Now that Natalia Almada MFA 01 PH has won a coveted MacArthur award, the documentary filmmaker is excited to be able to pursue her work without the distraction of constant fundraising.
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Graduate students are envisioning fantastical ways to reinvent the Brooklyn Navy Yard, a 300-acre site that was once America's leading naval shipyard.
Dick Jones, a new exhibition featuring the RISD library’s latest acquisition to its Archive of Graphic Design and Illustration, celebrates America’s golden age of advertising.
Students enrolled in an experimental graduate studies course ponder how they will sustain their creative practices – and what those choices mean for the larger artistic community.
Students in a
spring Sculpture studio taught by Professor Ellen Driscoll are creating
public art for Kennedy Plaza as part of a major initiative funded by the NEA.
On Saturday, June 2, thousands of family members and friends celebrated a major rite of passage for 645 graduates who
collected their hard-earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from RISD.
Alumnus Spencer Finch’s
alluring installation and exhibition at the RISD Museum
continues to get rave reviews from both critics and the public.
Architecture graduate students design and install handcrafted furniture to help
families living at a shelter in Woonsocket, RI.
As a graduate program guest critic in Glass and Furniture Design, Pierre-Alexis Dumas, chief creative officer at Hermès, was impressed with the experimentation, craftsmanship and passion RISD students pour into their work.
Inspired by computers, math and the complexity of contemporary life, Anne Morgan
Spalter MFA 92 PT presents a new body of work in her first New York solo show, called Traffic Circle.
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