Studio Monitor Hours | Spring Break Closures
Studio Monitors Hours will be closed during Spring Break from Thurs. March 21 - Sun. March 31. Studio Monitor hours will resume on Mon. April 1.

Equipment Checkout | Spring Break Closures

Equipment Checkout will be closed during Spring Break from Mon. March 25 -Fri. March 29. Equipment Checkout hours will resume on Mon. April 1.

Nominate the New 2019-2020 Visual Art DUG Leaders
The Department of Visual Art is looking to our student body to nominate two VA Concentrators to join Caitlin Takeda '20 as DUGs for the 2019-2020 academic year. VA DUGs are chosen each year to help students connect with one another, with faculty, and with alumni. VA DUGs participate in concentration fairs, give guided tours of our facilities to prospective students, organize the open studio events and assist with an annual juried student art exhibition. Look for an email from the department with a link to the nomination form.

Submit Artwork for the Cover of the VA Brochure
Deadline: Fri. Apr 12

The Department of Visual Art is seeking artwork submissions for the cover of the VA Brochure. This brochure is a printed document that outlines course offerings, the steps to becoming a VA Concentrator, a listing of all current faculty/staff/DUGs, and general information about the department. The brochure is handed out to prospective students who visit Brown University, passed out at Concentration Fairs, and made available to the public during Visiting Artist Lectures. The brochure is also available in the front office for anyone who wants to learn more about the department. Submit work

This Week

Spring Recess | No University Exercises
Sat. Mar 23 - Sun. Mar 31
The Department of Visual Art main office will remain open during Spring Recess. There are no monitor hours and no equipment checkout hours during Spring Recess.

Student Galleries

Fri. Mar 22 - Thurs. Apr 4
Tia Forsman | Senior Honors Exhibition - 1st floor
Anzia Anderson | Senior Honors Exhibition - 2nd floor
Katherine Chavez | Senior Honors Exhibition - Gallery 221


Hiring | Brown Center for Students of Color
The Brown Center for Students of Color is hiring Heritage Series Coordinators, Nurturing Alignment Coordinators, Office Assistants, Photographers, Graphic Designers, and a Multimedia Specialist. If you are interested in learning more and applying to any of these positions, please see the job descriptions here. Apply via

BAI | Post Baccalaureate Arts Fellowship Opportunity in New York City
Deadline: Mon. Apr 15, 2019
As part of its institutional partnership with Performa, the leading organization dedicated to exploring the critical role of live visual art performance of the 20th and 21st centuries, the Brown Arts Initiative is accepting expressions of interest in a two-month, post-baccalaureate fellowship at Performa during Summer 2019 in New York City. This opportunity is open to any graduating senior who has concentrated or significantly participated in the performing, literary or visual arts. More info here.

Brown TiA 2019
Brown undergraduates achieve many milestones by the end of their senior year. Theories in Action (TiA) is an opportunity for seniors to share those milestones and their reflections on them in public. Apply here.

Save the Date

Give and Take: Examining the Intersection of Arts, Ethics and Philanthropy
Thurs. Apl 11, 5:30pm, Granoff Center Studio 1
Wed. Apr 24, 5:30pm, Granoff Center Martinos Auditorium
Artists and experts come together in a two-part program to address a timely topic affecting the arts and nonprofit communities. How do artists and cultural organizations approach the funding of creative work in a complex system that, by design, partially relies on raised revenue from varied sources? The program examines the history and structure of US philanthropy, how this manifests in modern day society and the ethical considerations of contributed income. The first event on April 11 is a Long Table discussion (, where all attendees are invited to participate. The evening begins with framing remarks by artists Tania Bruguera, Maia Chao and Shey Rivera Rios, plus Program Manager Brittany Bullock from the Memphis Music Initiative, and artists’ advocate Marianna Schaffer from Creative Capital. The second event on April 24 is a panel discussion facilitated by philanthropy and civil society scholar Lucy Bernholz, PhD from Stanford University. She is joined by Executive Director of ArtPlace America Jamie Bennett; artist Cannupa Hanska Luger; Dean of Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Amir Pasic, PhD; and curator, author and former museum director Laura Raicovich. Presented by Brown Arts Initiative.
FREE, registration required.

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