The RISD Career Center held its first-ever Entrepreneur Mindshare on Saturday, November 12. Billed as part TED conference and part boot camp, the all-day event was designed to get RISD students and alumni energized about creative entrepreneurship.
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San Francisco-based alumni
and entrepreneurs Lauren Geremia 04 PT and Jess Wainer 04 GL team up to light up the Bay Area.
In a three-way exchange of inspiration, students in Textiles create print designs inspired by works at the RISD Museum and Apparel Design students create garments inspired by the resulting fabrics.
Working with costume design professionals on RISD’s faculty, Apparel Design students became part of the late Merce Cunningham’s legacy
when they designed the dancers’ costumes for MinEvent: A Cunningham Collaboration.
Professor Ellen Driscoll, head of the
Sculpture department, uses recycled plastic bottles to make people think about issues of
consumption and sustainability when viewing her new installation in the Providence River.
Under the leadership of Professor Paul Sproll, RISD’s Project Open Door college access program for urban teens looks to build on its
Plenty of RISD energy is driving the discussions this month at MoMA PS1’s stellar Summer School.
A year-long series of RISD entrepreneurship initiatives is culminating in a trip to Berlin, Germany for Kellie Riggs 11 JM, winner of an Etsy Fellowship for small business and sustainability.
Artist Sarah Small 01 PH is bringing the emotion and humanity of 15th-century paintings alive through an intriguing series of experimental performance art pieces.
RISD partners with Providence and local arts groups to reimagine downtown as a destination for the arts.
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