Leslie Bostrom | This Story Started A Lot Earlier...
March 6 - 29, 2019
University of Rhode Island, Main Gallery
105 Upper College Road, Kingston, RI

Open ended narratives; mix media exploration and a special attention to the display of the physical object drive the new work of the Providence based painter and Department of Visual Art Professor Leslie Bostrom.

Student Galleries

Fri. Mar 8 - Thurs. Mar 14
Ava Code-Williams | Senior Honors Exhibition - 1st floor
Bryn Brunnstrom | Senior Exhibition - 2nd floor
Yumeng Fan | Senior Exhibition - Gallery 221

Fri. Mar 15 - Thurs. Mar 21
Wendy Cohen | Senior Honors Exhibition - 1st floor
Roland High | Senior Honors Exhibition - 2nd floor
Julia Illana | Senior Honors Exhibition - Gallery 221

This Week

Cecilia Vicuña | Artist Talk
Wed. Mar 13, 5pm
List Art Building, room 120
64 College Street

Cecilia Vicuña is a Chilean poet, artist, filmmaker, and activist. Her work addresses ecological destruction, human rights, and cultural homogenization. It began in the mid 60’s as a way of “hearing an ancient silence waiting to be heard”. It was included in Documenta 14 in Athens and Kassel, Germany 2017, and is collected in the Tate Modern, MoMA and Guggenheim Museum. Her most recent solo shows were at The Brooklyn Museum and the MFA, Boston, 2018. Please register here.
Other Events This Week

Tania Bruguera | In Conversation
Mon. Mar 11, 5:30pm
Martinos Auditorium, Granoff Center
154 Angell Street

Installation and performance artist Tania Bruguera works with people to expose, critique and change the institutional structures and political dynamics that impact the lives of the most vulnerable individuals in societies across the globe. “All of my work is a social experiment,” she told viewers of her latest project at the Tate Modern in London, “and my biggest inspiration is injustice.” She is serving as a BAI professor of the practice in spring 2019. Presented by Brown Arts Initiative and David Winton Bell Gallery. Please register here.

Dar Williams | In Concert
Wed. Mar 13, 7pm

Auditorium, Granoff Center
154 Angell Street

Community is at the heart of music by singer-songwriter and guitarist Dar Williams. She “sings about things that are part of the human condition,” writes Melissa Cynova in, telling stories with candor and humor as though she is having “a musical conversation with…her friends.” Williams brings her signature sound to Brown as part of the BAI's Songwriting Series. Tickets

Save the Date

'20 Honors Applications
Opens Mon. Mar 18

Junior Visual Art Concentrator may choose to apply to the Honors Program for the 2019-2020 academic year. The details of the program are outlined in the link provided here. If you have any questions, please meet with your advisor or contact Olanda Estrada. A link to the online application will be sent directly to Junior VA Concentrators.


RISD Museum Guild | Open Call for March Third Thursday
The RISD Museum Guild is hosting an open call for individuals to showcase their visual (2D or 3D) and performance work during the upcoming Third Thursday at the RISD Museum (March 21 from 5 - 9 pm). Students have the opportunity to activate gallery spaces and re-frame the Museum's collection through performance, or share their creative process with Museum visitors in a casual, conversational setting.
Apply now!

Submit Work to the 2019 Urban Journal
The Urban Journal -- the Urban Studies Department’s annual publication -- is printed and distributed each May. The Journal features essays and art from students in any concentration in an effort to promote interdisciplinary analysis, to encourage creative thinking about urban space, and to showcase exceptional student work.
Submit here.

Residency Opportunities
Here is a list of residency programs and special opportunities with upcoming deadlines. You can find information ion hundreds of programs as well as tips for researching. apply for and funding your residency here.

Art + Feminism | Wikipedia Editathon
Thurs. Mar 21, 5-8:30pm

RISD Museum
Join us at the RISD Museum as part of Third Thursday for a communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to gender, art, and feminism. We will provide tutorials for the beginner Wikipedian, reference materials, free food, and cash bar. Please bring your laptop (a handful will be provided), power cord, and ideas for entries that need updating or creation—or choose from a list of suggested entries relating to the Museum’s collection and Rhode Island’s history.

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