Stories about studios + projects
This year's Dorner Prize goes to an outdoor installation critiquing institutional bias and a performance piece meditating on slavery, the civil rights movement and the beauty of black people.
Architect and artist Ming-Yi Wong MArch 10/PB 11 GL brings a studio approach to her work at the National Park Service in Washington, DC.
Thanks to Professor of Architecture Hansy Better Barraza, Latinx and Asian students at Wellesley College have an inviting new space in which to build community on campus.
Beautiful artist books by students have been selected for inclusion in the permanent collection of the RISD Library.
A timely and ambitious Wintersession lecture series encourages educators and designers to break down the barriers created by unconscious bias.
Architecture faculty members Aaron Forrest and Yasmin Vobis explore the relationship between fairy tales and architectural space.
Seven RISD alumni are included in Sight Unseen’s recently released 2016 American Design Hot List.
Students in an advanced architecture studio are exploring how highly specialized programming informs a building’s form and material character.
In June, students and faculty in Architecture broke ground on the long-awaited SouthLight design-and-build project on Providence's Southside.
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