Four alumni are recognized in Forbes magazine’s 2018 30 Under 30 list of emerging artists and designers to watch.
Students in this year’s Witness Tree Project studio reflect on immigration by creating objects from a fallen elm that stood in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for 150 years.
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.
Four outstanding RISD alumnae were among 16 women artists recognized in an Artsy editorial for advancing design in the US.
Seven RISD alumni are included in Sight Unseen’s recently released 2016 American Design Hot List.
Furniture Design and Textiles students in a research studio called Textile into Furniture paired off to design unique pieces of furniture incorporating advanced fabrics and techniques.
New Furniture Design faculty member Patty Johnson collaborates with master craftspeople around the world, exploring how objects are transformed by material and culture.
As a summer intern at Speak Up Africa, Julia Steketee 18 FD learned about Senegal and how to use her design skills to help people.