Three RISD alumni are working to make the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum relevant and accessible for students from coast to coast.
Two new Foundation Studies students build on the creative boost they got through RISD’s Project Open Door program.
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.
Barbara Wong MA 95, executive director of ¡CityArts!, explains how Providence’s nationally recognized afterschool arts program builds bridges for kids.
Landscape Architecture students work across disciplines to find sustainable solutions to problems associated with Rhode Island’s coastline.
Brooklyn artist Sui Park MDes 13 wowed critics with Thought Bubbles, a site-specific installation that was on view earlier this fall as part of the seventh annual Governors Island Art Fair in New York.
Wearing a look of confidence Juliette Weiss 15 GD walks up to talent recruiters from Andreessen Horowitz, a $4-billion venture capital firm that has financed some of Silicon Valley’s most successful startups.
Two graduate students recently made substantial steel sculptures that now have a permanent home at Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence.
New Landscape Architecture graduates Michelle Jordan MLA 14, Andrew Jacobs MLA 14 and Spike Meatyard MLA 14 presented a series of case studies on urban and coastal park design at Providence’s Save the Bay headquarters in early June.
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