Painting Professor Donna Bruton finds that when she’s open to the experience, painting comes as naturally as teaching.
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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.
The RISD Museum has appointed John W. Smith of the Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Art as its new director, effective this fall.
RISD’s Faculty Biennial, the most comprehensive showing of faculty work to date, is on view at the RISD Museum through March 20.
Furniture Design senior and HAVC concentrator Adam Hyman is a natural when it comes to researching and helping to conserve works of ancient art at the RISD Museum.
As part of the Museum Fellows program, Graphic Design major Shu Min Lim is interning with the Museum’s resident expert in handling and preserving its large and varied collection of works on paper.
During the fall semester, Julien Nguyen has been juggling his time in the Painting studio with an internship at the RISD Museum, where he’s learning to conserve works of 3D art from every period and genre.
Through her experience as a Museum Fellow, Holly Broussard has begun to think more seriously about pursuing a career as a museum curator or administrator.
Master engraver Andrew Raftery helped the RISD Museum to retrace the early history of this painstaking art form in the popular exhibition The Brilliant Line.
Art History Concentrators have an opportunity to learn professional curatorial practices through apprenticeships at the RISD Museum.
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