Master's degree candidates showcase the culmination of their creative efforts in this year's lively and impressive graduate thesis exhibition at the Providence Convention Center.
Illustrator Michael Sloan 85 IL and writer Jake Halpern earn a Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning for Welcome to the New World, a New York Times series on the Syrian refugee crisis.
Two art students from Puerto Rico are studying at RISD this semester as part of an AICAD exchange program initiated in the aftermath of Hurricane María.
The 2018 iteration of RISD’s Student Artist’s Book Competition teems with brilliant work.
Thanks to advice from the RISD Career Center, recent graduate Leekyung Kang MFA 17 PR is happily immersed in a year-long fellowship at VCUarts Qatar.
Graduate student Kelly Taylor Mitchell MFA 18 PR translates elements of her personal history into evocative installations and artist’s books.
As a lieutenant in the US Navy, printmaker Cole Swavely MFA 13 PR draws lessons from his studio practice that help him serve and lead.
This year's Dorner Prize goes to an outdoor installation critiquing institutional bias and a performance piece meditating on slavery, the civil rights movement and the beauty of black people.
Four alumni with remarkably different real-world experience came to RISD in late February for a panel discussion called Working it. Making it Work.