Stories about studios + projects
A look at how the department teaches students to take risks, cross disciplinary divides and write their own stories as professional artists.
In collaborating with fellow New Yorkers, designer Pam Prichett 82 GL rediscovers the joy of working with her hands—and launches a new business in the process.
Architect and artist Ming-Yi Wong MArch 10/PB 11 GL brings a studio approach to her work at the National Park Service in Washington, DC.
Alexander Rosenberg 06 GL is raising awareness for the economics rights of glass-pipe blowers through his collaborative "super bong" project.
Recent graduate Anna Riley 14 GL speaks about the value of grants and residencies in moving her practice forward.
RISD grad student Maia Chao MFA 17 GL and recent alum Josephine Devanbu BRDD 16 PT invite people who never go to art museums to visit and critique the RISD Museum.
Glass students and faculty members team up with visiting scientists and historians to test and validate a 16th-century recipe for gold ruby glass.
In his keynote address at this year's alumni and parents' weekend, Tavares Strachan 03 GL revealed the thinking and creative process behind his compelling work.
As part of the visiting artist series in Glass, cultural critic and author Lawrence Weschler led a RISD audience through a visual-culture hall of mirrors.
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