The designer, who is currently studying for a Graphic Design MFA at RISD, shares how activism and design can be intertwined.
A Sculpture course called Complicating Social Practice helped students develop critical capacities for integrating community-oriented methodologies into their practices.
Alums Kelly Walters, Alexander Williams and Qualeasha Wood speak about their post-RISD journeys as part of the Career Center’s annual Mindshare lecture series.
A SPUR-funded project by grad student Zoë Pulley presents positive images of Black people to counteract the negative imagery flooding the media.
A brief interview with one of RISD’s Schiller Family Assistant Professors in Race in Art and Design.
Brown | RISD Dual Degree students present their capstone presentations to a live and virtual audience.
A graduate-level studio explores the role of design in politics and the many ways that contemporary designers are entering the political arena.
It’s Nice That catches up with recent Graphic Design alumna Nicole Cousins.
A month-long, student-curated exhibition brings together artists and designers of color from RISD and beyond to illuminate the diversity of the Black experience.