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The Landscape of Noir

The RISD Museum hosts the first solo museum show in the US featuring the work of internationally acclaimed Scottish artist Martin Boyce.

The Language Problem

In the opening show of the year at Sol Koffler Graduate Student Gallery, curator Maya Krinsky MFA 14 PH presents work that wrestles with the complexity of language.

Remaking History

Centuries-old textiles in the amazing collection at the RISD Museum inspire students to create stunning contemporary work in response to specific pieces.

New Leaders in Architectural Education

With the new appointment of Deborah Berke BArch 77 as dean of the Yale School of Architecture, five RISD alumni now head major schools of architecture in North America.

Art for People

Public arts administrator Liesel Fenner MLA 98 collaborates with artists to transform and revitalize once-ignored public spaces.

Champion of Failure

After winning two fellowships at graduation, Whitney Oldenburg MFA 15 PT is happy to continue turning life’s disappointments into compelling works of art.

Winning a MacArthur

With the announcement of this year's MacArthur Award, painter and sculptor Nicole Eisenman 87 PT is the 10th amazing RISD alum to have won a coveted “genius grant” in the past 18 years.

NSF Backs Advances in Textile Design

Having just won part of a $1.2-million grant from the National Science Foundation, Brooks Hagan MFA 02 TX is leading RISD’s new Virtual Textiles Research Group.

Starting Off with a Bang

Newly hired Assistant Professor of Jewelry + Metalsmithing Arthur Hash combines old-world techniques with new tools and technology.