Liberal Arts faculty members reflect on the inaugural years of RISD’s Global Arts and Cultures MA program.
SEI Research Fellow Christopher Roberts examines Providence’s historical connections to slavery and colonialism and their impact on the present day.
Visiting artist Dread Scott shares his vision for change with RISD students.
Students in three Wintersession travel courses learn through hands-on work with local artisans in Mexico.
In a new book capping years of research, art historian Pascale Rihouet probes the meaning of materials in Renaissance processions.
Whitney Biennial co-curators Rujeko Hockley and Jane Panetta offer RISD graduate students insightful feedback and advice.
An interdisciplinary exhibition on view this summer in RISD’s ISB Gallery brings artists and scientists together to promote conservation.
This year’s Witness Tree studio challenged students to build wooden objects reflecting on the legacy of John, Abigail and John Quincy Adams and to consider how slavery shaped the US.
In a new spring graduate seminar and lecture series, students and members of the RISD community considered the complexities of making meaningful art of the moment.