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Articles by Zack Bu (18)

A ceramic piece, “Two Birds” by Maya Bjornson ’19, gleams in the light in the Cohen Gallery. First-year Dual Degree student Bjornson’s work responds to the fragility and symbolic power of birds, according to her artist statement.

Arts & Culture

Exhibition showcases ‘off course’ art

January 30, 2015 0 comments

Currently on display at the Granoff Center, the 7th Annual Brown/RISD Dual Degree Exhibition examines everything from the sky to the self.

Arts & Culture

At the table with Feng Ai Ding

December 5, 2014 1 comment

Since its opening in September, Yan’s Cuisine has become College Hill’s spot for authentic Chinese food.

Edgewood Yacht Club site to house new marine education center

Metro

Edgewood Yacht Club site to house new marine education center

October 30, 2014 0 comments

Moses Brown School received an anonymous $1.5 million donation to a new Sailing and Marine Education Center in Cranston.

Arts & Culture

PW parties in space with ‘Song for a Future Generation’

October 17, 2014 0 comments

“Song for a Future Generation,” which opened last night in the Production Workshop Downspace, tells a peculiar and hilarious fable that unfolds into different story lines.

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Book celebrates women’s contributions to state

October 17, 2014 0 comments

Though Rhode Island is small, the volitions and achievements of women in its history of education, literature, art and advocacy surpass its size.

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In conversation: Duval-Carrié: ‘It’s like building a hero’

October 7, 2014 0 comments

The work of Edouard Duval-Carrié, artist-in-residence at the John Carter Brown Library, attempts to rebuild the lost narratives of history.

Arts & Culture

Photo essay spotlights civic action

October 3, 2014 0 comments

An artistic endeavor doubles as a civics lesson in “Empowering a Generation,” a photographic essay by Liza Yeager ’17

University News

New slavery memorial aims to spark reflection

September 29, 2014 0 comments

Visitors to the Quiet Green can now view a new sculpture remembering and engaging with the University’s ties to the slave trade.