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SPUR Grants Support Site-Specific Research

RISD students and recent alums are using funding from RISD Research to develop interdisciplinary projects with communities around the world.

Bhabha Finds Beauty in the Forsaken

Alum and Kirloskar Visiting Scholar Huma Bhabha speaks with current RISD students about their evolving practices and her epic, science fiction-inspired creations.

Providence-Based Alums Win Support

Adam Chuong, Lois Harada, Jazzmen Lee-Johnson and Mariana Ramos Ortiz are among the recipients of inaugural project grants from Interlace Grant Fund.

Meet Six Fast-Rising Artists Having Star Turns at This Year’s Art Basel Miami Beach

Alums Qualeasha Wood 19 PR and Cheyenne Julien 16 PT included in Artnet roundup.

A Shape-Shifting Woman Plays All the Parts

The New York Timesspeaks with Martine Gutierrez about ANTI-ICON, a Public Art Fund project appearing on bus shelters and billboards in several cities.

Transgressing the Feminized

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.

Shahzia Sikander Goes Big

The New York Times presents a profile of the Painting/Printmaking MFA, a Pakistani native whose work explores colonialism, migration, gender and hyphenated identities.

The 100 Most Influential People of 2020

Time Magazine includes Painting alum Julie Mehretu on its annual list of cultural luminaries.

Cultural Stamp of Approval

The US Postal Service commissions graduate student Camille Chew to create artwork for its Lunar New Year stamp.