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Today I will be dropping off more product at Luniac Glamour. If you find yourself in the area (37 Main Street, East Greenwich, RI) stop by and check it out! They will be fitted with my brand new tags. Some items are already available online as well.

I will be spending the rest of the day working on my newest project, the first prototype should be finished tonight. I’ll try to have pictures up as soon as possible!

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I am pleased to announce that I will once again be participating in the StyleWeek SEED accessory design competition in late August.At the event I plan to debut the first pieces in a new body of work that has been floating around my brain for the past few years..I will post any information and updates on the event as they come so stay tuned!

I am pleased to announce that I will once again be participating in the StyleWeek SEED accessory design competition in late August.
At the event I plan to debut the first pieces in a new body of work that has been floating around my brain for the past few years..
I will post any information and updates on the event as they come so stay tuned!

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Good news everyone! 

I & the lovely Lynn Wirth will be selling jewelry and other items at Providence Flea’s Opening Day!

Please join us at 345 South Water Street in Providence on Sunday, June 1st from 10-4pm. You can check out our booth, visit other vendors, listen to music, & eat awesome food. We’ll also be handing out coupons for future purchases!

For more info, visit the event page.

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CONVERGENCE BEGINS TOMORROW!!!!
You can still register at the door! Fee info is available on our website: http://ricsymposium.com/reg.php
Convergence will begin both mornings at 8:00AM with Good Morning Coffee Hour!Free coffee and breakfast pastries will be available for our early bird attendeesAfter coffee hour the talks, lectures, presentations, etc will commence until about noon when there will be free lunch!Vegetarian and vegan options are available by selecting them on your registration form - the sooner you get those in the better we can guarantee your lunch options. During the afternoons there will be more guest talks as well as demonstrations, Q&A panels, and more!We will break both days to give people a chance to meet each other or just relax for a while.On the evening of November 2nd there will be an Exhibit of Student Works on the east side of campus in the beautiful School of Social Work. They have generously volunteered their space for us to share a little bit of what students are capable of! There will be refreshments, good art, and great company so please come join us and support your fellow art students! If you’re worried about staying up too late have no fear! November 2nd into November 3rd is Daylight Savings Time! You’ll get an extra hour to sleep (or party!) and get ready for day two of Convergence.Feel free to contact us with any questions you have at ricsymposium@gmail.com 

CONVERGENCE BEGINS TOMORROW!!!!

You can still register at the door! Fee info is available on our website: http://ricsymposium.com/reg.php

Convergence will begin both mornings at 8:00AM with Good Morning Coffee Hour!
Free coffee and breakfast pastries will be available for our early bird attendees

After coffee hour the talks, lectures, presentations, etc will commence until about noon when there will be free lunch!
Vegetarian and vegan options are available by selecting them on your registration form - the sooner you get those in the better we can guarantee your lunch options. 

During the afternoons there will be more guest talks as well as demonstrations, Q&A panels, and more!
We will break both days to give people a chance to meet each other or just relax for a while.

On the evening of November 2nd there will be an Exhibit of Student Works on the east side of campus in the beautiful School of Social Work. They have generously volunteered their space for us to share a little bit of what students are capable of! There will be refreshments, good art, and great company so please come join us and support your fellow art students! 

If you’re worried about staying up too late have no fear! November 2nd into November 3rd is Daylight Savings Time! You’ll get an extra hour to sleep (or party!) and get ready for day two of Convergence.

