The addition of the Granoff Center helped Brown make Architectural Digest's list of 10 College Campuses with the Best Architecture.
Friends and neighbors turned out for a screening of Where the Wild Things Are at the Granoff Center's outdoor amphitheater on Wednesday evening. This is just the first of what we hope are many screenigs into the fall.
The Granoff Center's opening seemster was a great success! We had 11 courses and GISPs, 5 exhibits in the Cohen Gallery, 2 artists-in-residence, and countless other events and installations. For a sample of some of the great student work that came from some of our classes, check out our Vimeo page.
Earlier this month, the Granoff Center hosted the launch of MainGreen.tv, a website that highlights student art and artists. Check it out for news about upcoming events, recaps, and artist spotlights.
Berkshire Fine Arts reviews the Granoff Center.
On Monday, March 7th, Pierre-Alexis Dumas '91, Chief Creative Officer of Hermès delivered a lecture entitled: A Journey on Silk from Art to Craft. A standing room only crown listened to Dumas discuss the constant tension of design challenging craft that helps us to develop skill and knowledge. The lecture, one in a series born in 2008, was born out of the desire to challenge tradition and bridge fine and contemporary art together with silk-printing craft.
Did you miss the talk? Watch it here.
At its March 1 symposium, the New York Chapter of the AIA announced its 2011 Design Awards. The Granoff Center won an Architecture Merit Award. Diller Scofidio + Renfro also won an Honor Award for thier Hypar Pavillion Lawn and Restaurant at Lincoln Center.
The Creative Arts Council is now accepting proposals for courses to be taught in the Granoff Center during the Fall 2011 semester. To request an application, email Chira.