RISD and Brown students generally follow different paths on College Hill – Brown students spending their days in libraries pouring over books, their RISD counterparts spending their nights in studios making creative responses to assignments.
For bright-eyed entrepreneurs, starting a business is much like a three-ring circus.
For those attending a recent RISD/BrownBrain Storm panel, the giant-sized cerebellum resting off to the side of the stage was symbolic of the meeting of the minds about to unfold.
Offering a tempting taste of the Career Center’s Mindshare event this Saturday, Joe Gebbia 05 ID/GD spoke at RISD last week – about why he’s a bona fide “designtrepreneur,” as he likes to put it.
“Could the wall be breathing?” wondered the small crowd in RISD’sSol Koffler Graduate Student Gallery.
Lizzie Kripke 14 PT knew she would get the chance to study marine biology during her summer internship at the Woods Hole Marine Biological Lab [MBL].
Art students and politicians don’t usually speak the same language, much less collaborate towards a common goal.
In Letting Loose, her latest solo show, neosurrealist painter Wendy Seller, an assistant professor in Foundation Studies, moves beyond her signature style to create intriguing collages.
Professor Emeritus Malcolm Grear has been integrally connected to RISD for more than half a century.