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  • Kate Blacklock, *Primary*, © Kate Blacklock. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    Kate Blacklock, Primary, © Kate Blacklock. Courtesy of the artist

  • Lisa Young, *Common Objects of Mystery*, © Lisa Young. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    Lisa Young, Common Objects of Mystery, © Lisa Young. Courtesy of the artist

  • Eva Sutton, *Birds of Paradise #3*, © Eva Sutton. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    Eva Sutton, Birds of Paradise #3, © Eva Sutton. Courtesy of the artist

  • Trent Burleson, *Allegoria Oscura*, ©Trent Burleson. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    Trent Burleson, Allegoria Oscura, ©Trent Burleson. Courtesy of the artist

  • Matthew Clowney, *33deg 28’10”x86deg 59’1’’*, © Matthew Clowney. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    Matthew Clowney, 33deg 28’10”x86deg 59’1’’, © Matthew Clowney. Courtesy of the artist

  • Duane Slick, *Multiplicity of Sunrises in Blue*, © Duane Slick. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    Duane Slick, Multiplicity of Sunrises in Blue, © Duane Slick. Courtesy of the artist

  • Joshua Enck,*Bota*, © Joshua Ench. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    Joshua Enck,Bota, © Joshua Ench. Courtesy of the artist

  • Kelly Murphy, *Fairbanks*, © Kelly Murphy. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    Kelly Murphy, Fairbanks, © Kelly Murphy. Courtesy of the artist

  • David Katz, *Disordered Direction*, © David Katz. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    David Katz, Disordered Direction, © David Katz. Courtesy of the artist

  • Ken Hori, *Choreostrata Tectum*, © Ken Hori. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    Ken Hori, Choreostrata Tectum, © Ken Hori. Courtesy of the artist

  • Daniel Heyman, *To Ride the Son (Dartmouth)*,© David Heyman. Courtesy of the artist

    RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

    Daniel Heyman, To Ride the Son (Dartmouth),© David Heyman. Courtesy of the artist

  • RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    RISD Campus Exhibitions

    February 20 –March 22, 2015

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  • RISD Faculty Biennial Exhibition

    The RISD Faculty Biennial, a longstanding tradition, highlights new work by the extraordinary artists and designers who teach at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). The 183 works on view by 185 faculty artists are as varied as the many departments and divisions in which the faculty teach—ranging from apparel, textiles, painting, printmaking, ceramics, glass, sculpture, illustration, photography, jewelry, and metalsmithing to graphic design, industrial design, architecture, landscape architecture, interior architecture, film, animation, digital media, furniture, and more.

    This year, the Museum offers an expanded opportunity for RISD faculty to share their works of art and design in the exhibition or present their research and expertise as teaching artists in an ongoing Faculty Forum series. In this new forum, faculty members offer discussions, readings, papers, and performances—creating an exciting platform for public engagement.

    Support for the RISD Museum provided in part by a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA), through an appropriation by the Rhode Island General Assembly, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and private funders.