Thanksgiving Recess Closures

  • Open Lab Hours
    All studios will be closed from Tuesday, November 21 until Sunday, November 27. During this time there will not be lab monitors present in the studios and no students will be permitted to work outside of class time. Open lab hours will resume on Monday, November 28 at 7:30pm.
  • Equipment Check Out
    Equipment checkout will be closed from Saturday, November 18 through Sunday, November 26. If you need to borrow equipment during the week of Thanksgiving, please stop by room 515 before 3pm on Friday, November 17.

Call for Entries | 38th Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition
Sponsored by the David Winton Bell Gallery and the Department of Visual Art
Submit work online from Nov. 13, 2017 until Jan. 28, 2018

This exhibition is open to all currently enrolled Brown University students. Two pieces allowed per student- any media, any size. Must be ready for installation. Jurors will be announced online. Prizes will be awarded. The show will be on view in the Bell Gallery from February 24 - March 11, 2018, with an opening reception on Fri. Feb 23 from 7-9pm. Submit work online for consideration

Wintersession Course
VISA1150 - Illuminated Sculptures

Instructor: Paul Myoda
Dates: January 2 - January 19

This immersive wintersession studio course explores the material of light in the context of contemporary sculptural practice. Students develop sculptural solutions to a given set of problems. Contemporary art issues raised in presentations and discussions. Extensive outside work is expected. Besides in-class studio time, students should expect to work an additional 40 hours per week. This includes independent studio work, readings, online training, responsive writing, and research. When in class, be prepared to work, so collect all materials outside of studio time.

Brown Daily Herald Readership Survey
This is a quick survey designed to gather data regarding the readership of Brown's only independent daily newspaper, The Brown Daily Herald. Please answer these questions to the best of your ability. Thank you for your participation.

Student Galleries

Fri. Nov 10 - Thurs. Nov 16
Honors Group Exhibition - All Galleries

Fri. Nov 17 - Thurs. Nov 30

Juliet Breza - 1st Floor
Tia Forsman- 2nd Floor
Denise Ramirez - Gallery 221

This Week

Gary Petersen | Visiting Artist Lecture
Wed. Nov 15, 5pm

List Art, room 110

Gary Petersen holds a B.S. degree from The Pennsylvania State University and an M.F.A. from The School of Visual Arts. Awards have included The MacDowell Colony Fellowship, The American Academy of Arts and Letters Purchase Award, The Sharpe-Walentas Space Program, and the Edward F. Albee Fellowship.  His work has been reviewed by HyperAllergic, ArtNews, Art in America, The New York Times and The Boston Globe. His work is in several private and public collections including The Dallas Museum of Art and the US State Department.  He has exhibited widely in New York City and throughout the United States.

Spring Gallery Lottery
Fri. Nov 17, 12pm

List Art, room 225

There is a required lottery meeting at noon on Friday in List 225 that all VA Senior Concentrators must attend. Daniel Stupar will be overseeing your senior show lottery for your Senior Capstone Thesis Exhibition and we want to make sure you are present to confirm and secure the date for your show next semester. This is an exciting final show for all of you so be sure to meet with your advisor soon to complete the planning process. If you cannot attend contact Daniel before Friday. You'll need to send someone in your place.

Other Events

Cogut Fellowship Info Session
Mon. Nov 13, 12-1pm
Pembroke Hall, room 202

Passionate about research in the humanities? If you´ll be a senior honors student in 2018-19 and are in the humanities or humanistic social sciences, come to our info session: 12:00-1:00 pm, Monday, 11/13, Pembroke Hall 202, 172 Meeting Street. Our fellows join a stimulating environment, discussing works-in-progress alongside faculty, postdoc and graduate student fellows. Attend our info session to learn more about the application process!

Alia Al-Senussi
New Models of Patronage within Arts and Culture

Mon. Nov 13, 4:30-6pm
Watson Institute, Joukowsky Forum

A modern understanding of patronage in the GCC will be elucidated to accurately illustrate the tensions that exist between patron and artist and the power and influence held by the royal patron in an absolute monarchy. It will be examined how different agents can work together in the future, building sustainable models of cooperation. In particular, the importance of the role of culture in strengthening institutions of power and capacity building in society will be investigated.  Register here.

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