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  • Inventive Tools Spark Innovative Designs

    The multipurpose egg crackers Foundation students created last fall show how aesthetics and engineering naturally come together at RISD.

  • Maverick Thinker Wraps Up Shared Voices

    In his March 14 talk on Screen Fluency, Kevin Kelly will discuss the importance of visual and multimedia literacy in a digital world.

  • Design Treatments for Cancer Care

    Three recent RISD Architecture graduates help Memorial Sloan-Kettering envision potential solutions to more supportive patient care. 

  • Completing the Picture

    Artist Bo Joseph 92 PT, whose work is on view in a New York solo show, looks to the entire history of world cultures in creating evocative paintings and drawings that help clarify his own world view.  

  • Global Luminaries Honored at Commencement 2012

    At its June 2 ceremony, RISD will present honorary degrees to Japanese film animation house Studio Ghibli, writer-activist Rebecca Solnit and Pritzker Prize-winning architect Wang Shu, who will also deliver the keynote address.

  • Seller Lets Loose

    In Letting Loose, her latest solo show, neosurrealist painter Wendy Seller, an assistant professor in Foundation Studies, moves beyond her signature style to create intriguing collages.

  • Maharam Fosters Creative Infusion

    Known for its interdisciplinary collaborations, international textile leader Maharam is sponsoring a new fellowship opportunity for RISD students to intern with governmental and nonprofit agencies.

  • Artists Seeking Science

    Students are showing a huge interest in RISD’s growing science curriculum, which allows them to explore the many ways art, design and science inform and enhance each other.  

  • Multimedia Storytelling

    Known for her inspired mash-up videos and multimedia narratives, Jo Dery 00 FAV was invited to tell her own visual story as part of the deCordova’s 2012 biennial. 

  • Seeing Science: NSF Backs RISD Research

    RISD is the only art and design school in the US to be engaged with the National Science Foundation’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR).

A figure modeling class from 1916.