Rice Unconventional Wisdom

Visual and Dramatic Arts - title
 

News

Lydia Smith Sukkah ProjectRice Visual Arts alumni Lydia Smith and Judy Deng install work in Washington University, St. Louis, "Sukkah City STL 2014: Between Absence and Presence," project, hosted by the St. Louis Hillel and the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. More >>
Mavis Pitman Exhibition Fellowship Call 2014The Department of Visual and Dramatic Arts is seeking applications for the 2015 Mavis C. Pitman Exhibition Fellowship.   The Pitman Endowment awards three cash fellowships each year to visual arts, studio track majors. The fellowships support the creation of an original body of work to be exhibited in the Department of Visual & Dramatic Arts gallery in the Rice Media Center during the spring semester. More>>
Cargo Space Comes to Inova'Cargo Space' Comes to INOVA. Works by contemporary Milwaukee, Chicago artists, review by Kat Murrell, Milwaukee Shepherd Express, Visual Art Review, September 2014.  More>>
Welcome Cargo  Space MilwaukeeCargo Space, Visual Arts, Milwaukee Shepherd Express, ExpressMilwaukee.com, Wednesday, August 27, 2014. More>>
Cargo Space September 2014 ArticleRice's New Mobile Gallery to Tour Country, The Rice Thresher, September 10, 2014, Arts and Entertainment. More>>
More News »
 

Faculty News

Broker Damn Girls UT TylerProfessor Karin Broker opens Damn Girls exhibition at University of Texas, Tyler October 27-December 5.  More about Damn Girls work >>
Allison Hunter: Transported and Renewed ExhibitA rendering of Allison Hunter's video projection "Inter/action" for the Buffalo Bayou Silos, one of many "Transported & Renewed" events commissioned by the Houston Arts Alliance through an Our Town grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.  More>>
Cargo Space at Heuser Art GalleryAssistant Professor Christopher Sperandio's Cargo Space project is currently the subject of an exhibition at the Heuser Art Gallery at Bradley University, on view through November 6. More>>
Carlos Hernandez Print InvasionVADA Lecturer Carlos Hernandez's work has been selected to be included in the Artist Printmaker Research Collection at the Museum of Texas Tech University, Art Division.  More >> 
More Faculty News »