Student Galleries

Fri. Feb 8 - Thurs. Feb 14
Noah Goodman - 1st Floor

This Week

Awards Deadline
Mon. Feb 11, 5pm
Flexible Flyer Fellowship Award
Hugh Townley Fellowship Award
Marlene Malik Fellowship Award

Valentine's Day Social
Thurs. Feb 14, 12pm
List Art, 2nd floor

Please join the Department of Visual Art for a casual afternoon including lunch, card-making, flower-giving, and music-listening. Stop by and make a card and help us spread the love. Open to all.

Long Winter Weekend | No Studio Monitor Hours
Sat. Feb 16 - Tues. Feb 19

During the Long Winter Weekend from Sat. Feb 16 through Tues. Feb 19 there will be no Studio Monitor Hours in the List Art Building. Hours will resume on Wed. Feb 20. 

Save the Date

Artwork Drop-off for Juried Exhibition
Thurs. Feb 21 - Fri. Feb 22, 12-5pm
Granoff Center, room 220

If you had artwork accepted into the 39th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, please bring your work by the Granoff Center between 12pm-5pm. Artwork must be ready to install.

Other Events This Week

Workshop | Tiona McClodden
Mon. Feb 11, 5pm

Granoff Center, Convivum 220
154 Angell Street

The Non-Traditional Archive: Research and Form /aka Regarding The Fragility of Paper. What happens when the research behind a posthumous subject influences the structure and form of a work or the presentation of the work? This lecture and workshop will examine what happens when research and text lend itself to formal, structural aspects, presentation and exhibition of works of art. Artist and curator Tiona Nekkia McClodden will present the steps taken to produce artistic and curatorial based work of Essex Hemphill, Brad Johnson, and Julius Eastman – three important yet obscured Black gay figures who are at the center of her current and ongoing research-based artistic practice. Attendees will be expected to produce a study of an artist that they consider to be obscured posthumously or living. Contact

Viewing in the Cave/YURT
Tues. Feb 12, 12pm
Center for Computing and Visualization
180 George Street

One of the most compelling ideas that came out of the 1980s version of Star Trek was the "holodeck", an immersive space in which an otherwise banal room would be transformed into an alternate computer-constructed reality. That vision is remarkably close to reality with Brown's YURT and CAVE environments. Once viewers put on head-tracking glasses, the walls, ceiling, and floor melt away, leaving an environment that is entirely (and convincingly) computer-generated. This workshop will show off the one-of-a-kind YURT facility. We are hoping to bring some of the content generated in previous workshops for viewing in this amazing environment. Register here.

Love Remix | A Valentine's Day Celebration
Thurs. Feb 14, 7-9pm
Leung Gallery, Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center
Beyond candied hearts and chocolate kisses, Valentine’s Day can be a great opportunity for centering self love & care, healthy relationships, sexual health, and consent. Join us for an engaging evening of activities, prizes, valentine card making, and more! An array of sweet treats will be available to enjoy.

Screening and Conversation | The Rest I Make Up
Sun Feb 17, 3pm 

Martinos Auditorium, Granoff Center
154 Angell Street, Providence

Michelle Memran’s The Rest I Make Up is a feature-length film that documents the final fifteen years of the life of famed Cuban-American playwright Maria Irene Fornes, who died October 30, 2018 from complications related to Alzheimer’s Disease. A conversation after the screening will include Michelle Memran, Director; Katie Pearl, Producer; Professor and Chair Patricia Ybarra, Brown University Theatre Arts and Performance Studies; and Dr. Lori Daiello, PharmD, BCPP, Assistant Professor of Neurology at The Warren Alpert Medical School and Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy & Practice at the Brown University School of Public Health. Reservations strongly suggested.


BCSC Employment Opportunity
Deadline: Mon. Feb 11

The Brown Center For Students of Color is currently hiring a Third World Transition Program Coordinator. To learn more and apply for the position, please click here to access the job description. Questions can be directed to Olivia McNeill.

BAI Student Grants
Deadline: Sun. Feb 21, 12:15am

The BAI student grants support creative experimentation and access to materials for self-led and course-related projects. Applications will be reviewed and evaluated by the Brown Arts Student Council (BASC), an organization of Brown students. Awards will be made based on the following: intrinsic merit of the work, evidence of innovation and experimentation, provision of a well considered and reasonable budget, and a feasible time frame for completion. Awards will be given in the amount of $150-$1000. Apply here.

Graphic Designer/Digital Marketing Opportunity
ReliaBra is a startup that is creating a better type of adhesive bra ( ReliaBra is a "2019 Startup to Watch" and recently won the "Inno Blazer" award, recognizing ReliaBra as a top company in Rhode Island. ReliaBra is looking for help with digital marketing: someone experienced with graphic design who can help in both packaging design and content creation for social media (ie-gifs, computer renderings etc.). ReliaBra is also hoping to work with a photographer/videographer in the coming months if this is of interest. This is an excellent opportunity for hands on experience with a startup and, of course, an opportunity to build your portfolio and resume! If this seems of interest, please email the founder, Rosie, at:

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