Visiting artist Dionne Lee questions the makers and motives behind historical American landscape photography.
Vogue reports on the Brooklyn-based Photography MFA’s $100,000 honorarium and her portraits chronicling the Black diaspora.
From film premieres to the grad thesis show, graduating students are turning to alternative outlets for showcasing their work.
Photographer and filmmaker RaMell Ross—a self-described “liberated documentarian”—is now also a 2020 United States Artists Fellow.
Alumna Acacia Johnson’s stunning photo essay about Inuit peoples of the Canadian Arctic appears in National Geographic.
A revealing exhibition draws from photographer George Lange’s friendship with the late Francesca Woodman while they were at RISD.
Seven artists and designers from RISD are recognized in the annual roundup of young entrepreneurs.
Mixed-media artist Esther Solondz MFA 80 PH uses milkweed to create a quirky environmental installation at Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, MA.