On Dec. 4, Four undergraduates active in the Arts Department music program performed at the Beechwood/Eddy Senior Living Community in Troy.
RPI Alumni, Uyen Uong was selected as a finalist for the 15 Minutes Max Student Film Festival. Her animation film and final thesis piece "Pig or Pork" and received an Honorable mention award.
Art, Virtual Reality, and Science will meet their human players on October 5th at The World of Plankton, a unique touch-pool installation that enlightens children and adults about the role of plankton in freshwater ecology.
EARTS faculty Jefferson Kielwagen awarded in IsraelRead More
Fall 2018 details for Rensselaer Orchestra, Chamber Ensemble and Concert Choir, directed by Nicholas DemaisonRead More
RPI students' projects featured in expo organized by State Sen. Martin GoldenRead More
Kasalina Maliamu Nabakooza ’18, an MFA student in electronic arts, has been invited to present a talk on her thesis Buganda Art: Kakooza & Nabakooza at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda, this month. She also will be screening her hand-drawn animation Kakooza to the university’s Fine Arts Department.Read More
Opening reception 1:00 pm at Collar Works in Hudson Arthaus, 621 River Street, TroyRead More
Ben Caulkins, Sam Suite recoginized for their work on IO InterloperRead More
Site names best programs leading to employment in videogame industryRead More
Irons is interviewed about her ongoing Invasive Pigments project, and discusses the project's connections to (and tensions with) the fields of urban ecology, invasion biology and conservation.Read More
The School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences is seeking candidates for several Faculty positions. Candidates must possess an appropriate terminal degree (e.g., PhD, DMA, MFA, or foreign equivalent) by the start of the appointment. The positions will remain open until filled.Read More
December 12, 2018 12:00 PM
West Hall 113
Brew will present and discuss a breadth of works, ranging from her experimental documentary work, public television productions, international curation, and her own recent Fulbright supported research in Peru.