Rhode Island College
2018 3D Faculty Exhibition
August 30 - September 22, 2018
The Annual Faculty Exhibition offers an opportunity for the community to experience firsthand the inspirational and virtuoso talent that is in residence at Rhode Island College.
These faculty artists are integral to the current aesthetic and formal dialogue in their various approaches to art practice, including research-based and interdisciplinary methods that are the core of best practice models. RIC’s faculty exhibits widely they receive many prestigious awards, grants, and residencies. As a result, they encourage students by their example to think across boundaries. Collectively, these distinguished, award-winning artists bring a unique vision to the region’s cultural tapestry.
Represented are the worlds of the following 3D full-time and adjunct faculty: Craig Bachman, Joost During, William Martin, and Dianne Reilly.
About Bannister Gallery:
The Bannister Gallery was dedicated in November 1978 in honor of Edward Mitchell Bannister, a noted 19th-century African American artist. Bannister lived in Providence and was a founding member of the Providence Art Club.
Bannister Gallery is located in Roberts Hall and is accessible to persons with disabilities.
Free guided tours are available by appointment to groups of 10 or more. Call Victoria Gao, Gallery Director, at (401) 456- 8297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.