Project Open Door teams up with Hasbro to provide area teens with an intensive, all-virtual toy and game design workshop.
Grad students committed to becoming teachers are developing alternative curricula and connecting with high school students remotely.
Museum educator Michelle Grohe MA 02 takes an inclusive approach at Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
A Sony-supported residency is giving artist/educator Nitashia Johnson MAT 15 the momentum to move inspiring creative projects forward.
Educator Tom Flint develops a series of filmmaking workshops that bring together teens from radically diverse backgrounds.
Now back in her home country, alumna Mudita Pasari is using her design expertise to promote sustainability and environmental awareness.
Proud Project Open Door participants share work, stories and plans for the future at the end-of-year exhibition.
Farah Altaweel MA 17 talks about transitions and her unconventional approach to combatting #fakenews.
Thanks to generous support from Hasbro, local high school students benefitted from the opportunity to explore the possibilities of toy and game design at RISD.