Work by Landscape Architecture students helps seal the deal on a 250-acre land conservation project in Connecticut.
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A former NCAA basketball player, RaMell Ross MFA 14 PH is now capturing the quiet moments that offer a rare glimpse into the Alabama Black Belt.
Having earned her undergraduate degree at RISD, Project Open Door alumna Sara Pollard 13 IL/MAT 14 is now pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching and looking forward to becoming an art teacher.
Powerful street art projects, a living mini-garden – and a watchful robotic eyeball – are on display in All That Glitters Are Not LEDs, the Digital + Media show now at RISD’s Sol Koffler Graduate Student Gallery.
Fascinating material experiments conducted by Diana Wagner MID 14 have resulted in revolutionary surface treatment techniques and innovative robotic textile garments.
Powerful large-scale photographs by Laura McPhee MFA 86 PH take viewers back in time.
Wander, a tactile exhibition created by RISD’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURF), celebrated the magical attributes of one of the world’s most basic but mysterious organisms: marine plankton.
Dana Hamdan MA 13 presented digital projections of exotic animals designed to run across the walls of an austere human cage: the Middlesex County Jail in Cambridge, MA.
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.
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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