Welcome Kristine Newson to the VA team!
Kristine Newson is joining the VA team as the new Academic Program Manager. Stop by room 222 to say hi!

Lab Monitors Wanted!
Deadline to apply: Wed. Dec 6

The Visual Art Department is looking for applications from qualified students to work in the labs/ studios for the Spring 2018 semester. Areas include foundation studio, painting, printmaking, digital print lab (experience required), darkroom, and student gallery
. Apply here.

All Equipment Due Back Wed. Dec 13
All items on loan from the Visual Art Lending Library will be due back on Wednesday, December 13 by 3pm.

Art Supply Donations Needed
Please donate your surplus and unused art supplies in the designated bins in the List Art studios, or drop them off in the main office (room 222). These supplies will be used to support the department's DIAP initiative next semester to aid students in need.
Student Galleries

Fri. Dec 1 - Thurs. Dec 7
Brittany Lozano+ - 1st Floor
Makana Tavares+ - 2nd Floor
Michelle Lin+ - Gallery 221
Studio Foundation Group Exhibition - 3rd Floor

Fri. Dec 8 - Thurs. Dec 14

HIAA Architectural Models Exhibition - 2nd Floor

+indicated Senior Thesis Capstone Exhibition
*indicated Honors Exhibition

This Week

Film Screening and Director Q&A | Melvin Edwards
Tues. Dec 5, 5:30pm

List Art Building, 64 College Street
All are welcome at a screening of Some Bright Morning: The Art of Melvin Edwards (2015), followed by a discussion with director Lydie Diakhaté. This film tells the story of African-American sculptor Melvin Edwards. Born in 1937 in segregated Houston, TX, Edwards made his way to California to begin his art career and eventually settled in New York. Some Bright Morning follows the artist from his New York gallery to Ghana and Senegal, and places Edwards’ life and work in an international context. Through extensive interviews, the artist discusses the cultural and political values influencing his own artistic language over the past five decades. Presented by David Winton Bell Gallery.  Free and open to the public.

What Do Curators Know?
Thurs. Dec 7, 5-7pm
Nightingale-Brown House, 357 Benefit Street

Please join us for a panel discussion to celebrate the recent publication of Steve Lubar's Inside the Lost Museum: Curating, Past and Present. Panelists include: Sarah Ganz Blythe, Deputy Director for Exhibitions, Education and Programs, RISD Art Museum; Steve Lubar, Professor of American Studies; History; and History of Art and Architecture, Brown University; Robert Preucel, Director, Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology and Professor of Anthropology, Brown University; and Ian Alden Russell, Curator, David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University. Refreshments to follow the discussion. This event is free, but RSVP by December 4 is required.  RSVP here.

Documenting Your Artwork | Workshop
Fri. Dec 8, 10-11am

List Art, room 512

The call for entries for the Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition at the Bell Gallery is fast approaching. This year, all artworks submitted for consideration will be done via an online jurying process. A workshop will be held at the end of this week to help students learn best practices for documenting artwork, and how to get the best image possible. If you are considering submitting work for the juried show and you think you may need a few pointers on how to take better images of your work, please sign up for the workshop here. Space is limited to12 students.

Urban Studies Bus Tour | Murals in Providence
Fri. Dec 8, 3-4:30pm
108 George Street, Providence
Over the last few years, a large number of painted murals have turned the city of Providence into an open air museum for large scale public art, thanks to organizations such as the Avenue Concept and City Arts, who have commissioned curators and artists from Providence, across the country and abroad. This tour will take you to the most important of these murals in South Providence, Olneyville and the City Center and tell you about their creators, artists such as Angel Garcia, Nicky Vespia, Nychos, Agustin Patino and Shepard Fairey.


Call for Entries | 38th Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition
Sponsored by the David Winton Bell Gallery and the Department of Visual Art
Submit work online from Nov. 13, 2017 until Jan. 28, 2018

This exhibition is open to all currently enrolled Brown University students. Two pieces allowed per student- any media, any size. Must be ready for installation. Jurors will be announced online. Prizes will be awarded. The show will be on view in the Bell Gallery from February 24 - March 11, 2018, with an opening reception on Fri. Feb 23 from 7-9pm. Submit work online for consideration

MFA Program
Intermedia + Digital Arts MFA (IMDA) program at UMBC
Deadlline: Feb. 1, 2018

We’ve just moved to our new studio facility at the historic Lion Brothers Building in the Hollins Market neighborhood of West Baltimore. The studios are designed and retrofitted specifically for artists, where our graduate students can build and display ongoing projects. This space also serves as a platform where students take classes and discuss their work during faculty reviews, critique, and one-on-one studio visits with guest artists and critics through our acclaimed Visiting Artists Lecture Series.  The studios are within the footprint of UMBC’s sister campus, the University of Maryland Baltimore [UMB], and within walking distance of the Inner Harbor, downtown Baltimore, and a few blocks from
the Bromo Arts +Entertainment District.

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