for Entries | 39th Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition

Deadline: Fri. Feb 1

The submission process for the 39th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition is now open until Friday, February 1. This exhibition is open to all Brown University students in every department. All media accepted, including book arts, ceramics, dance, drawing, painting, performance, photography, poetry, print, robotics, sculpture, sound, textiles, and video. For more information and to apply, click here.

Spring Awards Now Open
Deadline: Mon. Feb 11, 5pm
Flexible Flyer Fellowship Award
Hugh Townley Fellowship Award
Marlene Malik Fellowship Award

Seats Available | VISA1420 Sculpture II
By covering a number of contemporary sculptural theories and practices and emphasizing critiques and readings, students develop sculptural solutions to a given set of problems using materials of their own choosing. Register through CAB.
Student Galleries

Now through Thurs. Feb 7
Noah Goodman - 1st Floor
Group Exhibition curated by Miranda Villanueva - 2nd Floor
Group Exhibition curated by Wendy Cohen - Gallery 221

This Week

Equipment Checkout Opens
Mon. Jan 28, 1-3pm
The VA Lending Library is open on weekdays from 1-3pm. The majority of the equipment is available for 7-day checkout period. Equipment includes digital cameras, film cameras, video cameras, tripods, projectors, sound recorders, microphones, etc. If you are enrolled in a VISA course, then you are eligible to use the Equipment Lending Library. Some restrictions apply based on the course in which you are enrolled.

Studio Monitor Hours Begin
Sun. Feb 3
List Art Building, various studios
Open lab hours give students enrolled in VA courses the chance to work in the studio outside of class time. Open lab hours are as follows:

Black + White Darkroom (321), Digital Print Lab (512), Foundation Studio (225), and Painting (510), Printmaking (310)
Sunday, 7:30pm-midnight
Monday-Thursday, 8:30pm-midnight

Sculpture (B10)
Sunday, 4pm-11pm
Monday-Thursday, 7pm-11pm

Book Arts Studio, John Hay Library
Sunday, 3:30-8pm
Monday-Thursday, 6:30-10pm

Save the Date

Joyce Scott | Artist Talk
Wed. Feb 6, 5pm
List Art, room 120

MacArthur ‘Genius’ Fellow, Joyce J. Scott is best known for her figurative sculpture and jewelry using free-form off-loom bead weaving techniques similar to a peyote stitch, as well as blown glass, and found objects.  As an African-American, feminist artist, Scott unapologetically confronts difficult themes as diverse as her subjects which include race, misogyny, sexuality, stereotypes, gender inequality, social disturbance, economic disparities, history, politics, rape, and discrimination.  Her art leverages its impact with her wry, subversive humor, and engages hardened stereotypes that demand honest examination. Please register here.


Jobs on Campus
1. Third World Transition Program Coordinator

The TWTPC position is a challenging and rewarding leadership opportunity at the Brown Center for Students of Color. The TWTPCs play an important role in promoting the philosophy, legacy and history behind student of color activism upon which the Brown Center for Students of Color was founded. This process requires hard work, a commitment to promoting solidarity among people of color, and very strong organizational and management skills.  Apply here.

2. Media Production Assistant: The Media Production Assistant is a responsible and reliable Brown undergraduate student who works with a team of professionals and students in CIS Media Services/ Production. More info

3. Student Technology Assistant: STAs support the academic community with media digitization of course materials, with the creation of digital multimedia projects, graphics, websites and more. More info

Brown University CareerLAB Newsletter
Sign up for the CareeLAB Newsletter at Brown University. CareerLAB is dedicated to helping students prepare for Life After Brown. Please stop by to check out our programs for undergrads and graduate students. Learn more about CareerLAB services and resources here.

Penland Summer Workshops | Registration Open
We're thrilled to be offering 103 workshops across our studios taught by some of the most inspiring artists we know. Whether you're interested in woodworking with hand tools, slipcasting ceramics, risograph printing, metal engraving, or something else entirely, we think you'll find a workshop that excites your creativity. More info here.

Other Events This Week

Renren Yang | Lecture
Mon. Jan 29, 5:30pm
Maddock Alumni Center

38 Brown Street, Providence
Renren Yang, Lecturer, Program in Writing and Rhetoric, Stanford University. Talk titled: When a Star Falls from the Milky Way: Screen Mobility, Cynicism, and Han Han’s
Celebrity in Post-Socialist China.

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