Tuesday, September 30, 2008
The planters in Gretchen Hooker’s Soft Planting System are made of technical fabrics that allow them to be easily disassembled or moved. The system permits city dwellers to grow their own food regardless of whether or not they have a yard.
The Soft Planting System is one of the RISD student projects featured in Partly Sunny@St. George's.
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Approximately 25% of all the energy a car uses over its lifetime is used in production. Danny Kim preserved the embodied energy in his Recycled Rover by rebuilding a worn out truck and machining its worn out parts for other uses. The low weight of the vehicle makes its bio-diesel engine that much more efficient.
The Recycled Rover is one of the RISD student projects that is featured at Partly Sunny @ St. George's.
Saturday, September 20, 2008
Last night was the Opening Reception for Partly Sunny, featuring selected work from RISD students curated with Respond|Design. The Show, at St. George's School in Middletown Rhode Island, will be up and opne to the public until Oct 25. The Gallery is open weekdays from 9:00 to 4:00.
Over the next few weeks we'll profile some of the student projects here on the blog.
Thanks to Lisa Hansel - Director of the Hunter Gallery, Pat Moss - Dean of Academic Affairs, and Bret Barker from RISD.
Dialog:Denver, the show of Dialog:City and Denver-based artists at the Robischon Gallery came down today.
I hadn't seem this review while we were in Colorado but the Denver Post described the show this way:
“The ambitious show, titled ‘Dialog:Denver,’ is the latest in a recent string of edgy, international-level offerings that have established a new high-water mark for the Robischon Gallery and significantly enhanced its standing locally and in the broader art world.”
The show was great fun. Thanks to Jim & Jennifer and all the folks at the Gallery for putting it on.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Monday, September 8, 2008
Come join us at St. George's School (click for directions) in Middletown RI. Partly Sunny will be on display at the Grosvenor Center for the Arts from September 15 through October 25th. In addition, the show includes design work of RISD students curated through the RISD student organization Respond|Design. The opening is Friday, September 19th.