VA Student Galleries

Fri. Mar 6 - Thurs. Mar 12
Monotypes Group Exhibition - 1st floor
Jose Garcia - 2nd floor
Sophia Meng - Gallery 221

Fri. Mar 13 - Thurs. Mar 19
Isabela Lovelace - 1st floor
Miranda Villanueva - 2nd floor
Claire Schlaikjer - Gallery 221

All student galleries are located in the List Art Building, 64 College Street, Providence, RI

This Week

Junior Class Lunch
Tues. Mar 10, 12pm
List Art, room 222A
VA Junior Concentrators, please join Department Chair Leslie Bostrom, VA faculty, and staff for the Junior Class Lunch. We will discuss what to expect from your senior year, how to apply for Honors, submitting work for the Rising Seniors summer exhibition, and academic advising.

Annual Alumni Panel
Fri. Mar 13, 1-3pm
List Art, room 225

Sit down with four Brown alumni at different stages of their careers as they talk about how their journeys as visual and performance artists, educators, and curators have changed since graduating from Brown. They’ll talk about the challenges and rewards of establishing a life and career in the arts, where they are with their work today, and what they’re planning for the future. The panelists this year are Ann Tarantino ’97, Eva Struble ’03, Sheena Sood ’06, and Brice Peterson ’11.

Save the Date

'21 Honors Applications
Opens Mon. Mar 16
Junior Visual Art Concentrator may choose to apply to the Honors Program for the 2020-2021 academic year. The details of the program are outlined in the link provided 
here. If you have any questions, please meet with your advisor or contact Olanda Estrada. A link to the online application will be sent directly to junior VA Concentrators.

Conversations in Latinx Art: Firelei Báez
Wed. Mar 18, 5pm. Reception to follow. 
List Art Building, room 120

Rendering her subjects in complex layers of pattern and imagery, New York-based artist Firelei Báez reconfigures visual references drawn from the past to explore new possibilities for the future. By overlapping representational motifs, Báez carries portraiture into a space where subjectivity is both rooted in and untethered by historical narratives. Often featuring strong female protagonists, her works incorporate the visual languages of regionally specific mythology and ritual alongside those of science fiction and fantasy to envision identities as unfixed and inherited stories as perpetually evolving. Register for free tickets here.

Other Events

Womxn of Color Brunch
Sat. Mar 14, 11am,
RSVP by March 9
Graduate Student Lounge, Brown University
Nabrit BGSA & BCSC is proud to host its first Womxn's History Month Brunch. Our time together will allow us to build community while recognizing the accomplishments of the womxn who came before us and those who stand with us. We will define and discuss how to manifest our own womxnhood and visions. We look forward to celebrating with you. Our brunch is open to wome/y/xn, femmes, trans-feminine and gender non-conforming people of color (students, faculty, and staff). Our use of the word “womxn” is meant to stress visually our inclusive approach to gender and gender identity.


Arts Intern | Summer 2020
Deadline: April 30

Paid summer internships available at the Providence Children's Museum (Creative Artifacts Intern and Digital Media Intern) and at the RISD Museum (Graphic Design Intern and Teen and Family Programs). For more information and to apply, click here.

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