The Jean-Claude Reynal Foundation, under the auspices of the Fondation de France, in collaboration with the Fine Arts School of Bordeaux, offers an annual grant of 10,000 euros to enable a young artist, who works on paper, to travel to a country of his/her choice for a period of 3 months minimum and 6 months maximum.
The Royal School of Drawing in London is offering summer courses. With an emphasis on drawing from observation, students can to choose from courses in drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture, taught by a distinguished faculty of practicing artists from leading British institutions. From those majoring in creative arts subjects to the complete beginner, all levels are welcome and will benefit from this enriching program. The courses will be announced shortly at their website.
Come see what Drawing Concentration is all about and meet other Concentrators. We will be having an information session on April 11th at 5:30 in Waterman Building, room 41, followed by a reception for all Drawing Concentrators. Pizza will be served.
Hope to see you there!
RISD alumnus, Walton Ford (’82.) will be speaking in Metcalf Auditorium in the Chace Center on April 12, at 7:30 with a reception in the Chace Lobby preceding the talk at 6:30. Reserved tickets (free of charge) are available on Eventbrite:
Walton has had a distinguished international career as a painter and printmaker since the ’90s, and is currently exhibiting work in Berlin at the Hamburger Bahnhof. He is represented by Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York, Gagosian in Los Angeles, and Vito Schnabel in St. Moritz.
Walton’s work has broad appeal, exemplified by the wide support for this lecture from the RISD community: the Illustration, Printmaking and Painting departments and the divisions of Fine Arts and Experimental and Foundation Studies are co-sponsors.
Please join us for this lecture and reception and encourage your students to attend. If possible, all those interested should go to the Eventbrite site and register of tickets as soon as possible, so we can get a sense of audience numbers.