Edward Steffanni, MFA Printmaking 2021, in his Visual Mixtapes class is providing Project Open Door teens with a great opportunity on Wednesday afternoons during Spring semester to create work developed from imagery co-opted from visual culture. Visual Mixtapes Class Throughout the history of art, artists have borrowed and copied from each other and their surroundings. From the practice of copying master paintings to Andy Warhol to Rauschenberg’s readymade paintings, the cl
In a talk designed particularly for TLAD Grad Students, Alumni and Clinical Educators on Thursday, April 9th titled Artist-Researcher-Teacher: Working With/In Communities as Holistic Practice, Dr. Pamela Harris Lawton, Associate Professor of Art Education at Virginia Commonwealth University discusses the opportunities and challenges in higher education to maintaining a role and identity as artist, scholar, and professor. In Fall 2020, Dr. Lawton joins the Maryland Institute
Kirsten McNally, MAT 2011, has just shared with us that she was recently hired as the Manager of Integration Programs at the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum. Since graduating from RISD, Kirsten has worked in both schools and museum settings and hopes to create and sustain bridges between the two.
Congratulations to Kameko Branchaud MA' 14 who is trading museum-based work to join the City of Austin, Texas as a Cultural Funding Specialist. Kameko will be working on a small team within the City's Division of Economic Development that manages 500+ arts contracts per year. The City as a whole is also working on developing and implementing better inclusion and access processes, and Kameko is looking forward to be a part of that important work. So, while she agrees her new r