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Announcements

Attention All VA Concentrators
This year our department will be continuing the work of DIAP (Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan). We need students who are interested in working with Theresa Ganz, Winnie Gier, Paul Myoda, and RaMell Ross on DIAP initiatives for 2017-18. This would be a one-year commitment. If you are interested, write a short (one paragraph) statement about your interest and ideas and email it to Olanda Estrada by 5pm on October 13th. For reference, visit the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity - Action Plans to read the report.

Student Galleries

Fri. Sept 29 - Thurs. October 12
Raina Belleau - 1st floor
Teaching Assistant Group Exhibition - 2nd floor & Gallery 221

This Week

Rosanne Cash with John Leventhal
Wed. Oct 4, 7pm
Granoff Center, Martinos Auditorium
154 Angell Street, Providence


Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter and author Rosanne Cash leads a songwriting master class and performs from her repertoire, including the acclaimed 2014 album The River & the Thread. The evening features Cash’s longtime collaborator and husband John Leventhal, who served as producer, arranger, co-writer and guitarist on The River & the Thread. Participating master class songwriters perform, as well. FREE to Students | $10.00 Brown Faculty & Staff | $20.00 General Public. Click
here to purchase tickets.

Artist Talk and Reception: Catherine Wagner
Thurs. Oct 5, 5:30pm
Granoff Center, Studio 2
154 Angell Street, Providence

In Pope Francis’ first encyclical letter, Lumen Fidei (The Light of Faith, 2013), he speaks of faith, truth, the common good and potential for humankind to join together in community. Inspired by the Pope’s affinity for light as a metaphor for change, LUMEN – an immersive, multidisciplinary installation by Loretta Gargan, Thomas Kelley, Eric Nathan and Catherine Wagner – aims to abstract and re-contextualize an act of spiritual contemplation. Please join us at 5:30 PM in Studio 2 for a talk by the artists, followed by a reception in the Cohen Gallery. Free and open to the public. Presented by the Brown Arts Initiative. Image courtesy of the artists.

Save the Date

Terre Mecanique by Kelly Nipper:
In Conversation

Wed. Oct 11, 6pm
Granoff Center, Studio 1
154 Angell Street, Providence

Artist Kelly Nipper is joined in conversation by designers from the MIT Self-Assembly Lab and Performa founding director and curator RoseLee Goldberg to discuss Nipper's new performance Terre Mecanique developed during a BAI-sponsored summer 2017 residency at the Granoff Center.

Other Events and Opportunities

Call for Art: Latinx Heritage Series
deadline: Thurs. Oct 5
The Latinx Heritage Series will be presenting the Latinx Art Exhibition on October 7th. This year's theme will be centered on women. The art pieces or performances displayed will represent in one way or another the injustices that women face in the US, Latin America, and the Caribbean. If you would like to showcase your piece, please fill out this form.
 

TAPS Presents Dreamlandia
Thurs. Sept 28 - Sun. Oct 8
Inspired by Pedro Calderón de la Barca´s 1935 Spanish Golden age classic, Life is a Dream, Dreamlandia, by Octavio Solis, is set in the borderlands between Mexico and Texas where it explores the terrain between illusion and reality. Immigration, labor relations, the narcotics industry, and the complexities of familia are scrutinized through Solis´ lyrical language, brutal truth and the multi-dimensionality of indigenous storytelling. Dreamlandia vibrates with the clash of cultural and sexual identities and illuminates the diversity of perspectives of those living on the edge of the U.S. and Mexico.

Open Call: Show Your Artwork at the Granoff Center
The Brown Arts Initiative (BAI) seeks student artwork for display throughout the Granoff Center this fall. Submissions in all media are welcome, although 2D and digital pieces are preferred. To submit, please email granoffcurator@brown.edu with a short description, medium, preferred installation method, and images or links to view the work.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. If selected, applicants will be asked to meet with the BAI Curatorial fellow and submit a formal proposal. Selections will be made on the basis of availability and the work's suitability for the space. Successful proposals will be given exhibition space in the Granoff Center's hallways and landings for two to four weeks.


Calling directors, artists, actors, designers, writers, and thinkers!
Audition for Reclamation Workshop
Auditions are happening on Wed. Oct 4 and Fri. Oct 6. This is an experimental piece in which each person involved will have intimate control over the themes, plot, and ending. We will tell a story that depends on trust, creativity, and the enthusiasm of an ensemble that is formed on the basis of listening. Our goal is to take our marginalization out of the margins and reclaim the stage as a space for radical action! Sign up for an audition spot here.

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