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JANE SOUTH exhibition review

JANE SOUTH exhibition review

Jane South featured in review of "Fractured" at the Helen Day Art Center, VT

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DEAN SNYDER in Sculpture Magazine article by Jenn Joy

DEAN SNYDER in Sculpture Magazine article by Jenn Joy

Dean Snyder featured in Nov 2015 issue of Sculpture Magazine written by Sculpture Dept. PT Faculty Jenn Joy


JENNIFER JOY receives teaching award

JENNIFER JOY receives teaching award

SCULPTURE DEPARTMENT FACULTY MEMBER JENNIFER JOY HAS BEEN AWARDED THE 2015 JOHN R. FRASIER AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING 

 

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JENN JOY opens project space

JENN JOY opens project space

COLLECTIVE ADDRESS

Jenn Joy and Kelly Kivland have just opened COLLECTIVE ADDRESS,  a new performance / dance project space and artists' residency in Brooklyn,NY

 

Inventing new constellations for choreographic practice, collective address works with an expanded concept of performance across media and context. Founded by Jenn Joy and Kelly Kivland, collective address is a studio for conversation, experimentation, research, and writing. Alongside a program of projjkkts curated by Joy and Kivland, collective address hosts a working residency for three invited artists and collaborates with each artist to develop … Continue reading.


JENN JOY book publication

JENN JOY book publication

Jenn Joy launched her new book "The Choreographic" at ABRONS ARTS CENTER, PLAYHOUSE 466 Grand Street,  Saturday January 17, 1:00pm:  published by MIT Press

Why Choreography Now? celebrates the launch of The Choreographic by Jenn Joy. Please join us for a reading, conversation with the Hilary Clark, DD Dorvillier, Miguel Gutierrez, Heather Kravas, remarks by Kelly Kivland, projections by James Foster, a surprise performance and a toast to all the artists!

Written in intimate conversation with experimental works in contemporary dance, visual art, and theory, The Choreographic considers … Continue reading.


GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIP, awarded to Dean Snyder

GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIP

Dean Snyder professor and department head for sculpture at R.I.S.D. has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for 2013.
Snyder’s sculpture has been characterized as uncanny “graphical” organicism experienced through seamless assemblies of highly considered forming, molding and lamination. Drawing plays a large role in Snyder’s studio and for many years he has been workshopping a sort of  bioconvergence of his graphic images into objects and sculpture.