Otis Gray 14 SC brings much that he learned in the studio to producing Hungry, a podcast about the power of food in a polarized world.
Sculpture major Charlie Ehrenfried 18 SC is pursuing two Liberal Arts concentrations as he makes informed 3D work about identity and culture.
With his podcast Hungry, Sculpture alum Otis Gray 14 SC has created a food-centered podcast that blends entertainment and public engagement.
Five RISD alums are among the 63 artists chosen to participate in this year's Whitney Biennial.
Sculpture grad students Makia Sharp MFA 17 SC and Ellie Tomlinson MFA 17 SC are co-teaching a Wintersession course called Intersecting Dimensions.
Students in a cross-disciplinary studio create site-specific installations that bring alive the significance of a historic fort and state park in Newport, RI.
Students in a cross-disciplinary Sculpture elective expand their studio practices by exploring high-tech approaches to manipulating textiles.
Both when teaching and working in her studio, new Sculpture Department Head Lisi Raskin strives to create the kind of world she wants for everyone.
Students in Landscape Architecture and Sculpture joined an interdisciplinary team of designers and scientists to install sculptural reefs along a waterway at India Point Park in Providence.