Summer Courses
Studio Foundation: An introduction to basic visual art concepts, exploring a range of materials with emphasis on experimentation and analysis of visual relationships. Drawing is a vital part of this course.

3D Foundation: This is an extensive study in form and structure to develop spatial understanding and the fundamentals of 3-dimensional design and construction. Students will explore the structural, compositional and conceptual implications of basic materials, such as wood, metal, plaster and found objects. Projects are designed as a means for investigating a variety of sculptural processes. Students will learn casting techniques, safe use of power tools and welding equipment. In addition special emphasis will be placed on creativity, critical thinking and the ability to successfully articulate ideas visually.

New VA DUGs!

Congratulations to Kat Chavez and Caitlin Takeda on joining Tia Forsman to be the new 2018-2019 VA DUGs! A huge thanks to our graduating DUGs, Emilia Figliomeni and Aimee Vue, for all the work they did to bring our students together and promote the arts this year.

Student Galleries

Fri. Apr 27 - Thurs. May 3
Kat Chavez - 1st floor
Lily Zhao - 2nd floor
Sohum Chokshi^ - Gallery 221

Fri. May 4 - Fri. May 11

HIAA Models Show - All galleries
^Senior exhibition

This Week

Big Print, Steamroller Event
Thurs. May 3, 1-5pm
Tockwotton Studio
184 Tockwotton Street, Providence

Join us for an awesome day filled with food, heavy equipment, music, and printmaking! Visiting artist Xander Marro will be in attendance.

Save the Date

Open Lab Hours End
Mon. May 7
The final shift for Studio Monitors will be Monday, May 7.

Equipment Check Out Closes
Fri. May 11, 3pm
All equipment is due back by Friday, May 11th at 3pm. This includes all semester-long checkouts. Final grades will be held until all equipment is returned.

Studio Clean-out
Fri. May 11
All studios must be cleared out by Friday, May 11th. Anything left behind will be taken to the dumpster, recycled, or kept for re-use next semester.

Other Events This Week

Valerie Steele: Paris, Capital of Fashion
Mon. Apr 30, 4pm
RISD Chace Center
20 North Main Street, Providence

Valerie Steele is director and chief curator of The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, where she has organized more than 25 exhibitions. She is also the founder and editor in chief of Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture, and the author of more than 20 books including The Corset: A Cultural History; Fetish: Fashion, Sex, and Power; and Women of Fashion: Twentieth-Century Designers. As author, curator, editor, and public intellectual, Valerie Steele has been instrumental in creating the modern field of fashion studies and in raising awareness of the cultural significance of fashion.

Race, Memory & Memorialization Conference
Fri. May 4, and Sat. May 5
Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice
Brown University, Providence, RI

In the wake of Charlottesville, communities across the nation are reevaluating memorials and the history that they represent. On the occasion of the Center’s 5th Anniversary, the CSSJ will be organizing the conference: Race, Memory and Memorialization. This conference will examine the activism behind the Southern Freedom Movement and critically question the way the Civil Rights Movement has been represented through memorials and exhibitions. The conference will raise the question- how do you create a memorial/marker/museum to the racial injustices of the present moment? More info here.

Alex Da Corte | In Conversation
Sat. May 5, 2-3pm and Sun. May 6, 1-4pm
RISD Museum, Metcalf Auditorium
20 North Main Street, Providence

In conjunction with Creative Time’s Pledges of Allegiance project currently on view in the RISD Museum lobby, internationally-renowned contemporary artist Alex Da Corte will discuss his collaborative processes with RISD assistant professor in the Textile Department Mary Anne Friel. A central aspect of Da Corte’s work, collaboration can fuel and expand creative exploration and production. Free with Museum admission. Registration requested.


Paid Summer Internship | James Barron Gallery
Art dealer James Barron is seeking to hire a Brown University student to work as an intern this summer for the James Barron Art Gallery in rural Kent, Connecticut.This is an excellent introduction to gallery work, including organization of shows, press releases, promotion, social media, and collection management database. The position will carry through from Commencement through Labor Day and pays $12/hr for four-five days a week (Wednesday/Thursday-Sunday - based on preference.) The Gallery will assist in securing housing for the duration of the internship, however, will not attribute to the cost. Those interested in applying should have a car, though it is not a requirement for the position. More info and apply here.

Bruno Internships

Always search here for internships, research opportunities, funding, and connections in the Brown Community.

The Nancy Prophet Fellowship
Deadline: April 30
RISD Museum
The Nancy Prophet Fellowship at the RISD Museum is a two-year, full-time position for artists and scholars embarking on careers in the arts and considering the museum profession and the roles museums play in an increasingly diverse society. Named in honor of the Nancy Prophet, an artist of Narragansett and African heritage and RISD’s first graduate of color in 1918, this program provides significant professional-practice opportunities to high-achieving college and graduate school alumni up to three years post-graduation. Fellows will have the opportunity to participate extensively in aspects of the Museum’s curatorial and programming work. Through mentorship and professional-development support, they will develop the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to make important contributions to the museum field. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to fostering the understanding of works of art in a museum context; excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills; and the ability to work independently as well as collegially. Applicants who apply by April 30 will be given full consideration. Interviews will be scheduled for the end of May with a final decision made in June. The start date for the fellow would be in early July. More info here.

Call for Entry | Anthropocene
Deadline: May 4th
Brown University, Science Center

How do we experience our relationship with nature? The Science Center calls for an exhibition exploring the Anthropocene - the current geological time period defined by significant human impact on the Earth - from diverse perspectives across the sciences, arts, and humanities. Submit here.

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