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Announcements

Open Lab Hours Closed
Mon. Oct 8
Open lab hours will close on Monday, October 8 in observance of Indigenous Peoples' Day. Lab hours will resume on Tuesday, October 9.

VA Adjunct Faculty Exhibition

Carlos Jiménez Cahua - Socrates Sculpture Park today announced the 15 distinct artist projects selected for The Socrates Annual, opening at the Long Island City park on October 7th, and running through March 11, 2019. Participating artists, whose diverse range of media include resin, rubber, wood, sound, metal, and textile, were selected by Socrates Director of Exhibitions, Jess Wilcox, and the Park’s 2018 Curatorial Advisors: Connie Choi, Associate Curator, Studio Museum in Harlem, and Alex Fialho, Programs Director, Visual AIDS. The 2018 Socrates Annual artists are Leilah Babirye, Sherwin Banfield, Amy Brener, Lionel Cruet, Nathaniel Cummings-Lambert, Ronen Gamil, Jesse Harrod, Carlos Jiménez Cahua, Leander Mienarus Knust, Antone Konst, Joiri Minaya, Nicholas Missel, Virginia Lee Montgomery, Nancy Nowacek, Audrey Snyder & Joe Riley.

This Week in VA

Student Galleries
Now - Thurs. Oct 11
Teaching Assistants Group Exhibition - All Galleries
Fri. Oct 12 - Thurs. Oct 18
Class of 2019 Honors Group Exhibition - All Galleries


Julie Sloane '92 Fellowship Award Deadline
Mon. Oct 8, 5pm
In memory of Julie Sloane ‘92, this award is available to students currently enrolled in a VISA course to support the purchase of supplies and materials for art projects. Apply here
.

Looking Ahead

Teju Cole | Visiting Artist Lecture
Mon. Oct 15, 5pm
List Art Building, room 120

Teju Cole is the photography critic of the New York Times Magazine and the Gore Vidal Professor of the Practice of Creative Writing at Harvard. He was born in the US in 1975 to Nigerian parents, and raised in Nigeria. He currently lives in Brooklyn. He is the author of four books. Teju Cole has contributed to the New York Times, the New Yorker, Granta, Brick, and many other magazines. His photography column at the New York Times Magazine, “On Photography,” was a finalist for a 2016 National Magazine Award. Presented by The Department of Visual Art. Supported, in part, by the Department of Africana Studies, Brown Arts Initiative, Cogut Institute for the Humanities, Department of History of Art and Architecture, Program in Literary Arts, Department of Modern Culture and Media, and the Mollie D. Manneville Lectureship Fund
. Registration required here.

New York Bus Trip
Thurs. Oct 18

Join us this Fall for our semi-annual bus trip to New York City! This is an opportunity to view the city and visit a variety of museums, galleries, and public art pieces. Generally speaking, this will be a self-guided tour unless you're joining a faculty member as part of your course. We ask students to contribute $5 to support costs associated with this trip. Look for posters around the List Art Building and direct emails from the Department of Visual Art to sign up.

Opportunities

Call for Entry | The Indy
Rolling Deadline
Could your artwork fit on a 8.5” x 22” newsprint cover of our weekly paper? The Indy prints over 500 copies every week and appears in over 30 locations on College Hill every Friday. YOUR WORK could be featured next. Check out our website for examples,
www.theindy.org. Send images of paintings, drawings, textiles, graphic design, photography, etc. to theindy@gmail.com.

Call for Entry | VISIONS Magazine
Deadline: Oct 31
VISIONS is looking for submissions for its Fall 2018 issue! Please submit your work
here. For more information, see our Facebook event here. VISIONS is Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design's Asian/Asian American literary and visual arts magazine. Our publication highlights and celebrates the diversity of our Asian American/Pacific Islander community. We are committed to being an open literary and artistic forum, as well as other members of the university community, to freely express and address issues relating to the AAPI experience.

Resources

Brown Career Resource Center | FIRe
The CRC’s Fellowships, Internships, and Research Experiences (FIRe) advising initiative is a great place for students to begin learning more about engaged learning opportunities outside of the classroom. Interested in applying for a fellowship but don’t know where to start? Need help crafting a project proposal? Want to learn what it means to conduct academic research? Then you’ve come to the right place! More info here.

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