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Announcements

2018-2019 DUG Nominations Now Open
The Department of Visual Art is looking to students currently enrolled in a VISA course to nominate two new DUGs for the 2018-2019 academic year. VA DUGs are chosen each year to help students connect with one another, with faculty, and with alumni. VA DUGs participate in concentration fairs, give guided tours of our facilities to prospective students, organize annual open studio events and assist with an annual juried University-wide student show. Please put forth names of two VA Concentrator you would like to see fill these rolls. You may self-nominate. Look for the nomination form in a separate email from the department. Nominate here.

Hugh Townley Travel Fellowship Award
Deadline: Wed. March 14, 5pm
The Department of Visual Art is reopening the application for travel funding through the Hugh Townley Travel Fellowship Award. Funds are available to any Junior Visual Art Concentrator to support travel. Proposal for travel should support your development as an artist. Please include a detailed travel budget with your travel proposal. Apply here.

Student Galleries

Fri. Feb 23 - Thurs. Mar 1
New VA Adjunct Group Exhibition - 1st floor
Featuring work by Carlos Jimenez Cahua and Leah Beeferman

Bryn Brunnstrom - 2nd floor

Fri. Mar 2 - Thurs. Mar 8

Sophia Meng - 1st floor
Nadim Silverman*^ - 2nd floor
Miranda Chao*^ - Gallery 221
*Honors exhibition, ^Senior exhibition

This Week

BAI Songwriting Series | Kishi Bashi
Wed. Feb 28, 7pm
Granoff Center, Martinos Auditorium

American singer-songwriter and violinist Kishi Bashi, a founding member of the Brooklyn, NY-based indie rock band Jupiter One, leads a songwriting workshop and performs from his repertoire, including his 2016 album "Sonderlust." Presented by the Brown Arts Initiative. Free and open to the public.

NYC Bus Trip
Fri. Mar 2, all day

Join us on Friday, March 2nd for our 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. Departing List Art Building at 7:15AM | Leaving from NYC at 6:15PM A suggested donation of $10.00 is requested to help tip the driver - cash only. Donations will be collected the morning of. Open to students currently enrolled in Visual Art courses and to Visual Art ISP students and concentrators. Sign up here.

Save the Date

Artist Talk | Judy Dunaway
Mon. Mar 5, 1pm
Granoff Center, Studio 3
154 Angell Street

Judy Dunaway is primarily known for her numerous works for latex balloons as sound producers, including sculptural sonic performances, sound installations, interactive pieces and acousmatic works. She has been teaching at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston since 2005.

Artist Talk | Wendy Red Star
Wed. Mar 7, 5pm
List Art Building, room 120
64 College Street

Artist Wendy Red Star works across disciplines to explore the intersections of Native American ideologies and colonialist structures, both historically and in contemporary society. Raised on the Apsáalooke (Crow) reservation in Montana, Red Star’s work is informed both by her cultural heritage and her engagement with many forms of creative expression, including photography, sculpture, video, fiber arts, and performance. An avid researcher of archives and historical narratives, Red Star seeks to incorporate and recast her research, offering new and unexpected perspectives in work that is at once inquisitive, witty and unsettling. Intergenerational collaborative work is integral to her practice, along with creating a forum for the expression of Native women’s voices in contemporary art.

Opportunities

Spalter Teaching Fellowship
RISD Museum
Deadline: Sun. Feb 25

The Spalter Teaching Fellowship is open to RISD and Brown graduate and undergraduate students from all disciplinary backgrounds. Spalter Teaching Fellows are trained as RISD Museum educators and are responsible for teaching and working with children and youth ages 5 to 18. They undergo rigorous training with the Museum’s educators, who introduce them to the Museum’s collection and pedagogy.  Fellows support learning from original works of art and the development critical thinking, problem solving, and creative interpretation. More info here.

Internships | Brown Connect
Brown University
Deadline: Tues. Feb 27/ Wed. Feb 28
Log in to Brown Connect to find out more about the following opportuntites:

  • Sweden Entrepreneurship Program
  • Israel Entrepreneurship Program
  • Careers in Common Good, Washington, D.C.
  • Careers in Common Good, New York
  • Cahoon Museum of American Art, Collections Management Intern
  • Accountability Counsel, San Francisco, CA
  • Bucks County Children's Museum, Summer Field Trip Advisor

Call for Submissions | Furrow Magazine
University of Wisconsin
Deadline: Wed. Feb 28
We accept unpublished poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, and comics by undergraduate students. To be eligible for publication in our next issue (May 2018), you must be enrolled as an undergraduate at any college or university during the 2017-2018 academic year. Dating back to 2000, Furrow showcases outstanding undergraduate writing and art from across the U.S. and gives UW-Milwaukee undergraduates training in editing, publishing, publication design, web design, publicity, fundraising, and business practices. Through the generous support of local donors and the UW-Milwaukee Department of English, we publish a full-color, print issue of the journal every May and feature new work regularly on our website. Our goal is to connect student writers and artists with a broader network of creative spirits within and beyond Milwaukee. Submit work here.

Undergraduate Fellowship Search | Cogut Institute for Humanities
Brown University
Deadline: Fri. Mar 2
Undergraduate Fellowships provide an enhanced context for advanced honors students, including the opportunity for collegiate interaction and the benefits of critique from an exciting group of Cogut Institute Faculty Fellows, Mellon and International Humanities Postdoctoral Fellows, Graduate Fellows and Distinguished Visiting Fellows. Four Undergraduate Fellowships are awarded annually by the governing board of the Cogut Institute for the Humanities. A generous research fund is available with these Fellowships. Rising senior honors students are encouraged to apply. More info here.

Call for Proposals | Biodesign and Bioart Projects
RISD Edna Lawrence Nature Lab
Deadline: Thurs. Mar 15
The Nature Lab at RISD is pleased to announce Biodesign: From Inspiration to Integration, an exhibition curated by William Myers to mark the closing of our 80th anniversary celebrations. The exhibition will open in Spring 2018 and showcase recent examples of design and art that help reform our relationship with nature, moving it from a destructive to a more integrated, mutually beneficial model. More info here.

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