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Maureen C. O’Brien, curator of paintings and sculpture, explains the historical misattribution of a portrait by John Singleton Copley.
Liz Glass, Getty OSCI Fellow at the Walker Art Center, gives her take on the sounds of What Nerve!
Published by RISD Museum of Art/D.A.P.
Edited and with text by Dan Nadel. Text by Robert Cozzolino, Dominic Molon, Roger Brown, John Smith, Naomi Fry, Michael Rooks, Nicole Rudick, Judith Tannenbaum
RISD student Joanna Cortez shares how the RISD Museum served the Providence community during World War II. Joanna participated in the Museum’s Andrew W. Mellon Summer Internship Program this summer.
Graphic design students and professionals offer their visions of “Graphic Design Next.”
The Andrew W. Mellon Summer Internship Program provides an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to work on significant projects at the RISD Museum. The goal of the program is to provide an overview of museum functions as well as in-depth experience in conservation, curatorial, education, marketing, or publication departments. Several interns have shared their reflections on the experience.
In this series, RISD Museum curator Dominic Molon considers the importance and setting of the studio, and calls on Rhode Island artists.
Painting student Davis Lloyd recollects stumbling across an unlikely source of inspiration, and connection between ancient art and contemporary painting.