Students in this year’s Witness Tree Project studio-seminar create objects out of beetle-infested maple from Vermont’s Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.
A brief interview with one of RISD’s recently hired Schiller Family Assistant Professors in Race in Art and Design.
Liberal Arts faculty members reflect on the inaugural years of RISD’s Global Arts and Cultures MA program.
Husband-and-wife educators endawnis Spears and Cassius Spears, Jr. kick off the Liberal Arts division’s spring lecture series.
SEI Fellow Jane’a Johnson studies violence, visual culture and how race is reflected in archives and museums.
Students in a liberal arts class developed by Associate Professor Jennifer Prewitt-Freilino practice techniques for improving well-being and building resilience.
Environmental anthropologist Myles Lennon shares a framework for transitioning equitably from an extractive energy economy to a regenerative one.
Students traveled to Australia over Wintersession for an intensive variation on RISD’s long-running Witness Tree course.