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Announcements

Inaugural Artistic Director | BAI
The Brown Arts Initiative is thrilled to welcome Avery Willis Hoffman as the inaugural artistic director of the BAI! As artistic director, Hoffman will curate arts programming, including work by students, faculty and external artists and organizations, building the visibility and quality of arts programming at the University. Read the full Today@BRown article here.

Student Galleries

Class of 2021 Honors Group Show
Fri. Oct 30-Thurs. Nov 19
List Art Building, 2nd floor gallery

Save the Date

All Equipment Due Back No Later Than Nov 23
If you borrowed equipment this semester, everything must be returned no later than Monday, November 23.
You can return items on 11/23 from 4-6pm, or you can bring any items you have to the main office (room 222) Mon-Thurs from 10am-2pm.

Building access ends after Tues. Nov 24
Card access to the List Art Building will be removed for all students after Tuesday, November 24th. Students should not come to the building during Thanksgiving recess, remote reading period, or remote exam period.

Other Events and Opportunities

All Campus Film Council | Brown University
In response to the amount of energy and variety of work happening in film throughout the University (including festivals, productions, classes, workshops, and more!) the Brown Arts Initiative is convening an “all campus” Film Council to help share information, coordinate calendars, and support new creative connections. The Film Council will convene periodically during the semester to advertise upcoming programs and projects, pose questions, and learn about one another’s work. The Council is open to individuals, as well as to representatives of festivals and student groups. It is not mandatory and will have no regulatory role. It is envisioned to provide a means of communication and collaboration, outreach and support. We hope this will provide an opportunity for colleagues working in film throughout the University to build new networks, stay connected, and possibly share resources. If you are interested in attending the first convening, please complete the google form linked below so we may email you meeting details. More info
here.

Edward Guiliano '72 Global Fellowship | Swearer Center
The Edward Guiliano '72 Global Fellowship seeks to provide undergraduate students with transformative opportunities to broaden their perspectives and interact with the world through artistic, academic and cultural experiences outside their current communities. More info
here.

Community Corps | Swearer Center
More than 500 Brown University students participate in the Community Corps program. Students in this program lead after-school enrichment, connect health resources to patients, engage with adult learners, provide one-on-one tutoring, assist classroom teachers, support and advocate for people who are homeless and engage in other ways. Strong, long-term relationships between the Swearer Center, Brown University students, and community partner organizations are an essential component of this program. More info
here.

Salman Toor in Conversation with Chitra Ganesh
Mon. Nov 16, 6pm

Virtual, register
here
On the occasion of Salman Toor: How Will I Know, Salman Toor speaks with artist Chitra Ganesh about the intersections in their artistic practices. Considering the prolonged omission of South Asian American subjectivity in the historical canon, popular culture, and art in the United Sates, the program highlights both artists’ strategies of mining archival sources and speculative narratives to center queer, Brown, and immigrant experiences. The discussion touches on the progression of these stories entering into mainstream culture in the context of gentrification in New York City, the post-9/11 era, and visibility politics. The conversation is moderated by Ambika Trasi, curatorial assistant. Chitra Ganesh is a visual artist who lives and works in Brooklyn. Her installation A city will share her secrets if you know how to ask is currently on view at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art. Salman Toor primarily lives and works in New York. How Will I Know is his first museum solo exhibition.

BOLT Leader 2021 Interest Form
BOLT Leaders serve as mentors to rising sophomores, transfers, and RUE students (BOLTers), though we are working on adapting our class year reach in light of the revised 2021 academic calendar. BOLT is an orientation program that is committed to community, mentorship, the environment, and education. IF you would like to learn more, please fill out this
form.

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.

Paid Arts & Museum Internships for Providence Students
Positions available at the Providence Children's Museum, the RISD Museum, and the Rhode Island Historical Society. More info and apply
here.

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