Category Archives: Education
The artist Tony Orrico will present a performance and discuss artistic production in relation to the body and time.
About the Artist:
Orrico earned his MFA in choreography at University of Iowa in 2003. He has been presented and exhibited in the US, France, Germany, Mexico, the Netherlands and Spain. His visual work is in collection at The National Academy of Sciences (Washington DC) and Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) in Mexico City. He has recently been presented at New Museum (NYC) and Poptech 2011: The World Rebalancing.
Also a former member of Trisha Brown Dance Company and Shen Wei Dance Arts, Orrico has graced such stages as the Sydney Opera House, Teatro La Fenice, New York State Theater, and Théâtre du Palais-Royal. He was also one of a select group of artists to re-perform the work of Marina Abramovic during her retrospective at MoMA.
*image: Tony Orrico, project, recoil | Photo by Bart Dykstra
Jill Magid: Artist Talk and Image Presentation
Wednesday, March 7, 7 PM
Sabine Hall Rm 118, Richland College
In conjunction with the 21st Annual Richland College Computer Arts Festival Richland will host JILL MAGID, nationally renowned conceptual artist to engage with students and the community, sharing insight into her art practice. Her artist talk will take place directly after the reception for Incidental Transformations in the Brazos Gallery.
Magid is known for taking institutional structures and language as her media, developing a largely performance-based practice in which she seeks to engage institutions of power on a personal, intimate level. Intrigued by hidden information and it’s relation to the public existence, her videos and installations have been exhibited in the Whitney Biennial 2010, the Tate Modern, and she is currently participating in Failed States at the AMOA-Arthouse, Austin.
Magid will also be speaking at the Fort Worth Modern Art Museum on Tuesday, March 6th and researching a commission piece for te D/FW area.
Magid received her Master of Science in Visual Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge and her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Magid was an artist-in-residence at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam from 2000-2. She has received various awards including the Basis Stipendium from Fonds Voor Beeldende Kunsten in the Netherlands in 2006 and the Netherland-American Foundation Fellowship Fulbright Grant from 2001-2002. Magid has had solo exhibitions at various institutions around the world including Tate Modern, London; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Berkeley Museum of Art, California; Tate Liverpool; the Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam; Yvon Lambert, Paris and New York; Gagosian Gallery, New York; Sparwasser, Berlin; The Centre D’Arte Santa Monica, Barcelona, and Stroom, Netherlands. Magid is the author of three novellas, and is currently working on her fourth. Jill Magid lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Presented by Richland College Multimedia Learning Center and Richland College Organization for Student Life.
Review of lecture by Colette Copeland: GLASSTIRE.COM
interview with Jill Magid on We Make Money Not Art
Artist lecture and technical study in the Brazos Gallery
Jan 31, 2012
Gabriel Dawe and his assistant Sandi Edgar visited Richland and worked on test piece for Gabriel’s upcoming exhibit in California. While here Gabriel spoke with 60 students about his process and evolution as an artist.
Richland College will be participating in the Texas Biennial for 2011. This year the curator, Virginia Rutledge, has asked several arts organizations and institutions to encourage Texas arts during the Spring art events. This movement to emphasize the arts throughout the state is a great gesture in which we are happy to be included.
We have invited Dallas artist Ricardo Paniagua, a participant in the TX Biennial 2011, to speak at Richland college on Friday, April 8 from 12-1 PM. Mr. Paniagua will be this year’s juror for the “Annual Student Art Exhibition” held in the Brazos Gallery from March 31- April 17, 2011.
Richie Budd Featuring Personal Victories
Richland College, Brazos Gallery
Sep 2-Sep 25, 2010
Opening: Friday, Sep 3rd from 7-9 p.m.
CLOSING/ ARTIST TALK: Friday, September 24th, 12-1 PM, in the BRAZOS Gallery
ONE NIGHT ONLY !! Opening Performance Event… Friday, Sep. 3rd from 7-9 p.m.
Richland College (of the DCCCD) is proud to showcase the Personal Victories and Richie Budd as they present their third collaboration: Richie Budd Featuring Personal Victories. A multimedia and multi-sensory opening promises to penetrate its needle like phalanges deep into the subconscious of all attendees. A network of neurological pathways will be installed for memories of the event to surface far into the future. The one-night-only opening performance is scheduled for 7- 9 p.m. on Friday September 3, 2010. Components of the performance and selected works will be on display for the duration of the exhibition. (Saturday, September 25th will be the final day of the exhibition as the gallery will remain open from 1-4 p.m. for DADA’s Spring Gallery Night.)
As part of our continuing efforts to aid in education and outreach we have begun to add art tutorials to the gallery website. We hope these brief examples will be helpful and reflect the quality of education found at Richland College’s Art Department.
Litho print on Clay. Jen Rose demonstrates how to print a draing onto a clay surface using a xerox print, gum arabic, linseed oil, and ceramic ink.
As part of our continuing efforts to aid in education and outreach we have begun to add art tutorials. We hope these brief examples will be helpful and reflect the quality of education found at Richland College’s Art Department.
Jen Rose, our illustrious clay prof, has provided several demos for using the wheel to create ceramics peices.
For more information on ceramics or courses please contact Jen Rose at 972-238-6837 or e-mail email@example.com
(If you are experiencing problems, please contact Ryder at firstname.lastname@example.org.)