Pakistani-born artist Mariam Quraishi 15 IL is putting an Eastern spin on a series of acrylic illustrations inspired by some of the most harrowing folktales ever penned by the Brothers Grimm.
Students in an Ecological Planning & Design studio taught by landscape architect Nick Pouder are proud to say that their work is helping the state of Connecticut in its quest to preserve 21% of its land area as open space for public recreation and natural resource conservation.
Ceramics Department Head Katy Schimert searches the ocean’s depths and captures the public’s imagination with a solo show and residency at UMass/Amherst.
The large and varied traveling exhibition Graphic Design: Now in Production opens on Friday, March 28 at the RISD Museum, providing an exhilarating look at cutting-edge concepts and creative practices in 21st-century graphic design.
Earlier this month Alexander Stewart MFA 15 DM was fired up about revealing his interactive projects to representatives from WET Design, a California-based company that recently completed an impressive fountain for the Olympic Park in Sochi.
Working with Designtex, an industry leader in the development of applied materials for the built environment, students in the recent Think Big! Wintersession studio were challenged to “blue-sky” their approach to creating high-tech public art.
When Mariah Robinson 17 FS discovers a hole in her sweater, she doesn’t see a fashion faux pas.
At the final presentation in RISD’s 2013–14 Mapping Learning series on March 11, technology historian Cathy N.
A MacColl Johnson Fellowship is giving Associate Professor of Foundation Studies Leslie Hirst the freedom to pursue exciting new studio work while on sabbatical.