The Providence Journal reflects on Don’t You Sit Down: Shades of Jim Crow, 1960– exhibition designed by RISD’s Internal Architecture department.
An interactive on-campus exhibition brings to life the civil rights movement and ongoing struggle against racism and segregation in the US.
Interior Architecture students debate the fate of Civil Rights leader Rosa Parks’ former home in Detroit.
RISD welcomes new full-time faculty members in Experimental and Foundation Studies, Fine Arts, and Architecture and Design.
Nine students and recent graduates are working virtually to bring the benefits of art and design to nonprofits around the world.
Archinect interviews Interior Architecture Department Head Liliane Wong to learn more about RISD’s one-year post-professional Master of Arts in Adaptive Reuse program.
Grad students in Interior Architecture propose new uses for a long-vacated former bank building in downtown Providence.
From film premieres to the grad thesis show, graduating students are turning to alternative outlets for showcasing their work.