Hello Bruin Club Blog readers! My name’s Allison García and I’m a second-year/second time Snapshots at Brown blogger. This is where you’ll find my (sometimes) sneaky and savagely HQ pics of Brown and the Providence area.
One of the most popular introduction courses at Brown is VISA 100- Studio Foundation. It’s the gateway to other art classes not only here at Brown, but also at the Rhode Island School of Design, our neighbor down the hill! This week in VISA, we were told to walk around campus and find beauty in our very own University, through its various architectural styles.Luckily, it was a sunny autumn day in Providence and the lighting was perfect for these snapshots.
My favorites are of Rhode Island Hall (peek the gate at the bottom #goclassof1861) and the Granoff Center, one of the newest building on Brown’s campus (also pretty state of the art. Pun low-key intended seeing as it is one of the Creative Arts buildings).
Until the next adventure!
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