF 2016

  Franz Werner (Professor, Graphic Design) will conduct a workshop entitled Visual Discourse at the 2016 International Moving Type Festival (MOTYF2016) being held at the Gutenberg Museum (Liebfrauenstraße 5, Mainz) on the 24th and 25th November 2016. In addition to his workshop Werner will also feature student work from his classes Type + Image in […]

Heyman ‘Dartmouth Collection’ at Cade Tompkins Projects

Daniel Heyman (Senior Critic, Printmaking) is currently on view at the Providence based gallery Cade Tompkins Projects (198 Hope Street). The exhibition is entitled Dartmouth Collection and consists of works created during his artist residency at Dartmouth College, in conjunction with new work, In Our Own Words: Native Impressions 2015-2016, a collaboration with Lucy Ganje, in a project […]

Lucky Exhibition Opens 15th September, Providence

Lucky Leone’s (Critic, Digital + Media) solo exhibition i am unclear (supplementary experiences in art, technology, commerce, and confusion) will open at the Chazan Gallery (Wheeler School, 228 Angell Street, Providence) on Gallery Night, 15th September 2016. Leone’s experience is that the world is a serious, tragic and ultimately humorous place. His work looks at the world and questions […]

Placemaking in the Creative Capital: Innovating Urban Districts

Places do not grow organically. Every place is socially, economically, and structurally produced and designed by people, and not without equal parts conflict, creativity, and community collaboration. We welcome you to a presentation, panel discussion, and Q & A between planners, designers, and scholars from across the US about innovative place-making practices and paradigms. This […]

Werner class projects selected

Video projects from Franz Werner’s (Professor, Graphic Design) Music Video class have been selected for the International Students’ Moving Type Festival in Warsaw, Poland. The students are: Natalie Hodson, ID, Maria Ferreira, GD and Chae Hyun Kim, GD. The three-day Festival, including workshops, students’ movies, presentations and a one-day conference, focuses on: * sound and motion […]