Last week students in RISD’s first theatrical design studio – co-taught by Sculpture Critic Jane South and Interior Architecture Critic Michael McGarty, who also teaches in the Theatre Arts department at Brown – offered a backstage peek inside The Magic Box, an all-new ballet that will premiere in Providence this spring.
Now that she has retired from teaching at Northern Virginia Community College, sculptor and lecturer Rebecca Kamen MFA 78 SC is doing anything but slowing down.
Janos Stone 98 SC believes in putting the creative powers of technology into the hands of the common man (and woman and child).
Last week Professor Dean Snyder, head of the Sculpture department, learned that he is one of 175 scholars, artists and scientists in the US and Canada to earn a 2013 Guggenheim Fellowship to support further work in their fields.
A remarkable eight of the 40 projects selected for the Public Art Network’s2010 Year in Review were created by RISD alumni and faculty.
With its runaway successes at Sundance and Cannes, the atmospheric, deeply allegorical movieBeasts of the Southern Wild has taken the film world by storm.
Fourteen artists who met at RISD have teamed up with a print shop, a design firm and a women's association in Rwanda to raise funds through their artwork for a very tangible goal: to build community housing in a rural Rwandan village.
It started as a dare.
After working on dozens of blockbuster films, jewelry designer Dana Schneider 82 SC felt like she won the lottery when asked to create the iconic mockingjay pin for The Hunger Games.