Art & Art History Current Events
Jamilee Polson Lacy
, Providence College Gallery Curator recently published an artiticle tited "To Set a Trap: Eva Kot’átková at MIT List Visual Arts Center" in Art in America . read more.
Class of 2015. Studio Art and Art History graduating majors enjoyed a senior luncheon with their families and departmental professors on Saturday May 16th in the Smith Center for the Arts.
Congratulations to our graduating students!
Jamilee Polson Lacy gave a Curator Talk on Monday April 27, 2015 at the Alex and Ani Lecture Hall at Rhode Island College. She shared her experiences as an independent contemporary art curator and writer, founding director of Twelve Galleries Project in Chicago and the appointed curator of the PC Galleries at Providence College.
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Students from the Providence College Development of North American Architecture class showed how real this world is during a photography exhibition and presentation. Thursday, April 16, 2015, Slater Mill Gallery , 67 Roosevelt Ave., Pawtucket, R.I. Students in this class have been studying Art Deco and Machine Age architecture (1020s-1940s). Their exhibition intends to create awareness about the prevalence of these incredibly singular and unparalleled styles. Between the 1920s to the 1940s, Rhode Island constructed many beautiful Art Deco edifices with Machine Age motifs and breathtaking geometric shapes. The class is co-taught by Professor Ann Norton, Professor of History of Architecture and Design, and Professor Eric Sung, Professor of Photography. The students displayed their photographs and discussed the uniqueness and flamboyancy of these frequently unnoticed, yet common, architectural styles.
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Palargikon and Peripatos: The Archaeology of Cult on the Slopes of the Athenian Acropolis
Lecture by Dr. Kevin Glowacki (Texas A &M) University
Wednesday April 8th, 6:00-7:00pm, Ruane Center Room 105