Category Archives for Pedegogy

The Sky at Moriarty: A collaborative project with Image in Context students at the Lesley University College of Art and Design. By Aaron Krach and Lisa Young

Available on Blurb! The Moriarty Library at the Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD) is sited in a former church. The church has stained glass windows that filter light from the heavens. Through the panes of leaded glass … Continue reading

05. December 2016 by Lisa Young
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Visiting Critic at Wayne State University

Just back from a wonderful visit to Wayne State University. I gave a lecture on my research and practice, toured Detroit, met many wonderful students and faculty in the Art Department, and attended grad critiques. I was thrilled with the … Continue reading

23. November 2014 by Lisa Young
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RISD Roundtable: The Capture: What are We Capturing and How?

I’m happy to be participating in a roundtable discussion titled The Capture: What is being Captured and How?. This public program accompanies Document. Document. Document., an exhibition of RISD MFA thesis work. The selection of thesis work on display poses a … Continue reading

14. September 2014 by Lisa Young
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NEW COURSE FOR RISD: From Instamatic to Instagram: Photographic Practices in a Digital Age

I’m collecting readings/thoughts/examples of artists’ work for a new course that examines shifts between analog and screen based photographic culture. Lately I’ve been looking at Penelope Umbrico, Dina Kelberman, and Oliver Wasow as practitioners. I love their work and am … Continue reading

13. August 2014 by Lisa Young
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The mysterious bravery of my friend Scott Lapham

When I read the below facebook post by Scott Lapham this morning my heart was filled with joy. Scott is one of the first friends I made in Providence, and I have followed his work, both as an artist, and … Continue reading

21. April 2013 by Lisa Young
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Red Eye Curatorial Class at RISD mounts first exhibition: Studio Lab

I’m teaching a new class this semester on curatorial practice called the Red Eye Gallery Class, and our first exhibition is titled Studio Lab. The Class: The Red Eye Gallery Class is an interdisciplinary course that balances the logistics of … Continue reading

09. December 2012 by Lisa Young
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Work featured on the RISD Teaching and Learning in Art and Design website

I am honored to have examples of my entrance and exit tickets for my Issues and Images II class featured on the RISD TLAD website. visit the site here.

04. May 2012 by Lisa Young
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RISD Teaching and Learning in Art and Design Certificate

I just came from a lovely lunch with Paul Sproll, Nancy Friese, and John Chamberlin where this year’s faculty RISD Teaching Advancement Program participants were feted and given certificates. RISD Teaching Advancement Program: An intensive yearlong program in reflective collegiate … Continue reading

04. May 2012 by Lisa Young
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