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  • Into the Wild

    11/12/2012
    Lucy Spelman, a biologist and veterinarian with a taste for adventure, teaches The Art of Communicating Science this fall.

  • Plankton Portraiture

    11/14/2012
    Working alongside University of Rhode Island oceanographers, Foundation Studies Critic Cynthia Rubin explores the fascinating behavior of plankton.

  • Entrepreneurs Show and Tell

    11/02/2012
    RISD's Entrepreneur Mindshare brought together experts in design and technology to offer tricks of the trade to students, alumni and others.

  • Gebbia Thinks Big

    10/25/2012
    “Designtrepreneur” Joe Gebbia 05 GD/ID, cofounder of Airbnb, spoke at RISD last week to launch the Career Center’s Mindshare 2012.

  • An Exceptional Mad Man

    10/31/2012
    Dick Jones, a new exhibition featuring the RISD library’s latest acquisition to its Archive of Graphic Design and Illustration, celebrates America’s golden age of advertising.

  • Bridging the Brain Divide

    10/23/2012
    A recent panel discussion involving participants from RISD, Brown and the local performing arts group Everett focused on the natural connections between art and science.

  • Pixilerations Plays with our Wired World

    10/19/2012
    The annual fringe fest lets audiences peer into the wondrous world of digital media.

  • Painting What the Eye Can’t See

    10/16/2012
    While studying at the Woods Hole Marine Biological Lab (MBL), Lizzie Kripke 14 PT created a cutting-edge animation that allows scientists to visualize complex skin structures in ways previously unseen.

  • Experimenting with Work, Money, Love

    10/15/2012
    Students enrolled in an experimental graduate studies course ponder how they will sustain their creative practices – and what those choices mean for the larger artistic community.

  • STEAMy Discussion at Alumni + Parents’ Weekend

    10/10/2012
    A panel discussion centered around the ongoing STEAM initiative drew plenty of interest at RISD by Design 2012.

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RISD has a long history of offering Saturday and after-school classes for children and teens, as this photo from c. 1910 confirms.