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  • Working with American Treasures

    11/11/2013
    William Jacobs ARch/MID 80 turns the Library of Congress’ embarrassment of riches into a series of spellbinding stories.

  • Techstyle Haus in the Making

    11/07/2013
    A team of students and advisors from RISD, Brown and Germany’s University of Applied Sciences Erfurt (FHE) are readying their design for the 2014 Solar Decathlon Europe.

  • A Growing Fascination with Materials

    11/05/2013
    Fascinating material experiments conducted by Diana Wagner MID 14 have resulted in revolutionary surface treatment techniques and innovative robotic textile garments.

  • Aiming Big

    11/05/2013
    Accomplished designer Antonio Ciutto, a new associate professor in Apparel Design, is helping RISD students to see design as part of a larger, holistic system.

  • Mapping Learning Reflects on RISD’s Essence

    10/28/2013
    RISD’s 2013–14 Mapping Learning series is bringing members of the campus community together for candid discussions about pedagogy, critique and new paradigms for learning.

  • Chronicling the Global Slave Trade

    10/28/2013
    RISD students enrolled in Dialogue Across the Diaspora are traveling to South Africa to curate a powerful exhibition that communicates their incisive research on the global slave trade.

  • MINDSHARE Inspires Budding Entrepreneurs

    10/24/2013
    Students welcomed advice and insights from successful entrepreneurs at the Career Center’s 2013 Mindshare.

  • Artists Explore Psychiatric Health

    10/24/2013
    Last summer painter Rebecca Chamberlain 91 AP gained new insights during a fascinating artist’s residency focused on health and healing.

  • The Stuff of Legends

    10/24/2013
    Bryan Konietzko 98 IL is living the dream – creating popular animated shows for Nickelodeon such as Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra.

  • Michel Gondry’s Sunny Approach

    10/18/2013
    When visiting RISD, the French director screened his latest film, led a lively master class, spoke about his creative process and answered plenty of questions from adoring fans.

  • Spreading the Word

    10/17/2013
    Children’s book author/illustrator Jarrett Krosoczka 99 IL uses his creativity to both generate great stories that resonate with kids and market them strategically.

  • Historical Perspective

    10/15/2013
    Inspired by her HAVC concentration, Cait Cannon 14 GL aims to produce work that references what came before. 

  • Back to the Source

    10/14/2013
    Newly appointed Assistant Professor Taylor Baldwin 05 SC is finding his place in RISD’s Sculpture department, where his journey began.

  • Making It in America

    10/11/2013
    The RISD Museum’s major new exhibition offers a historic look at the evolution of creative practice, craftsmanship and the art of making during America’s first 200 years. 

  • Painter Gets a Concentrated Boost

    10/11/2013
    Recent graduate Hannah Antalek 13 PT puts her Painting major and her HAVC concentration to work for her in New York.

  • Illustrators Rally Around We Art Boston

    10/08/2013
    Illustrator and faculty member Joe McKendry 94 IL promotes healing through art in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing. 

  • Patti Smith Shares Her Power

    10/08/2013
    The punk singer, poet, novelist and photographer delivers an anti-lecture to the pleased crowd at last week’s Gail Silver Memorial Lecture.

  • Tasty Typography

    10/04/2013
    Oded Ezer, the Graphic Design department’s 2013 Designer in Residence, offers tangible proof that creativity has not disappeared in the digital age.

  • Considering Careers

    10/02/2013
    At the Career Center’s latest Internship Connect Event, students weighed the options for working with a wide range of interesting employers.

  • Documenting the Arab-Israeli Stalemate

    09/25/2013
    Evan Grothian 15 FAV will soon embark on a trip to Israel with Marian Marzynski, the renowned Polish filmmaker, to shoot a reflective documentary on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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The men in this 1903 portrait class were serious about the business at hand.