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Finch Focuses on Perception

Thriving multidisciplinary artist Spencer Finch MFA 89 SC shares with students his unique, experiential approaches to making work.

Earning Meaningful Support

With support from the newly established Seth MacFarlane Endowed Scholarship Fund, aspiring filmmaker Naomi Bradford 19 FAV is focused on bringing her creative vision to life.

Recent Grad Explores Paradoxes of Place

Through his emerging fine art practice, recent Landscape Architecture graduate Senbo Yang MLA 16 is focusing on the effects of displacement among 21st-century nomads.

Seeing the Future in Seoul

RISD's semester-long program in Seoul invites students to connect with Korean alumni and explore a country of great geopolitical and cultural significance.

Proposed Interventions for Community Space

A department-wide charette challenges Interior Architecture students to revitalize a downtown Woonsocket, RI neighborhood by designing an outdoor community performance space.

Timely Cinema for Social Justice

At a screening of his film Two Trains Runnin’, director Sam Pollard encouraged students to embrace the challenge of turning history into socially conscious documentaries.

When Patient Care Meets Creative Practice

While balancing two demanding careers, author/illustrator and trauma nurse Jennifer Polan 01 IL is discovering unexpected synergies between them.

Building a Cohesive Body of Work

Senior Zenzele Ojore 18 PH returns from a summer internship in Uganda with surprising new insights about her own identity as a black American artist.

Reflections from Hilton Als

Pulitzer-prize winning critic Hilton Als delivers the 2017 Gail Silver Memorial Lecture.