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Announcements

Nominate the 2019-2020 Visual Art DUG Leaders
Deadline to nominate: Tues. Apr 16

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
here.

Student Galleries

Now - Thurs. Apr 4
Tia Forsman | Senior Honors Exhibition - 1st floor
Anzia Anderson | Senior Honors Exhibition - 2nd floor
Katherine Chavez | Senior Honors Exhibition - Gallery 221
Studio Foundation Group Exhibition - Mitchell Corridor Gallery, 3rd floor

Fri. Apr 5 - Thurs. Apr 11
Devin Graham
| Senior Exhibition- 1st floor
Victor Alvarez
 | Senior Honors Exhibition - 2nd floor
Isabel Andrews
 | Senior Honors Exhibition - Gallery 221

This Week

SOLD OUT Guerrilla Girls | Artist Talk
Wed. Apr 3, 5pm
Salomon Hall, room 101

"The Guerrilla Girls are feminist activist artists. We wear gorilla masks in public and use facts, humor and outrageous visuals to expose gender and ethnic bias as well as corruption in politics, art, film, and pop culture. Our anonymity keeps the focus on the issues, and away from who we might be: we could be anyone and we are everywhere. We believe in an intersectional feminism that fights discrimination and supports human rights for all people and all genders. We undermine the idea of a mainstream narrative by revealing the understory, the subtext, the overlooked, and the downright unfair."

First come, first seated. Registration does not guarantee admission. Additionally, all unclaimed seats are released to the standby audience 15 minutes before program start time. Once the event begins, late admission will not be allowed. 
The lecture will be live streamed here.

Open House and Zine Making Workshop
Wed. Apr 3, 7-9pm
Sarah Doyle Center
26 Benevolent Street

Come check out the Sarah Doyle Center Library and zine collection, which contain over 4,000 volumes on women, gender, and sexuality. This is a great resource for those doing research or starting to think about final papers. The Center’s zine librarian will also be leading a zine making workshop. Refreshments will be served.

Other Event This Week

Your Ocean, My Ocean | Performance
Mon. Apr 1, 7pm

Granoff Center, Studio 1
154 Angell Street

Your Ocean, My Ocean is an experimental intermedia performance concerned with environmentalism, climate justice and community engagement. Created by a transdisciplinary group of artists and designers, the work features live performance; multi-channel video that responds to the precarious beauty of ocean ecosystems; and crowd-sourced social media that enables audiences to submit their own images, short videos and text messages. Registration required.

Clay Maxwell Jordan | Artist Talk & Book Signing
Thurs. Apr 4, 6-8pm,
iolabs, 199 Anthony Street
iolabs is pleased to host Fathom's first event - a celebration of Clay Maxwell Jordan's first monograph - Nothing's Coming Soon. Doors are open to anyone and everyone looking to welcome spring with some art! Nothing’s Coming Soon is an extended meditation on the signs and signals that life is the greatest unsolved mystery. Photographing the beauty that’s to be found in the everyday, Jordan lets us feel in a palpable way how we’re always a half step away from joy, death, disintegration, and renewal.

Artist Talk and Opening Reception
Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson: The Only Show in Town
Fri. Apr 5, 5:30pm

Bell Gallery, List Art Building
A lecture by Chris Elphick - Principal Investigator, SHARP (Saltmarsh Habitation and Avian and Research Program)
Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut  With rising sea levels, tidal marshes and species such as the saltmarsh sparrow that depend on them, face many threats.  This talk will describe the status of tidal marsh birds in the northeast, the ways that marshes are changing, and the role that humans play in protecting coastal ecosystems.

Opportunities

Joslin Award Nominations
Deadline: Tues. Apr 2
The Joslins are awarded each year to a select group of seniors whose contributions to the quality of student life at Brown are truly exemplary. Joslin recipients represent the very best of Brown in the areas of character, involvement, and impact. Joslin Award nominations may be submitted by any member of the Brown community. Nominees must be college seniors anticipated to graduate in May 2019 or December 2019. Nominate
here.

Call for Submissions | 2019 HNMCP Art Contest
Deadline: June 1

The Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program (HNMCP) Art Award invites original works of visual art that reflect on conflict transformation. We are interested in art that speaks to the possibilities of overcoming divides and finding connection. Entries should be directly responsive to themes of community-building, peace-building, and conflict transformation. More info here.

Save the Date

Hale County This Morning, This Evening | Screening and Q&A
Mon. Apr 8, 7-9pm

Metcalf Auditorium, Brown University
190 Thayer Street


Brown Arts Student Council (BASC) is excited to present a screening of Hale County This Morning, This Evening (dir. RaMell Ross). Nominated for Best Documentary at the 91st Academy Awards, Ross employs the integrity of nonfiction filmmaking and the currency of stereotypical imagery to fill in the gaps between individual black male icons. Hale County This Morning, This Evening draws from the visual language of portraiture but breaks from its historically racist aesthetic frameworks to expand the possibilities for expression of African American men on film. It also received the Special Jury Award for Creative Vision at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Please register for a free ticket here.

Annual Alumni Panel
Fri. Apr 12, 1-3pm

List Art Building, room 110

Sit down with four Brown alumni at different stages of their careers as they discuss how their journey as visual and performance artists, educators, and curators have changed since graduating from Brown. They’ll talk about their struggles and accomplishments of establishing a life and career in the arts, where they’re at with their work today, and what they’re planning for the future. Please register here.

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