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Reminders

Spray Booth, 5th Floor
The maximum occupancy for the spray booth on the 5th floor of the List Art Building in one (1) person. If someone is using the spray booth, please wait outside the door, at least six (6) feet from the entrance. If you are unsure if someone is inside, please knock several times- it is very loud inside and the person may not hear you the first time.

List Art Building Hours
The List Art Building hours are 8am-6pm Monday-Friday and closed on the weekends. Currently enrolled students and faculty/staff working in the List Art Building will have card access when the building is closed. All students must leave the building by 11pm everyday.

Card Access Policies for VISA Enrolled Students
All currently enrolled students (online and hybrid) have card access to the main doors of the List Art Building. Only students enrolled in hybrid courses have card access to the specific studios for which they are enrolled. All students must leave the building by 11pm everyday.

Studio Monitor Hours
Studio Monitors will be staff in both Foundation Studios, the Sculpture Studio, Painting Studio, and Printmaking Studio Sunday-Wednesday from 6-11pm. Students enrolled in VISA hybrid courses are permitted to use the studio outside of these hours as well, everyday from 8am-11pm. The Digital Print Lab/Lighting Studio and the Book Arts Studio in the John Hay Library are closed this semester.

This Week

Student Gallery Exhibition | Ceyhun Firat
Fri. Oct 16-Thurs. Oct 29
List Art Building, 2nd floor gallery

Save the Date

Jeffrey Gibson Virtual Artist Talk
Wed. Oct 28, 5pm EDT
Register for free tickets
here


2019 MacArthur Genius Grant winner Jeffrey Gibson (b. 1972, USA) combines Native American traditions with the visual languages of Modernism to explore the contemporary confluence of personal identity, culture, history, and international social narratives. Gibson is a member of the Choctaw and Cherokee nations. He currently lives and works in Hudson, New York. One of his most recognized series involves punching bags that Gibson deftly transforms into aesthetic totems. Another of Gibson’s long running series involves an examination of transformational garments. A selection of these garments were exhibited in the 2019 Whitney Biennial. Image: Go Where You Wanna Go, 2020. Acrylic and graphite on elk hide covered hand drums, custom frame. 19 1/2 in diameter. Photo Credit: Max Yawney. In partnership with Brown Arts Initiative.

Other Events, Opportunities, and Resources

Swearer Center | Student Jobs
1. Community Partnership Team Intern: The primary responsibility of this role will be to coordinate with Community Partnership Team members to gather, develop, and disseminate a catalog of resources for the Swearer Center’s network of community partners. 
Apply via Workday.
2. Videographer: This student staff member will work remotely with the Communications Team and Student Development Team to create and edit videos, with a particular focus on the 25th anniversary of the Royce Fellowship.
Apply via Workday.

2021 Walter Feldman Fellowship for Emerging Artists
Deadline: Nov 2

Applications for the 2021 Walter Feldman Fellowship for Emerging Artists are now open! Now in its 7th year, the Feldman Fellowship supports visual artists through a solo exhibition or alternative presentation of their work, along with curatorial and professional development support, including guidance on improving business skills for effective presentations and promotion of their work.The Fellowship is open to artists residing in the New England area working in 2D media other than photography and film, who have yet to have their first solo exhibition. More info here.

“Telling Uncomfortable Histories through Reimagining Sites of Enslavement” Lunch talk by Kyera Singleton
Tues. Oct 20, 12-1pm
, Join virtual event
Kyera Singleton is the Executive Director of the Royall House and Slave Quarters, a PhD Candidate in the Department of American Culture at the University of Michigan, and a Visiting Fellow in the History Department at Harvard University.

How do sites of slavery reckon with their history today? This presentation will think through how historical sites such as the Royall House and Slave Quarters serve as a permanent marker of the history of Northern slavery, the fight amongst enslaved and free Black women and men to define freedom on their own terms, and the role of museums in the preservation of history and the fight for social justice today.

Artist Talk by Mendi and Keith Obadike
Oct 27, 7pm
, register here
Mendi + Keith Obadike make music, art, and literature. They have exhibited and performed at The New Museum, Whitechapel Gallery, The Studio Museum in Harlem, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Museum of Modern Art. Their early collaborations were works made for the internet and recorded music. Their current projects include a series of large-scale, public sound art works.Their honors include a Rockefeller New Media Arts Fellowship, Pick Laudati Award for Digital Art, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Fiction, and the Louis Comfort Tiffany Biennial Award.


Calling Creatives! Submit to SOMOS!
Deadline: Nov 13
SOMOS Latinx Literary Magazine is seeking submissions for the Fall 2010 issue! Their mission is to celebrate the art and writing of Latinx creatives. Submissions accepted in Spanish, Portuguese, English, and languages across the Latinx diaspora in any medium (visual and media art, poetry, short story, personal essay, etc). Please email submissions to 
somos.brown@gmail.com

COVID-19 Resources for Artists | Via RISD Alumni Association
"We are here to help you during these difficult times. Below you will find a list of resources for financial relief, grant opportunities and online resource guides." Click here.

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