Feel free to contact us with any questions you have at ricsymposium@gmail.com 

(Source: timeconsumer, via alishalowmetal)

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StyleWeek Providence Showcases the Work of RIC Jewelry Students and Alumni

Rhode Island College art students and alumni displayed their offbeat jewelry during StyleWeek at the Providence Biltmore.
Established in 2009, StyleWeek introduces emerging artists to buyers and the media. This year the organizers partnered with RIC’s jewelry and metals program to create an exclusive exhibit of work by RIC students and alumni.
Participating students were Lynn Cacchiotti ’11, Lauren Cummings ’12, Jennifer Degangne, Julian De La Garza ’13, Vee Hight, Cynthia Lech ’10, Gabrielle Lopez, Alisha Low ’13, Avery Lucas ’09, Jennifer Roderick, Danielle Straub and Cuong Sy ’13. Also in attendance to support the students were RIC President Nancy Carriuolo; Ronald Pitt, vice president for academic affairs; William Martin, chair and professor of the art department; and Dianne Reilly, professor of art.
The student work ranged from small intricate pieces to large wearable sculptural art. “I was proud that StyleWeek, which has attracted so much attention to Providence, featured jewelry produced by RIC’s current students and recent alums,” said Carriuolo. “The jewelry is finely wrought and clever, right down to unusual clasps.”
Following the exhibit, StyleWeek models displayed RIC’s accessories before a panel of judges from the fashion industry. “When the models walked into the room, I was proud to see that the work of our students was innovative, well-designed and well-made,” said art professor Dianne Reilly. “It showed, once again, the high quality of student work that comes out of RIC’s art department.”   
The winner of the competition was Gabrielle Lopez, a senior honors student. Her winning piece, “Novi,” was a ring made of sterling silver, brass, drafting film and pigment. “It was a crank-operated windmill, both playful and beautifully crafted,” said department chair William Martin. With her win, Lopez will have the opportunity to hold her own solo show during the next StyleWeek.
Along with an outlet to showcase their art, StyleWeek provided students with a valuable preview of the professional fashion world, said Reilly. “It instilled in our students a sense of accomplishment and pride. Experiences like this can inspire a lifetime of work.”

http://www.ric.edu/news/details.php?News_ID=2299

StyleWeek Providence Showcases the Work of RIC Jewelry Students and Alumni

Rhode Island College art students and alumni displayed their offbeat jewelry during StyleWeek at the Providence Biltmore.

Established in 2009, StyleWeek introduces emerging artists to buyers and the media. This year the organizers partnered with RIC’s jewelry and metals program to create an exclusive exhibit of work by RIC students and alumni.

Participating students were Lynn Cacchiotti ’11, Lauren Cummings ’12, Jennifer Degangne, Julian De La Garza ’13, Vee Hight, Cynthia Lech ’10, Gabrielle Lopez, Alisha Low ’13, Avery Lucas ’09, Jennifer Roderick, Danielle Straub and Cuong Sy ’13. Also in attendance to support the students were RIC President Nancy Carriuolo; Ronald Pitt, vice president for academic affairs; William Martin, chair and professor of the art department; and Dianne Reilly, professor of art.

The student work ranged from small intricate pieces to large wearable sculptural art. “I was proud that StyleWeek, which has attracted so much attention to Providence, featured jewelry produced by RIC’s current students and recent alums,” said Carriuolo. “The jewelry is finely wrought and clever, right down to unusual clasps.”

Following the exhibit, StyleWeek models displayed RIC’s accessories before a panel of judges from the fashion industry. “When the models walked into the room, I was proud to see that the work of our students was innovative, well-designed and well-made,” said art professor Dianne Reilly. “It showed, once again, the high quality of student work that comes out of RIC’s art department.”   

The winner of the competition was Gabrielle Lopez, a senior honors student. Her winning piece, “Novi,” was a ring made of sterling silver, brass, drafting film and pigment. “It was a crank-operated windmill, both playful and beautifully crafted,” said department chair William Martin. With her win, Lopez will have the opportunity to hold her own solo show during the next StyleWeek.

Along with an outlet to showcase their art, StyleWeek provided students with a valuable preview of the professional fashion world, said Reilly. “It instilled in our students a sense of accomplishment and pride. Experiences like this can inspire a lifetime of work.”

http://www.ric.edu/news/details.php?News_ID=2299

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