When AIGA’s CEO Ric Grefé visited RISD this spring, he provided invaluable feedback on designing for political advocacy and public service communications.
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As part of SmART Schools, a research-based K–12 reform initiative, Industrial Design faculty member Amy Leidtke is leading two mini-institutes this spring to help Rhode Island math and science teachers incorporate art and design into their lesson plans.
After working on dozens of blockbuster films, jewelry designer Dana Schneider 82 SC
felt like she won the lottery when asked to create the iconic mockingjay pin for The
In a recent panel discussion on Color Effects, artist Spencer Finch MFA 89 SC spoke with a
biologist and photographer about the nature of color and its ramifications in
the fields of art and science.
The multipurpose egg crackers
Foundation students created last fall show how aesthetics and engineering naturally
come together at RISD.
In his March 14 talk on Screen Fluency, Kevin Kelly will discuss the
importance of visual and multimedia literacy in a digital world.
Three recent RISD Architecture graduates help
Memorial Sloan-Kettering envision potential solutions to more supportive
Known for its interdisciplinary collaborations, international textile leader Maharam is sponsoring a new fellowship opportunity for RISD students to intern with governmental and nonprofit agencies.
Students are showing a huge
interest in RISD’s growing science curriculum, which allows them to explore the
many ways art, design and science inform and enhance each other.
RISD is the only art and
design school in the US to be engaged with the National Science Foundation’s Experimental
Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR).
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