Stories about studios + projects
Starting this fall, RISD’s newest Fulbright recipients will work with international experts to make breakthroughs in a diverse range of fields.
In work on view at the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland, ME, Illustration alum Annie Bailey 10 IL has expressed her fondness for maritime history through an anachronistic storytelling medium that dates back to the 18th century.
Illustrator Susie Ghahremani 02 IL and her longtime collaborator Jennifer Ward have received warm praise for their newest picture book What Will Grow?
Illustration seniors Hanna Cha 17 IL, Mariel Rodriguez 17 IL, Jean Wei 17 IL and Michelle Zhuang 17 IL reach Asian-American readers with their soon-to-be-published comic book.
Illustration Critic Clara Lieu 98 IL is continuing to build Art Prof, an online platform that offers free visual arts instruction for all ages and levels of ability.
Students in a Wintersession studio hone new ways to tell stories through comic books and graphic novels.
Prolific writer-illustrator-comic book artist Annie Mok discusses No Exit, her recently published graphic novel, at an engaging talk in the RISD Auditorium.
Artist/activist Shepard Fairey 92 IL worked with The Amplifier Foundation to share a message of inclusivity at the 2017 US presidential inauguration.
Brooklyn-based artist Leah Oates 91 IL creates a striking lightbox installation for NYC’s Bryant Park subway station.