Student Galleries

Fri. Mar 9 - Thurs. Mar 15
Victoria Yin^ - 1st floor
Talia Dutton^ - 2nd floor
Ashley Waldron*^ - Gallery 221
*Honors exhibition, ^Senior exhibition

Fri. Mar 16 - Thurs. Mar 29
Katie Hay*^ - 1st floor
Meagan Peters*^ - 2nd floor
Jade Wang*^ - Gallery 221
*Honors exhibition, ^Senior exhibition

This Week

Student Exhibition Artwork Pickup
Mon. Mar 12, 10am-9pm
David Winton Bell Gallery
If you were accepted into the 38th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, please pick up your artwork on Monday, March 12 between 10am-9pm in the Print Study Room 421.

Artist Talk | Joseph DeLappe
Wed. Mar 14, 1pm
Granoff Center, Studio 3
154 Angell Street

Joseph DeLappe is a Professor of Games and Tactical Media at Abertay University in Dundee, Scotland. Working with electronic and new media since 1983, his work in online gaming performance, sculpture and electromechanical installation have been shown extensive throughout the world. DeLappe works at the intersection of art, technology, social engagement/activism and interventionist strategies exploring our geo-political contexts. In 2017 he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship. He has developed works for venues such as Eyebeam in New York, The Guangdong Museum of Art, China and Transition MX, Mexico City, among others. Creative works and actions have been featured widely in scholarly journals, books and in the popular media.

Artist Talk | Wangechi Mutu
Wed. Mar 14, 5:30pm
Granoff Center, Martinos Auditorium
154 Angell Street

Kenyan native Wangechi Mutu joins Performa curator and Walker Art Center curator-at-large Adrienne Edwards in conversation to explore the influence of traditional African craft and cultural heritage on the artist’s work and storytelling. Mutu’s work has been featured in group and solo exhibitions at Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Studio Museum in Harlem, Tate Liverpool and Palais de Tokyo, among others. Edwards’s curatorial focus examines artists of the African diaspora and the Global South. Presented by the Brown Arts Initiative. Registration required, click here. Photograph by Chris Sanders.

MASS MoCA Bus Trip
Fri. Mar 16, all day

Join us for our annual bus trip to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA)! This is an opportunity to view the various exhibitions housed at the museum. This will be a self-guided tour unless you're joining a faculty member as part of your course. We will depart from the List Art Building at 7:15am, and we will leave from MASS MoCA at 5pm. A suggested donation of $10.00 is requested to help tip the driver - cash only. Donations will be collected the morning of the trip. Open to students currently enrolled in Visual Art courses and to Visual Art ISP students and concentrators. Sign up here.

Il Cinema Ritrovato on Tour 2018
Thurs. Mar 15 - Sun Mar 18
Granoff Center
154 Angell Street

As part of the ongoing collaboration between Brown University and the Cineteca of Bologna, the Italian Studies Department announces the fifth edition of Il Cinema Ritrovato on Tour (2018). Recently restored masterpieces by Michelangelo Antonioni, Augusto Genina, Med Hondo, and Dino Risi. More info here.

Save the Date

Junior Class Lunch
Tues. Mar 20, 12pm
List Art, room 222A

Junior VA Concentrators are invited to have lunch with the department Chair, Leslie Bostrom, as well as other VA faculty and staff to discuss applying for honors, what to expect from your senior year and how to apply for the "Rising Senior" summer exhibition.

Honors Application Go Live
Tues. Mar 20, 12pm
As a junior Visual Art Concentrator, you may choose to apply to the Honors Program for the 2018-2019 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.


Photographer Needed | Society of Women Engineers
Photographer needed to document the Society of Women Engineers conference at the Rhode Island Convention Center on April 19th and 20th. There will be compensation for time and a possible publishing opportunity on SWE's website and marketing. Please email Julie Kooser if you are interested.

Artist Immersion Program | Italy 2018
Deadline: Wed. Mar 14, 2018
Student Courses: We offer opportunities to work alongside artists from around the country, guided by world-class instructors from diverse backgrounds. Our instructors practice traditional forms of art-making, as well as contemporary practices including video, sound design, and installation. Artist Residency: Invest in your artistic practice- from painting and drawing, to writing and music. Our artist residency program allows time for creation, relaxation, and connection to a supportive and focused artist community. More info and application here.

Internships | Wassaic Project
Deadline: Fri. Mar 16, 2018
Work with a group of young, passionate artists and curators at the Wassaic Project, a vibrant multidisciplinary arts organization based in Wassaic, NY. Learn about aspects of running an arts organization from curating, press, marketing, event planning, installation, gallery management and more. Because the Wassaic Project is a small, young organization, interns have a unique opportunity to contribute to the long-term identity of the organization and take on substantial responsibility. Interns have the chance to manage their own projects and will work on our Summer Benefit, our Summer Exhibition and Festival application process, curation, promotion and installation, our Artist Residency application process and logistics, and will help manage our Artist Residency program and events. Interns will work directly with artists as well as the directors of the Wassaic Project. Apply through Brown Connect.

Call for Submissions | Blacklist Journal
Deadline: Wed. Mar 21, 2018
Blacklist Journal, Brandeis University’s first national undergraduate journal of literature and art, is preparing our upcoming spring issue for in print and online publication. We are a student-run publication seeking work which balances clarity, experimentation, and bite. We publish fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and all forms of visual art that can be rendered in a 2-D still or moving format. Submissions should be sent using the
form on our website.

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