Three entrepreneurial alumni and a current faculty member earn 2019 Providence Design Catalyst awards in support of their practices.
Students in a multidisciplinary fall studio create powerful, site-specific installations at historic Fort Adams State Park in Newport, RI.
RISD staff member and alumna Polly Spenner 10 TX reflects on her creative process and 28-year relationship with RISD.
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.
Eliza Squibb designs “storytelling cloths” to communicate with West African women about the vital importance of vaccinations to fight cervical cancer .
Brown/RISD dual degree student Nadia Wolff BRDD 21 TX considers how religion relates to race, sexuality and global colonization.
Working on the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota, Social Innovation Fellow Elizabeth Schweizer 19 TX built intergenerational connections through the arts.
Senior Sydney Foreman 18 TX reflects on a nine-week internship in Brooklyn working to assist and learn from accomplished textiles artist Liz Collins 91 TX/MFA 99.
Backed by the National Science Foundation, professors from RISD and Cornell create groundbreaking software that allows everyone interested to produce woven fabrics.