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  • Pelosi Attends Roundtable at RISD

    06/25/2013
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was the guest of honor when RISD and Congressman David Cicilline hosted a discussion on advanced manufacturing in Rhode Island. 

  • Designing for Kids

    06/12/2013
    Robin Hayashi 13 GD created a fun new exhibit called Image & Illusion as her parting gift to the Providence Children’s Museum.

  • Students Unveil New Museum Pieces

    03/22/2013
    New site-specific works by student winners of this year’s SITINGS competition are now on view at the RISD Museum.

  • Protecting Endangered Species

    03/16/2013
    Alumna Jane Kim 03 PR is creating a series of roadside murals to focus public attention on the plight of endangered species.

  • STEAM Hits Capitol Hill

    02/18/2013
    Last week RISD co-hosted the official launch of a new bipartisan Congressional STEAM Caucus advocating for inclusion of art and design in the national educational agenda.

  • Sharing King-Sized Values

    01/23/2013
    RISD's 2013 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Series – a week of events honoring the legacy of the influential civil rights leader – is inspiring many to reflect and serve their communities.

  • Decorating the Capitol

    12/13/2012
    Students involved with RISD's Project Open Door were invited to create ornaments for this year's National Christmas Tree display – a luminous holiday celebration held in the nation's capitol.

  • Working with Rwandans

    11/26/2012
    Fourteen alumni are creating artwork to help raise funds for housing in a remote Rwandan village.

  • Clay in Context at Hope High

    08/22/2012
    In a collaboration that reflects RISD’s commitment to critical making and community engagement, students in Ceramics and TLAD worked with local teens to create new tile murals for Providence's Hope High School.

  • Students Propose Public Art for Providence

    06/26/2012
    Students in a spring Sculpture studio taught by Professor Ellen Driscoll are creating public art for Kennedy Plaza as part of a major initiative funded by the NEA.

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Foundation Studies students consider each other's work under the guidance of Professor Merlin Szasz.