The public will get to see a juried selection of the best work made by RISD’s up-and-coming apparel designers at Collection 2015.
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At Critical Design/Critical Futures, makers, writers, practitioners and educators exchanged ideas about the ways contemporary design influences forthcoming political, social and economic engagement.
RISD launches Slice of Life, an immersive study abroad program in Seoul, Korea.
Students work with the Raqs Media Collective to explore notions of narrative, counter-narrative and the power of marginalia.
Two visiting designers from Microsoft offer a workshop for students and alumni interested in designing for people with disabilities.
Students, faculty and visiting artists consider the link between digital interfaces and the imagination as part of RISD’s new tool ( ) series.
Poet and provocateur Kenneth Goldsmith 84 SC leads a cross-disciplinary discussion about questions of plagiarism and originality in art, design and higher ed.
Students in a Sculpture studio learn about the surprises of working with molten metal during a full-day “iron pour.”
Students in a cross-disciplinary studio make visceral works inspired by our largest – and perhaps most alluring – organ.
Landscape Architecture students work across disciplines to find sustainable solutions to problems associated with Rhode Island’s coastline.
Kirloskar Visiting Scholar Chitra Ganesh hosts a panel discussion on contemporary South Asian art in conjunction with an exhibition of her recent work.
Three siblings enrolled in the Brown/RISD Dual Degree Program pursue their academic passions while making time for music and high-adrenaline sports.
Newly appointed Dean of Liberal Arts Daniel Cavicchi is fascinated with the rich interplay between studio and scholarly learning.
Summer interns at the Nature Lab worked to visualize the effects of climate change on marine plankton.
Summer interns at the Nature Lab are making an animated educational program about the importance of marine plankton.
Students are positively exhilarated by the entire 2014 Solar Decathlon Europe experience.
For their final project in a studio sponsored by Cessna, students created an installation that transports viewers to a place where time and space seem to disappear.
Six faculty members win 2050 Fund grants to pursue exciting new initiatives this fall.
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