Shopping for a Course?

Check out the "Semester Overview" poster for a full listing of courses offered in the Department of Visual Art this semester. You can also stop by the front office in room 222 for a printout. Or check out course offerings online 
here. This poster also highlights upcoming VA events, Visiting Artist Lectures, Equipment Checkout hours, and Lab Monitor start dates and hours.

VA Student Galleries

Now - Thurs. Feb 6
Eve O'Shea & Claire Schlaikjer - 1st floor
Show Curated by Geoffrey Huang - 2nd floor & Gallery 221

All student galleries are located in the List Art Building, 64 College Street, Providence, RI

This Week

Equipment Checkout Opens
Mon. Jan 27, 1-3pm
The VA Lending Library is open on weekdays from 1-3pm. The majority of the equipment is available for a 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.

Sugata Ray | Lecture
Tues. Jan 28, 5:30pm
List Art Building, room 110

Sugata Ray presents a lecture With the “Gobble” of a Turkey: Visualizing Human-Animal Relations in the Indian Ocean World as part of OnSpeculation, a year-long series that examines the past from a range of geographical perspectives and time periods. Ray’s research focuses on intersections among early modern and colonial artistic cultures, transterritorial ecologies and the natural environment.

Mandatory Lab Monitor Orientation
Fri. Jan 31, 12:30-2pm
If you accepted a position as a lab monitor for the Spring 2020 semester, there is a mandatory meeting to discuss lab safety, responsibilities, reporting time, and other important information regarding your duties.

Studio Monitor Hours Begin
Sun. Feb 2
Studio Monitor hours give students enrolled in VA courses the chance to work in the studio outside of class time. Studio Monitor hours can be found

VA Funding Opportunities

Flexible Flyer Fellowship Award
Deadline: Mon. Feb 10, 5pm
Individual awards are available for a junior or senior Visual Art Concentrator. Eligible projects may be done as completely independent projects outside of Brown, as independent study projects, or as work within the regular department curriculum. A student may not use the award while on leave from Brown, but it may be used in part for a summer project undertaken between junior and senior years, or for the completion of a project begun at Brown and finished during the summer following graduation. 
Apply here.

Hugh Townley Travel Fellowship Award
Deadline: Mon. Feb 10, 5pm
Funds are available to a junior Visual Art Concentrator. Proposal for travel should support your development as an artist. 
Apply here.

Marlene Malik Fellowship Award
Deadline: Mon. Feb 10, 5pm
Individual awards are available to a Visual Art Concentrator to support the purchase of supplies or materials for 3D projects. 
Apply here.

Save the Date

Ayana Evans | In Performance
Wed. Feb 5, 5pm
David Winton Bell Gallery
64 College Street

Presented in conjunction with Luscious: Paintings and Drawings by Wendy Edwards. Ayana Evans’ performances address issues of body image and social judgement, often including feats of endurance performed in high heels and eye-catching outfits that represent the perseverance required by women in our society.

Meet the Jurors | Student Exhibition
Thurs. Feb 6, 4:30pm
Granoff Center, Studio 2

Meet the Jurors for the 40th Annual Juried Student Exhibition: Akiko Ichikawa and David Antonio Cruz. Join us for pizza and conversation. Space is limited. This event is intended for currently enrolled Brown University students. Please register here.


Census 2020 | RI Artists Open Call

Seeking work related to themes of government, identity community outreach, and representation in all contexts. Works to be printed on weatherproof museum vinyl and displayed on RISD campus. Please send a high resolution digital image to to be considered for participation.

AiR Newport | Artist Residency in RI
Deadline: Sat. Feb 15
The Newport artist residency, AiR/Newport is designed to encourage the creative, intellectual, and personal growth of emerging and established visual artists and designers by giving them the time, space, and solitude needed to create, apart from the daily demands of production and deadline. We value art and artists as essential components of a vibrant, healthy, and informed community and therefore consider some type of community engagement activity by the resident artists/designers a priority. Learn more and apply

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