Hyperallergic describes the Painting MFA’s work as a “hallucinatory experience of isolation or a fairly run-of-the-mill orgy.”
The New York Times presents a profile of the Painting/Printmaking MFA, a Pakistani native whose work explores colonialism, migration, gender and hyphenated identities.
Time Magazine includes Painting alum Julie Mehretu on its annual list of cultural luminaries.
Nine students and recent graduates are working virtually to bring the benefits of art and design to nonprofits around the world.
A massive mosaic by alumna Laura Owens offers a meaningful welcome to travelers visiting New York City.
From film premieres to the grad thesis show, graduating students are turning to alternative outlets for showcasing their work.
For Painting graduate Martin Mull, a love of labor drives his studio practice—a 50-year labor of love.
With Redwood Preserve, Jarrett Mellenbruch offers an audacious vision for how art should shape the future.
RISD graduate Bill Hennessy is one of three courtroom artists covering the historic trial in the US Senate.