Professor Heather Leigh McPherson has a project at the RISD Museum:
Raid the Database 3 is a series of artist-curated digital exhibition projects inspired by the RISD Museum's historic exhibition Raid the Icebox 1 with Andy Warhol. Using the popular Myers-Briggs personality test, local artist Heather Leigh McPherson assigns sixteen objects a personality type, elaborating the connection between form and personality in a poetic, abstract voice.
Joseph Riccio’18 Art History major has been awarded a Providence College Summer Undergraduate Research Grant for his project on Early Presidential Iconography. This program provides funding for stipends and research supplies to help students conduct research and carry out creative projects on or off campus for up to 10 weeks during the summer under the guidance of a faculty member.
This semester Professor Eric Sung teaches Community Lens an interdisciplinary course at Providence College which has taken cues from its 2011 iteration and a 2012/2014 course, Visualizing Peace and Justice. This intersiciplinary course explores how photography can aid youth in telling their stories and resulting in greater social change. Additionally, it engages theories of community, civic engagement, and the arts as well as the bare-bones techniques of digital photography.Come see the culmination of their work at:"commYOUnity: Everyone's a Masterpiece" - in Partnership with CityArts and YouthRAP!When: April 27th Where: CityArts Time: 5:30-7:30 pm
Painting Professor Heather Leigh McPherson will exhibit her work at Grin Gallery in a solo show titled "Tip of the Nose" from March 18-April 15, 2017.Reception March 18, 6-9pmMarch 18 - April 15, 201760 Valley Street, Unit 3Providence, RI email@example.com. 401 272 0796Open Saturdays 12PM - 5PM, and by announcement, appointment, and chance.
The 8th annual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity will take place on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, in the Slavin Center. This event is a chance to showcase the excellent scholarly, creative, and service work that Providence College students are doing on campus, in the community, and indeed, around the world. The Celebration has grown each year, and features students from all class years and from many different departments and disciplines.