Jennifer Avery hangs her work


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New and recent work by renowned African-American sculptor Melvin Edwards, reflecting the artist's engagement with histories of race, labor, violence, and African Diaspora.

Gallery Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 11-4
Thursday 1-9
Friday 11-4
Saturday and Sunday 1-4


This exhibition is open to all currently enrolled Brown University students.
Two pieces allowed per student; any media, any size.
Must be ready for installation. Prizes will be awarded.

Submit artwork online for consideration, Nov. 13 - Jan. 28

Jurors this year are Kalia Brooks, Independent Curator based in New York City and Sophia Narrett ‘10, Contemporary Embroidery Painter.


The struggle to define what it means to be Mexican in an era of rapid change and instability profoundly
affected Mexican art in the twentieth century. The exhibition raises questions about who is allowed, capable,
or obligated to create culture. Who has the right to speak for Mexico?

Location: List Art Lobby


After Hours: Annual Staff Exhibition
Jan 24 - Feb 22, 2018
Mon - Fri, 9:00 am - 9:00 pm | Sat + Sun, 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Atrium Gallery, Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, 154 Angell Street, Providence, RI
Free and open to the public

"After Hours" is the 2017-18 edition of an annual exhibition highlighting the creative talents of staff members working in departments and programs throughout Brown University. Presented by the Brown Arts Initiative. For more information, please visit

Granoff Center

Brown University
154 Angell Street, Providence, RI

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Campus Box 1987
Providence, RI, 02912

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