Daniel Heyman’s new Wintersession global studies course introduces students to contemporary artists using ancient techniques in the Netherlands and Germany.
As the semester comes to a close, grads and undergrads in every department gather constructive criticism for their inspiring work.
Alums Kelly Walters, Alexander Williams and Qualeasha Wood speak about their post-RISD journeys as part of the Career Center’s annual Mindshare lecture series.
RISD students and recent alums are using funding from RISD Research to develop interdisciplinary projects with communities around the world.
Alum and Kirloskar Visiting Scholar Huma Bhabha speaks with current RISD students about their evolving practices and her epic, science fiction-inspired creations.
Adam Chuong, Lois Harada, Jazzmen Lee-Johnson and Mariana Ramos Ortiz are among the recipients of inaugural project grants from Interlace Grant Fund.
Alums Qualeasha Wood 19 PR and Cheyenne Julien 16 PT included in Artnet roundup.
The New York Timesspeaks with Martine Gutierrez about ANTI-ICON, a Public Art Fund project appearing on bus shelters and billboards in several cities.
Grad students Breslin Bell MFA 21 PR and Mariana Ramos Ortiz MFA 21 PR co-curate a multidisciplinary exhibition exploring intersections of gender, race and class.