Now that they have won Fulbrights for the 2016–17 academic year, Miri Kim 16 PT and Midge Wattles 12 PH plan to take full advantage of exciting cross-cultural exchanges.
Long interested in balancing digital and analogue processes, Alex Dodge 01 PT has created a wonderful new series of paintings for Love May Fail, But Courtesy Will Prevail, his first New York solo show in five years.
In late April, the Illustration department hosted Canadian illustrator Jody Hewgill to speak about her acclaimed work in the field.
In a RISD-MIT collaboration, Industrial Design seniors Lily Fan 16 ID and Lillian Krieger 16 ID created a musical therapy system for children living with cerebral palsy.
Students involved in RISD’s Leadership and Community Engagement (LACE) program develop valuable skills through volunteer work with local nonprofits.
Al-ugh-ories, the first NYC survey show of work by MacArthur winner Nicole Eisenman 89 PT, has been attracting lots of good attention since opening in early May.
A cross-disciplinary spring studio sponsored by Textron Aviation Inc. invites students to reimagine the experience of flying.
In early May members of the RISD and Brown communities came together to share thoughts at the second annual Critical Design/Critical Futures symposium.
RISD and leading textile firm Maharam celebrated five years of the Maharam STEAM Fellowship and announced its renewal at the Maharam Design Studio in Manhattan.