Central Falls Museum Project

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The last Friday, there was an opening ceremony ‘Central Falls Museum Project’. Emily, second year MDes student, programmed and designed a community-oriented art museum that will be open for one week as her thesis project.

She found the place for the event behind Adams Memorial Library and raised $2,600 in a Kickstarter campaign for the project. She also designed the wood platform for exhibition panels with Dr. Shrink plastic that also can be used as a great lighting box.

 

In the opening, many of local people, artists and students came out and had a great time enjoying the performance, food, music and so on. Amazing group of artists are going to be showing until May 11. The address is Adams Memorial Library, 205 Central St., Central Falls.

 

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Exhibition ‘Body: talk’ IntAR student work

MDes student Sui Park shows her work in ‘Body:talk’ exhibition at Gelman gallery(Chace Center, 2nd floor, 20 North Main Street).

As the exhibition explores the concept and the idea of the body as human expression, her work also allows people to be exposed from inside and outside through a transparent fabricated shell. She applied a basketry technique of flexibility and rigid framework. The show will continue until April 28. Check this out!

 

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Ceramics in Interior Architecture

 Six of Interior architecture students and six of ceramic student have been collaborate in an advanced studio. The studio eventually will install a permanent intervention in the Ceramics office in the Metcalf Building, RISD. Students are having great opportunity to share their expertise and explore each other.

 

Through the last four weeks, students paired up with each other and have been working on the arch structural type of design. Also, they are developing their design scheme based on the observation to the site that would be applied in the office. While they came up with the idea, Interior Architecture students had chance to engage in hand-on experience with clay and Ceramic students were exposed to conventional architecture drawings and model by hands and the computer.ImageImageImage