Architects, designers, researchers and policy makers discuss strategies for initiating change and rethinking America’s unhealthiest neighborhoods.
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Susan Szenasy, longtime editor and publisher of Metropolis magazine, shares insights about the future of design and design education.
At the international symposium on leather and shoemaking RISD hosted last week, presenters spoke about traditional techniques and state-of-the-art innovations.
Grad student Emily Yen MArch 15 wins an international competition to design a preview of the Museum of Science Fiction in Washington, DC.
RISD hosts a conference focused on art, design and manufacturing in Rhode Island and offers visitors a glimpse of Co-Works, a new interdisciplinary studio space.
Two graduate students recently made substantial steel sculptures that now have a permanent home at Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence.
Summer interns at the Nature Lab worked to visualize the effects of climate change on marine plankton.
Students participating in RISD’s Pre-Orientation Service Experience (POSE) volunteer together with local nonprofits.
Twenty objects made by students as part of last spring's Witness Tree Project are on view through October 5 in an exhibition in New Jersey.
Summer interns at the Nature Lab are making an animated educational program about the importance of marine plankton.
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