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  1. Submit your RISD application form, and all other credentials, through the RISD Applicant Portal. The application fee is $60.

  2. Initially, you must provide unofficial transcripts of all undergraduate and/or graduate study indicating satisfactory completion, or evidence of anticipated completion, of an undergraduate degree program from an accredited college or university. You can upload your unofficial transcripts within the RISD Applicant Portal. If your academic credentials are prepared in a language other than English, they must be translated into English by an approved translator before submitting. Enrolling students will later be required to submit official transcripts.

  3. Graduate applicants to studio programs are required to submit 10–20 examples of visual work, with certain programs suggesting more specific ideas or portfolio requirements.

    Use SlideRoom to submit your graduate portfolio here.

    Specific program instructions:

    Digital + Media: Your portfolio should contain 10 samples total, which can be a combination of media (e.g., images, video, sound). You may submit up to five videos as project documentation or excerpts of time-based media. In your portfolio you are encouraged to submit at least one video that clearly demonstrates your research and/or work process. Total runtime for all videos should be no more than five minutes.

    Please do not submit multi-page PDF files. Each sample should be accompanied by text identifying the medium and year, and a four-sentence description explaining the concepts that inform your work (50 words maximum). If collaborative projects are presented, you must clearly identify your individual contribution.

    Furniture Design: In the MFA programs, students often make their own work as a means to understand complex ideas. The idea is that critical making combined with critical thinking leads to innovative objects. This experimental approach applies to tests and models as well as to full-size objects at human scale. Material experimentation includes traditional, new and hybrid materials as appropriate to individual student interest. Choose your strongest work for your portfolio presentation—and it doesn't necessarily have to be furniture. If possible, you should aim to show finished photographed work and minimize the number of process images you include. ​

    In addition to your portfolio materials uploaded to SlideRoom, we ask you to include a self-made video (no more than 20 seconds duration) of you making something. The committee is not looking for video with professional production values, but rather is interested in seeing you making something: small, large, modest or complex, any making action can work—the choice is yours. This option shows the committee more about your interests. Please title your video.​

    Jewelry + Metalsmithing: The rigorous studio-based orientation of the graduate program leverages traditional skills and fabrication techniques to critically approach new territories and ways of making.

    In addition to your portfolio materials uploaded to SlideRoom, you are encouraged to include a self-made video no more than 20 seconds duration of you making something. We are not looking for video with professional production values; we are interested in seeing you making something – small, large, modest or complex, any making action can work, the choice is yours. This is an option you might enjoy adding to your submission for us to learn more about your interests. Please title your video.

    Landscape Architecture: All applicants to the Master's of Landscape Architecture degree programs are required to submit a portfolio and an additional video essay. Your portfolio should contain 10 individually produced and carefully chosen images of work that reflects your interests in landscape and the discipline of landscape architecture. Applicants to the MLA-1 program who have no prior design training may include photographs, sketches or written work that conveys their ability to observe, identify and explore spatial conditions within the landscape. All other applicants should include a selection of work that best represents the development of their interest in this field of study. All work should be labeled to indicate if it is academic, professional or personal. If team projects are presented, your individual contribution must be clearly identified. The portfolio should include a minimal amount of text.

    Prepare a short video of yourself telling us:

    • The most important reason you are motivated to study landscape architecture 
    • At least one goal you hope to achieve in your graduate education 
    • Why you think RISD is the best place to achieve your goals

    You are encouraged to be authentic and heartfelt in your response. This essay will function as the beginning of a conversation you will continue to have if you enter the program at RISD and it does not have to be the same information provided in your written essay. Cell phone videos are accepted as well. Maximum length: 2 minutes.

    Master of Arts in Teaching: Your portfolio should consist of 20 images exhibiting the depth and breadth of your studio experience. Ten images should represent work that reflects your investigations within a single medium; seven images should represent your confidence in handling a variety of media; and three images need to be samples of drawings.

    Master of Arts in Art + Design Education: Submit a portfolio of 20 images that most clearly represent your creative practice as an artist or designer.

  4. Graduate applicants must submit a written statement (500–750 words) outlining their interest and goals in pursuing graduate study. Several programs suggest more specific ideas or written requirements as outlined below.

    Specific program instructions:

    Digital + Media: Within the statement of purpose, the committee seeks a clear explanation of the applicant’s goals for both their time in school and afterwards, and how the MFA in Digital + Media is specifically suited to support these goals. This statement should address the following questions: What are you interested in exploring conceptually? What outcomes do you hope to get from the degree? Where do you see yourself after graduation? In addition to the statement of purpose, applicants should outline their working methodology or practice from initial research to project realization.

    Global Arts and Cultures: Applicants to the master’s program in Global Arts and Cultures must submit an academic statement of purpose of 1,000–2,000 words. The object of your statement is to introduce yourself to the Admissions Committee as a thinker, scholar and writer, and you should address in detail your intellectual interests and proposed topic(s) of graduate study. Be as specific as possible in describing your prior college-level experience in areas encompassed by Global Arts and Cultures and how this work has contributed to your professional and personal goals in pursuing a master’s degree. Your statement should also reflect your understanding of the contours and demands of graduate study in Global Arts and Cultures at RISD.

