Art History

López-Durán wins Motherwell Award for ‘Eugenics in the Garden’

With her 2018 book “Eugenics in the Garden: Transatlanctic Architecture and the Crafting of Modernity,” Fabiola López-Durán was the first scholar to link eugenics — the movement that sought the improvement or “whitening” of the human race — with architecture.

Jun 20, 2019
Visual and Dramatic Arts

Winningham celebrates 50 years of teaching at Rice — and 60 years of photographing it

Geoff Winningham ‘63 found his place at Rice University through photography: first, as an undergraduate who dusted off his adolescent interest in cameras to become the official photographer for the Campanile, and later as a photography professor who returned to his alma mater in 1969.

Jun 11, 2019
Moody Center for the Arts

Rice Magazine: New issue, new look

The new design includes a feature story that starts on the cover. The first is a look at Natasha Bowdoin’s “Sideways to the Sun” exhibit at the Moody Center for the Arts.

May 22, 2019
Moody Center for the Arts

Summer exhibitions stoke creativity at the Moody

Creativity at every stage of life underscores much of the programming this summer at the Moody Center for the Arts.

May 20, 2019
Architecture

Above and beyond

The normally animated halls of Anderson Hall fell silent this week during Spring 2019 final reviews, better known as Jury Week.

May 19, 2019
Moody Center for the Arts

5 staff members honored with RICE MILE Award

Alecia Harris, event and visitor services manager at the Moody Center for the Arts, was honored with the RICE MILE Award in April.

May 6, 2019
Moody Center for the Arts

Art is what you mecha-make it

Rice students turn mechatronics lessons into interactive art at Moody Center.

May 2, 2019
Moody Center for the Arts

Machine dazzles at the Moody

The flowers of Natasha Bowdoin’s “Sideways to the Sun” installation came to life April 27 at the Moody Center for the Arts with costumes designed, created and inhabited by New York-based artist Machine Dazzle.

Apr 29, 2019
Visual and Dramatic Arts

Home is where the art is

A usually vacant field next to Project Row Houses was filled with works of art April 20 as Rice Visual and Dramatic Arts students showed their work in a one-day exhibition that drew a lively crowd.

Apr 22, 2019
Visual and Dramatic Arts

Trash, but make it fashion

The Visual and Dramatic Arts department wrapped up its 56th Annual Student Exhibition with a fashion show in the courtyard of Sewall Hall.

Apr 19, 2019
Architecture

Rice Architecture announces Cannady Hall

Building named for lead donor, Professor William Cannady, will house new initiatives.

Apr 16, 2019
Public Art

New public art installation is ‘Pleased to meet’cha’

Nina Katchadourian’s playful piece outside Brochstein Pavilion activates a quiet grove with human-voiced bird calls.

Apr 10, 2019