The New York Times speaks 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.
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.
The US Postal Service commissions graduate student Camille Chew to create artwork for its Lunar New Year stamp.
Students in Printmaking and Ceramics explore where their disciplines meet and also diverge.
Several RISD artists rose to the top of various year-end roundups of creative achievement.
Grad students Heather McMordie and Lilla Szekely curate an evocative exhibition called Land // Fill // Land.