Stories about studios + projects
In her 30-year career, international contemporary artistKristin Jones 79 SC has explored concepts of space and time with public art projects that are often enormous in scale.
Using thousands of recycled water and milk bottles, Professor and Head of SculptureEllen Driscoll has created an ambitious new work of public art for Providence’s waterfront.
This spring Janine Antoni MFA 89 SC joined the diverse group of 180 artists, scientists and scholars who won a prestigious 2011Guggenheim Fellowship.
On Thursday, March 21, the student artists who won the RISD Museum’s Sitings 2013 competition discussed their inspiration and their process at an opening reception to celebrate their new work.
Now that Taylor Baldwin 05 SC has joined the full-time faculty in Sculpture, he says that it’s “surreal” to be back on campus working with professors he learned from as an undergraduate.
It wouldn’t be wise to poke holes in the plastic-wrapped package now on its way to Blake Hiltunen MFA 14 SC.
Last week students in RISD’s first theatrical design studio – co-taught by Sculpture Critic Jane South and Interior Architecture Critic Michael McGarty, who also teaches in the Theatre Arts department at Brown – offered a backstage peek inside The Magic Box, an all-new ballet that will premiere in Providence this spring.
Now that she has retired from teaching at Northern Virginia Community College, sculptor and lecturer Rebecca Kamen MFA 78 SC is doing anything but slowing down.
Janos Stone 98 SC believes in putting the creative powers of technology into the hands of the common man (and woman and child).