Topic: exhibit

The John Hay Comic Book Collection includes roughly 60,000 comics viewable by request and is currently expanding its offerings. Six comics will be displayed during Family Weekend.

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Hay Library invites class of 2021 to explore collections

October 15, 2018 0 comments

The John Hay Library held an open house for sophomores in the Lownes Room this past Friday. The room featured a variety of items drawn from the Hay’s major collections to showcase the manifold subject interests attended to by the library.

The new exhibit at the Center for Race and Ethnicity in America, which will be up until Spring 2019, contains 38 pieces from 22 artists. This piece, “Self Portrait” is by Luanne Redeye, an artist currently based in New Mexico.

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“Joy + Justice” builds community through art

September 17, 2018 0 comments

Last Thursday, the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America hosted the opening of “Joy + Justice,” a new exhibit that celebrates the Center’s upcoming programs and events.

The Nash Family Foundation gave the University $45,000 to transport a house belonging to Rosa Parks’ brother from Germany to Providence.

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Rosa Parks exhibition canceled

March 15, 2018 0 comments

The University canceled the planned exhibition of a house connected to Rosa Parks March 8, citing a “dispute” over the house that is independent of the University, wrote Director of News and Editorial Development Brian Clark in an email to The Herald.

The exhibition, which includes works such as the one pictured above, teaches students how to run a dynamic show in a professional gallery by allowing them to assume roles such as curator, jury and organizer.

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End-of-semester RISD exhibition showcases students’ multimedia artwork

December 4, 2017 0 comments

“Twelve: The 17th Annual Advanced Projects Juried Exhibition” is slated for Dec. 7 at RISD’s Illustrations Studies Building Gallery.

New exhibition portrays female immigrant identity

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New exhibition portrays female immigrant identity

September 12, 2017 0 comments

An imposing metal detector suggestive of xenophobic persecution looms at the Periphery Space gallery in Pawtucket.

Sarah Jane Lapp ’94 brings paint, puzzles to campus

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Sarah Jane Lapp ’94 brings paint, puzzles to campus

September 5, 2017 0 comments

In viewing the exhibition currently housed by the Sarah Doyle Women’s Center, audiences have the opportunity to take part in the artistic process itself.

‘The Americas on Fire’ exhibit to open at JCB

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‘The Americas on Fire’ exhibit to open at JCB

April 25, 2017 0 comments

Yellowed manuscripts reveal passages and images printed hundreds of years ago — all of which share one thing in common: fire.

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Rhode Island Hall archaeology exhibit documents Greek history

February 9, 2017 0 comments

“I should be Poseidon,” a new collection of pictures and prose, seamlessly blends in with the first floor of Rhode Island Hall.

Science, art converge at RISD Nature Lab

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Science, art converge at RISD Nature Lab

February 7, 2017 0 comments

Tucked away behind the Rhode Island School of Design Art Museum is another museum of sorts.

“And Men Turned Their Faces From There,” Fatma Bucak’s exhibit, reflects the nuanced circumstances of Kurds living along the Turkish-Syrian border.

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Exhibition examines Kurds’ current plight

November 30, 2016 0 comments

Plaintively strewn Damask flowers, grief-stricken video displays of Turkish newspapers and a demoralizing lithograph enumerating the fallen speak volumes.