Wanted: VA Concentrators for DIAP Committee
Deadline: Fri. Oct 13, 5pm

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. Oct 12
Raina Belleau - 1st floor
Teaching Assistant Group Exhibition - 2nd floor & Gallery 221

Fri. Oct 13 - Thurs. Oct 19
Honors Group Exhibition - All Galleries

This Week

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.

RISD Vendor Splendor
Thurs. Oct 12, 12-4pm
15 Westminster St, Providence

This is an event not to be missed! The risd:store along with some of your favorite art supply vendors will be in attendance. Come over and walk away with some great samples and prizes :)

Save the Date

Nick Cave: In Conversation
Wed. Oct 18, 5:30pm
Granoff Center, Martinos Auditorium
154 Angell Street, Providence

Nick Cave is an artist, educator and dancer whose work involves sculpture, installation, video, sound and performance. He is known for his Soundsuits, intricately made wearable sculptural forms, and his work is included in major museum collections across the country. He will be joined onstage by Denise Markonish, curator at MASS MoCA, who oversaw his monumental installation Until (2016-17).

Musical Geometry, Games, & Multimedia Art
Wed. Oct 18, 6:30pm
121 S. Main Street, 11th floor, Providence

A public lecture that will explore the deep connection between elementary musical concepts (chord, scale, voice leading) and basic concepts of recent geometry (quotient space, orbifold, tangent vector). In his talk Dmitri Tymoczko will review the principles underlying this connection and then demonstrate some recent applications of these ideas, including a large-scale multimedia work for orchestra and live video, in which the images and sounds explore the same geometrical relationships, musical games in which users directly interact with abstract musical geometries, and new musical instruments based on these same ideas. Please
register to reserve a seat.

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