From film premieres to the grad thesis show, graduating students are turning to alternative outlets for showcasing their work.
Several RISD artists rose to the top of various year-end roundups of creative achievement.
After a hugely productive year, Nicole Eisenman took a break from making to deliver the RISD Museum’s Gail Silver Memorial Lecture.
Nicole Eisenman 87 PT and Korakrit Arunanondchai 09 PR are the only two artists worldwide invited to show in both the 2019 Whitney and Venice biennials.
Pioneering glass artist Therman Statom returns to RISD to speak with students about the value of building community.
Students in a multidisciplinary fall studio create powerful, site-specific installations at historic Fort Adams State Park in Newport, RI.
Eleven students and new graduates are bringing valuable critical thinking skills to nonprofits around the world.
With their first museum exhibition ever—at the Whitney—fashion favorites Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta continue to defy the desire to define their evolving practice.
Recent graduate Renee Yu Jin reflects on the “lovable” problems of sculpture and the insight she has gained about privilege and art-making.