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Kara Flanagan (Studio Art, '14) show titled Plainville was on exhibit in the Reilly Gallery from April 7-April 12. The opening was held on Friday April 11, 5:00-7:00 pm.



Grant Bay (Studio Art, '14) show titled Head First was on exhibit in the Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery from April 7-April 12. The opening was held on Friday April 11, 6:00-8:00 pm.


Olivia Meyers (Studio Art, '14) show titled Skeptical Magnetism was on exhibit in the Reilly Gallery from March 31-April 4. The opening will be held on Thursday April 3, 5:00-7:00 pm.






Katherine Kaiser 's (Studio Art, '14) show titled Kinetic Meditation was on exhibit in the Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery from March 31-April 4. The opening was held on Monday March 31, 5:00-7:00 pm.





Eileen Donovan's (Art History, '14) thesis on Goya’s print, Ruega por Ella (She Prays for Her), was accepted for the Visual Culture Symposium at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts on April 12, 2014. Congrats, Eileen!



Student Travels the World With Camera   


David O‘Connor ’14 accompanied Professor of Photography, Eric Sung on a service-learning trip to Ecuador in spring 2011. Dave along with other students participated in the Visualizing Peace and Justice course in Ecuador. Dave's interest in photography around the globe continues. Click here for more information: PC News



Students Work on Ceramic Tile Project

Ceramics Professor, Kim Wimprine assists her students in a tile project. The students were asked to each make a ceramic tile and decorate it. The process involves rolling out a large amount of clay and cutting them in precise, even squares. After all the tiles are made and fired in the kiln, the students will hang them above a doorway within the ceramics building for decoration. 

Japanese Animation Club and Science Fiction Club Co-Sponsor Costume Contest


Japanese Animation Club president, Kristen Kern (Studio Art major, Art History minor) cooperated with Alanna Smith, Science Fiction Club president, for the annual co-sponsored Costume Contest.  First, second and third place winners received Newbury Comics gift cards for showing off their Halloween costumes.  This was the 6th annual Anime/SciFi Costume Contest, with the most participants ever entered.


Studio Art and Art History Students Receive Internships



Studio Art Major Rachele Romano '15 and Art History Major Maggie North '14 have received a wonderful internship with the Bert Gallery in Providence. Maggie will participate in the Spring internship session and Rachele will intern during the summer. Cathy Bert, owner and director of Bert Gallery is actively involved in the Providence College community and has provided opportunities like this for previous students.


Student Assists in Event 


Art History major, Maria Haidinger recently assisted a "Glow" event in California. Her boss launched her business, Greenwich Harbor Arts and Maria started working with her last winter. Maria designed and created promotional newsletters and advertisements for the event. She also established a business website and lists her unsold artwork online. The event titled, "Glow" was comprised of thirteen different artists and was held on a beach in Santa Monica, California.

Senior Art History Thesis Presentations 

Senior Art History Majors delivered their Thesis Topic Presentations on October 10th in Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery. Each student made presentations about specific works of art or architecture or presented a thesis around a specific artist.


New Student Space  


 Senior Studio majors are currently working in a new space in Art Service Building. This 1000 square foot studio allows the seniors to work in their own environment as they prepare for their senior showcase exhibits this spring.


Art Major Selected for College Leadership Program 


Studio art major Kara Flanagan '14 was selected for the 2013 College Leadership Rhode Island (CLRI) program. CLRI provides students insight into the inner workings of Rhode Island’s non-profit, for-profit, and government sectors. Modeled after Leadership Rhode Island’s (LRI) Core Program for business and community leaders, CLRI supports students in their transition from college to the workforce.

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