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Announcements

Brown University Resumes Level 1 Status
  1. Announcement from the University, November 17, 2020
  2. Important information for VA students concerning Level 1 Status here
    • Equipment Checkout suspended
    • Monitor Hours suspended
    • Card access to building suspended
Watch Fall 2020 Artist Talks
If you missed any of our Fall 2020 Virtual Artist Talk or you'd just like to experience them again, you can watch them online!
  1. Guadalupe Maravilla, October 7
  2. Jeffrey Gibson, October 28
  3. Katherine Bradford, November 11
Home Address Update
Brown University is asking that all employees of the University review and update their home address in Workday. It is important to ensure this information is correct and to make any necessary changes by November 30, 2020. This address is used for mailing year end tax forms and ensuring they are up to date will prevent any mailing delays. Please reach out to payroll_specialist@brown.edu with any questions you may have.

Events and Opportunities

Letter as Form: Critique, Demand, and Accountability
Tues, Nov 24, 6pm
Watch here
This conversation convenes a cross generational group of curatorial arts workers to discuss the many letters written by museum staff in the wake of the recent uprisings and increasing visibility of the Black Lives Matter movement. Indira A. Abiskaroon, Dr. Kelli Morgan, and Tausif Noor have worked individually and collectively on statements directed at leadership, boards, and various institutional publics.

Art History From Home | Whitney Museum of Art
Tues. Nov 24, 6pm

Online, via Zoom, register
here
Nonrepresentational art has meant different things to different artists throughout American art history. This session presents a range of artists who have used abstract language to explore human perception, emotion, embodied experience, and more. It covers the early influence of Cubism and the American Abstract Artists union in the 1930s, as well as the work of Abstract Expressionists, Minimalists, and artists associated with the 1960s civil rights movement.

Sarah Doyle Center is Hiring Student Coordinators
The Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender has the following 3 open undergraduate student coordinator positions starting in January: Sarah Doyle Center Special Projects Coordinator (REQ168077), Sarah Doyle Digital Communications & Publicity Coordinator (REQ168075), Sarah Doyle Community Engagement Coordinator (REQ168074). First years are encouraged to apply! For details and to apply, go to "Student Recruitment" in Workday. *Please be sure to fill out the questionnaire portion of the
application with your interest and relevant experience. All positions are 6-8 hours per week, $11.90/hr January 17 - August 14, 2021.

Viewing Program | Open Call for Applications
Deadline: Nov 30, 2020
Viewing Program 20/21 is a new initiative that builds upon The Drawing Center's forty-year history of offering opportunities and support to contemporary artists for whom drawing is a central component of their practice. Viewing Program 20/21 will offer sixty participating artists mentorship in the form of virtual studio visits by The Drawing Center’s Artist in Residence, Lisa Sigal, and portfolio reviews by The Drawing Center’s curatorial team. It will also include a series of online presentations in which each artist will have the opportunity to present a single work selected by The Drawing Center’s curators.
Learn more.

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