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  • Up Close in Cairo

    This summer Sameer Farooq MFA 14 GD witnessed the uprisings in Cairo, Egypt while working on a site-specific project inspired by the looting of the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities.

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  • All-Out Arts Immersion

    Thirty K–12 art teachers from Rhode Island and beyond got their hands dirty and their energy restored at RISD’s second annual Teachers’ Studio Institute.

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  • Mehretu’s Revolutions on Canvas

    Internationally known painter Julie Mehretu MFA 97 PT/PR is currently showing a new body of work inspired by global upheaval.

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  • New Grads Commence with Confidence

    On Saturday, June 1, 659 undergraduate and graduate students collected their hard-earned diplomas at RISD’s 2013 Commencement ceremony.

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  • Under the Arctic Ice

    Glass graduate Mara Streberger MFA 12 GL has been exploring Inuit culture as part of her Fulbright year abroad in Greenland and Denmark.

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  • RISD Races

    RISD Cycling – the school’s first and only varsity sports team – is competing in this weekend’s Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference event in Providence.

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  • MilanICFF 13

    Work by Furniture Design alumni is on view at the Milan Furniture Fair in April and the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in May.

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  • TC Colley series 13

    On April 2 faculty member Jesse Burke MFA 05 PH spoke about his work and influences as part of Photography’s T.C. Colley Lecture Series.

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  • Alumni Award 13

    The RISD Alumni Association will present its Art and Education Award to Tamara Kaplan MA/MAT 00 at RISD’s June 1 Commencement ceremony. 

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  • 'Jewel Thieves' Sparkles

    The 2013 Jewelry + Metalsmithing graduate biennial exhibition invites visitors to expand their own concept of adornment and what constitutes wearable art.

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A figure modeling class from 1916.