Equipment Checkout Closed Over Thanksgiving Week
Mon. Nov 19 - Fri. Nov 23
Equipment Checkout will be closed from Monday, November 19 through Friday, November 23. It will reopen on Monday, November 26 at 1pm. If you need to borrow equipment over Thanksgiving break, please plan accordingly.

Open Lab Hours Closed Over Thanksgiving Week
Sun. Nov 18 - Sun Nov 25
There will be NO LAB HOURS from Sunday, November 18 through Sunday, November 25. Open Lab Hours will resume Monday, November 26. 

Spring 2019 Monitor Applications Now Open
Deadline: Mon. Dec 3, 4pm
The Department of Visual Art is looking for applications from qualified students to work in the labs/studios for the Spring 2019 semester. Areas include Book Arts, Darkroom, Digital Print Lab, Foundation Studio, Painting, and Printmaking. Please apply 

This Week in VA

Student Galleries
Fri. Nov 16 - Thurs. Nov 29
Tia Forsman - 1st floor
Painting Group Exhibition - 2nd floor
Ava Code-Williams - Gallery 221
Watercolor Group Exhibition - 3rd floor


Call for Entry | Juried Exhibition
Open now through January 27, 2019

The submission process for the 39th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition is now open until January 27, 2019. This exhibition is open to all Brown University students in every department. All media accepted, including ceramics, dance, drawing, painting, performance, photography, print, sculpture, sound, textiles, and video. For more information and to apply, click

MFA in Visual Art | Washington University
The Graduate School of Art at Washington University in St. Louis is accepting applications for the MFA in Visual Art program. As part of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, a unique collaboration in art, architecture, and design education, they offer a robust, two-year studio-based program, where students can explore the material and conceptual dimensions of their work within a broad range of social and political contexts. Learn more.

Other Events This Week

Art 'til Midnight | Exhibition
Fri. Nov 23, 6pm
Imago Gallery
36 Market Street, Warren, RI

All are invited as Imago Foundation for the Arts (IFA) kicks off its Winter Holiday Exhibit with “Art ‘til Midnight,” a special, free, public event. IFA artists will lead those interested in creating collaborative works of art. Enjoy the fun along with musical entertainment by guitarist Julio Amaro, holiday treats and a 10% discount on art purchases made during the evening.

Short Short Story Film Festival
Sat. Nov 24, 2:30pm
15 Empire Street, Providence

The festival includes live-action and animated films from across the globe, all of which tell a story in under six minutes. Audiences can enjoy two distinct programs of cultural excursions, each in less than the time of a typical feature film. With three dozen films in total, directors from thirty countries on six continents are participating. The competitive international film event includes audience voting for both programs, and DJ Madame B will be mixing soundscapes between and after screenings, with AS220’s FOO(D) next door open for a dinner break and drinks between screening sets.
Tickets are available at the door for $10 per screening or online for $15 including both screenings.

Looking Ahead

Rina Banerjee | In Conversation
Wed. Nov 28, 5:30pm
Granoff Center, Martinos Auditorium
154 Angell Street, Providence

Rina Banerjee is a multi-faceted artist whose practice includes painting, sculpture, works on paper and installation, all drawing on her science background. (She has a Bachelor’s degree in polymer engineering and worked as a research chemist before concentrating on art.) Born in Calcutta, India and raised in New York City, Banerjee discusses her use of natural and man-made materials – feathers, shells, fabric, plastic – and how her work examines identity, culture and tradition. The presentation is the fourth event in the 2018-19 Warren and Allison Kanders Lecture Series.

Until, Until, Until | Performance
Thurs. Nov 29 - Sat. Dec 1, 7pm
Granoff Center, Studio 1
154 Angell Street, Providence

The Brown Arts Initiative is proud to present Edgar Arceneaux’s first live work, Until, Until, Until...  The work investigates the infamous 1981 performance of Broadway legend Ben Vereen, televised nationally as part of Ronald Reagan’s inauguration celebration. Intended as an homage to vaudevillian Bert Williams – America’s first mainstream black entertainer – the final five minutes of the performance were censored for the television audience, causing Vereen’s biting commentary on the history of segregation and racist stereotypes in performance to be lost on viewers at home. Until, Until, Until… is based on the footage that never aired that night. This piece questions the truth of past narratives and creates an opportunity to reconsider our collective understanding of historic events. Reserve tickets here.

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