This Week in VA
Fri. Nov 2 - Thurs. Nov 8
Nicole Cochary - 1st Floor
Lizzy Schmidt - 2nd Floor
Isabela Lovelace - Gallery 221
Investigating Collage Group Show - 3rd Floor
Fri. Nov 9 - Thurs. Nov 15
Honors Group Exhibition - 1st floor, 2nd floor, and gallery 221
Watercolor Group Exhibition - 3rd floor
Carole Freeman | Artist Talk
Wed. Nov 7, 5pm
List Art Building, room 110
64 College Street
Freeman’s talk will focus on her 2018 New York solo exhibition “Unsung”, portraits of little known Americans who bring to light current socio-political issues. Please register here.
Study Abroad Info Session | Comillas, Spain
Fri. Nov 9, 12pm
List Art Building, room 325
64 College Street
Spend a month this summer in Northern Spain creating an art portfolio while learning about Spanish language and culture. Comillas, located in Cantabria, boasts a stunning landscape in a smaller town with close proximity to larger cities. Studio facilities sit on a hill near the old Pontifical Seminary (now the Fundacion Comillas), only steps away from the rugged coastline. Leslie Bostrom and Leigh Tarentino teach and direct this month-long program, which includes coursework in drawing and painting, weekly non-credit language courses, and local excursions. Courses are able to accommodate students from beginning to advanced levels. All coursework is taught in English; previous background in Spanish not required. More info here.
Other Events This Week
Workshops | Art of Resistance
Sat. Nov 3, Mon. Nov 5 and Thurs. Nov 8
The Brown Arts Initiative is pleased to present three workshops exploring modes of art making in honor of Veterans Day. During the first workshop on Nov 3, participants worked with Combat Paper to create pulp and paper from donated military uniforms. On Nov 5, Rhode Island Poet Laureate Tina Cane will lead a writing workshop. On Nov 8, Brown Prof. Erica Mena will guide participants in learning to use a printing press to print phrases generated during the writing workshop onto paper created during the papermaking workshop. All events are free and open to the public, though participation in one of the first two workshops is necessary to attend the third. Space is limited and advanced registration is required. To learn more and to register, please click here.
Info Session | Cogut Fellowship
Mon. Nov 5, 12pm
Pembroke Hall, room 202
Passionate about research in the humanities? Come to our info session! If you will be a senior honors student in 2019–2020 and are pursuing work in the humanities or humanistic social sciences, you are eligible to apply for an undergraduate fellowship at the Cogut Institute. Our fellows join a stimulating environment, discussing work-in-progress alongside faculty, postdoc, and graduate student fellows. The session will include information about the activities of the Cogut Institute and the undergraduate fellowship application process. Pizza served.
Screening | The Price of Everything
Wed. Nov 7, 7pm
Granoff Center, Martinos Auditorium
154 Angell Street
Documentary filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn explores the contemporary art world market in his new movie, The Price of Everything, featuring interviews with artists, gallerists, auction house specialists, curators and others. A discussion with Kahn follows the screening. This presentation will be the third event in the 2018-18 Warren and Allison Kanders Lecture Series.
Performance | Break Pot: Benefit Street
Thurs. Nov 8, 12-4pm
RISD Museum, Farago Gallery
224 Main Street
Amy Lee Sanford '95, a Cambodian-American artist, performs Break Pot: Benefit Street, in conjunction with the exhibit, Repair and Design Futures. This powerful performance is a shortened version of a six-day durational performance, Full Circle, evoking individual, social, and cultural repair. Born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and raised in the United States, Sanford holds a Visual Arts degree from Brown University. Her work references the deep personal significance of family separation, cultural destruction, and death associated with the Cambodian genocide in the 1970s, and the long, slow process of reconstruction in the decades that have followed. She investigates the intersection of trauma and healing, the healing processes of repetition, recollection, and repair, and the defragmentation of history.
Jessica Simmons | Artist Talk Lunch Series
Mon. Nov 12, 12pm
List Art Building, room 225
Jessica Simmons is an artist and writer based in Los Angeles. She received a BA from Brown University (2007), and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2015), where she was also a Writing Fellow. Hovering within the haptic, oblique space that exists between the language of abstraction and the abstraction of language, her work spans photography, drawing, printmaking, art criticism, and poetry.
Kori Newkirk | Artist Talk
Wed. Nov 14, 5pm
List Art Building, room 120
Kori Newkirk was born in the Bronx, New York, in 1970, and received his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago (1993) and his MFA from the University of California, Irvine (1997). He also attended The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine (1997), Cooper Union, New York City, Brighton Polytechnic, Brighton UK and SUNY Cortland, New York. His work has been shown in solo and group shows around the world and has been written about in various publications across the spectrum. In addition, he has also been awarded numerous grants and fellowships. He lives and works in Los Angeles. Please register here.
Call for Entry | Juried Exhibition
Mon. Nov 12
The submission process for the 39th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition opens on Monday, November 12. This exhibition is open to all Brown University students in every department. All media accepted, including, but not limited to ceramic, dance, drawing, painting, performance, print, sculpture, sound, textile, and video. For more information and to apply, click here.
Call for Art | Black Arts Gallery
Deadline: Wed. Nov 7, 11:59pm
The Black Heritage Series, The Liberation Collective, and The Brotherhood are excited to announce that our annual Black Arts Gallery will take place on Friday, November 9th, 2018 from 6:30-9pm. This year's theme is "Breaking the Black Box" as we aim to challenge the traditional ideas associated with what constitutes as "Black" art. We look forward to showcasing the visual, audio, and interpretative artists here in the Brown and greater Providence community. Apply here.
Winter/Spring Internships | MASS MoCA
Deadline: Sat. Nov 17
Between MASS MoCA's 250,000 square feet of gallery space and our year-round performing arts events, it's always an exciting time to be at MASS MoCA. Jump-start your career with an internship at the museum. MASS MoCA offers internship positions in almost all departments including stage tech/performing arts production, graphic design, communications, and engagement. More info and application here.
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