Furniture design icon Giulio Cappellini encourages RISD students to study the history of design so they can reinvent established forms.
An extensive range of virtual programming helps returning students consider how they’ll contribute to the discourse around racial justice.
2020 graduates of RISD’s BFA and MFA programs in Furniture Design showcase solid work in online exhibitions.
From film premieres to the grad thesis show, graduating students are turning to alternative outlets for showcasing their work.
Students traveled to Australia over Wintersession for an intensive variation on RISD’s long-running Witness Tree course.
RISD makers are helping to address the nationwide shortage of personal protective equipment.
Work by five young Furniture Design graduates is featured in a DesignTO exhibition in Toronto called Themselves.
The Center for Art in Wood hosts an exhibition of contemporary female woodworkers, including several with RISD connections.
Furniture Design Professor Lothar Windels BID 96 creates a new version of his award-winning Joseph Felt Chair for the President’s House.