Graduates urged to learn by making and by doing to thrive amidst chaos. View photo slideshows and watch video of keynote and student speakers.
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RISD’s future trendsetters unveil their signature creations in a fast-paced runway show of one-of-a-kind designs.
first RISD student to win the highly coveted Gensler Diversity Scholarship, Nathalie Jolivert BArch 12 hopes to gain valuable architectural experience to bring home to Haiti after graduation.
RISD President John Maeda was among the three 2010 AIGA Medalists honored at a celebration in New York on April 7, 2011.
A RISD Wintersession class brought together students and
policymakers to explore how art and design can communicate public policy around
healthcare reform. For example, this bus stop rendering is an example of how
design thinking can be used to reach out to Rhode Island’s Latino community.
The National Science Foundation recently sponsored a
gathering of minds at RISD to strategize innovative ways to enhance STEM [Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Math] education by integrating art and design – transforming
STEM into STEAM.
President John Maeda talks
about sandpit psychotherapy and the pros and cons of digitized discourse.
Students explored the meaning of play and developed ideas for new board games in a partnered studio with Hasbro/Cranium, the popular board game “for your whole brain.”
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