Jamilee Polson Lacy
gave a Curator Talk on Monday April 27, 2015 at the Alex & 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.
Have you ever wished that the “Great Gatsby” era was a reality ?
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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Lecture by Dr. Kevin Glowacki (Texas A &M) University
Wednesday April 8th, 6:00-7:00pm, Ruane Center Room 105
, The Department of Art and Art History mourns the loss of their colleague and friend Suzanne D’Avanzo who passed away on Saturday November 29, 2014. Suzanne was an Associate Professor of Art who taught drawing and printmaking at Providence College for many years..
Some memories of Suzanne:
She was a smart, sassy, thoughtful colleague whose art, family and teaching were at the center of her life. My husband Harry (Henry L.P. Beckwith) was one of her teachers at RISD and he recalls her inventive work in his relief and experimental printmaking class, and his pleasure at meeting her again at Providence College. Alice Beckwith
When my daughter Manya was born in 1997, she received her first gift of drawing from my colleague Suzanne. It was a beautiful sketch of a panda and the piece hung for years in my daughter's room. I think its presence helped inspire my daughter to keep a sketch book with her and draw, which she does to this day. We will always think fondly of Suzanne. Joan Branham
Suzanne was a wonderful artist and dedicated teacher. When I first started working in the department in 1997, Suzanne went out of her way to be helpful and make me feel at home. Harriet Pappas
PC Galleries at Providence College hosted “Artists Forum: A Printmaking Mini-Symposium
” on December 5, 2014 in conjunction with Helsingistä, a two-person exhibition by Helsinki-based printmakers Valpuri Kylmänen and Ari Pelkonen. The symposium highlighted the production of six distinguished Rhode Island printmaking artists and scholars who presented short lectures on their work and shared their varied perspectives on the world of printmaking.
Featured speakers: Henry Ferreira; Elizabeth Ferrill; Stephen Fisher; James Janecek; Alice O’Neill; Andrew Raftery, Moderator: Jamilee Polson Lacy, Curator at PC Galleries
Have you ever wondered how to live a life in the arts after college? What's Next
- a discussion of grad school, internships and careers with PC's Studio Art and Art History faculty took place on Wednesday November 19, 2014 in the Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery. Ceramics Holiday Pottery Sale
: The ceramics sale took place on Friday December 5th in the Fish Bowl at Slavin Center.