In a cross-disciplinary fall studio, Landscape Architecture and Ceramics students explored ideas for preserving water resources—and ways of life—in the American Southwest.
The Ceramics triennial on view at Woods-Gerry Gallery through Sunday, January 29, beautifully demonstrates the tactility and intimacy of clay
Ceramics students in their last year of study develop strategies for cultivating their artistic practices and presenting their work to the wider world.
Graduate student Anina Major MFA 17 CR sees her ceramics practice as an expression of her commitment to furthering cultural tradition and making a positive impact on the world.
Assistant Professor of Ceramics David Katz revels in the resources, community and mix of disciplines he’s discovering at RISD.
As a RISD Museum Fellow, Margaret Finaly 16 CR worked with a professional conservator in caring for prized objects in the collection.
After leaving her home country of Myanmar, Soe Yu Nwe MFA 15 CR finds that she’s now fully focused on anchoring herself through her work.
As a double major, Yves-Olivier Mandereau 15 CR/GD is passionate about exploring language, culture and communication in his work.
Birch, an award-winning restaurant in Providence, commissioned Ceramics students to create tableware to complement its menu and décor.