    Illustration: In 750–1500 words, please describe how you hope to engage your values as a critical thinker and maker within the context of your illustration studio practice and as a citizen of the world. Your statement should also reflect your understanding of the Illustration MFA course of study and what you hope to gain by completing the program.

    Landscape Architecture: Your essay should describe how your interest in landscape developed, how the work in your portfolio is indicative of that development and why the landscape architecture program at RISD seems well suited to your goals.

    Master of Arts in Teaching: 

    Submit a statement (500–700 words) describing why you desire to become a K-12 art educator and to enter the TLAD MAT program specifically. Please be sure to address the following questions within your statement:

    • Why do you want to become an art educator and enter the TLAD MAT program specifically?
    • How do you feel your academic, studio, and work experiences have prepared you for RISD’s graduate program in art teacher education? 
    • How will your own identity as an artist/designer contribute to your practice as an art educator in the classroom?
    • What, in your opinion, is the purpose of art education in K-12 schools?
    • What do you believe high-quality K-12 art education looks like?

    Master of Arts in Art + Design Education: 

    Submit a written statement (500-750 words) describing your interest in art and design education and your desire to enter the TLAD MA program specifically. Please be sure to address the following questions within your statement:

    • Why do you want to become an art educator and enter the TLAD MA program specifically (especially as opposed to a MFA program)?
    • What are your specific interests related to art and design education?
    • How might these specific interests contribute to the thesis research you would engage in within this program? 
    • Our MA program is unique in that students customize a program of study. How you would customize your MA program to maximize the resources of RISD, Brown and Providence, and that would support your potential research interests at the same time?
    • How do you imagine the MA will support your future goals and interests after graduation (i.e., where do you see yourself in the future and how will the MA help)?

    Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies: Applicants to the master’s in Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies must submit an academic statement of purpose of 1,000–2,000 words. The object of your statement is to introduce yourself to the Admissions Committee as a thinker, scholar and writer, and you should address in detail your intellectual interests and proposed topic(s) of graduate study. You should be as specific as possible in describing your prior college-level experience in the areas of Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies and how this work has contributed to your professional and personal goals in pursuing a master’s degree. Your statement should also reflect your understanding of the contours and demands of graduate study in Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies at RISD.

    Photography: Please submit each of the following: a clearly written statement of purpose (max. 750 words) that explains why you need to attend graduate school now, why you want to attend RISD, and what you believe that you and your practice needs that RISD and its community can offer; and an accessible artist’s statement (max. 750 words) that elucidates the work you’ve included in your submitted portfolio, its aims, forms, development, trajectory, possibilities, meanings and relevance as you construe these things.

  5. Applicants to the MA programs in Global Arts and Cultures and Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies are required to submit an example of critical and/or analytical writing. See below for all program-specific instructions.

    Global Arts and Cultures: Applicants are required to submit a writing sample that represents your strongest critical and/or analytical writing on a topic clearly related to Global Arts and Cultures. Please indicated if your writing sample is excerpted from a longer work. If it is, please make sure it forms a coherent argument and is framed such that the Admissions Committee understands its function as part of a longer work.

    Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies: Applicants are required to submit a writing sample that represents your strongest critical and/or analytical writing on a topic clearly related to Nature–Culture–Sustainability Studies. Please indicated if your writing sample is excerpted from a longer work. If it is, please make sure it forms a coherent argument and is framed such that the Admissions Committee understands its function as part of a longer work.

  6. Applicants are required to submit three letters of recommendation. Recommendation letters should be written by teachers or other professionals who have firsthand knowledge of your art or academic achievements and can comment on your potential for graduate study. You may invite your recommenders to upload their letters through your Applicant Portal. If your recommenders are unable to submit using this method, their letters may be emailed to admissions@risd.edu or mailed to the Graduate Admissions Office.

  7. English language proficiency test

    All applicants who speak English as a second language, including US citizens, must submit results from any one of these three options: TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), IELTS (International English Language Testing System) or Duolingo (an online English test). Since proficiency in English is a prerequisite for acceptance, applicants must attain an acceptable score on their chosen test; RISD requires a minimum result of 93 on the TOEFL or a 6.5 on the IELTS.

    Duolingo is changing its scoring system beginning with tests completed on July 15, 2019 and beyond. If you took this test prior to the change, we require a minimum result of 63. Applicants who completed the Duolingo test on or after July 15, 2019 must achieve a minimum score of 115, which is the equivalent of 63 in their prior scoring system.

    Plan to take the TOEFL or IELTS well in advance of the application deadline since it may take three weeks for your scores to be sent to RISD by the test agency. Duolingo test results may take up to four days to be received by RISD.

    The language test requirement may be waived for applicants who have studied in an institution where English is the language of instruction. You must contact the Admissions Office to explain your school history and determine if you are eligible.

    Graduate Record Exam (GRE)

    Results from the Graduate Record Examination are not required as part of the application process.

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There is no way currently to view the tag and see all the related content, you can only add the tags to specific content items. For example, you can't view the "apparel design" tab and see all the courses associated with it in the CMS. But you can view each course and see what department it's tagged with.

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Academic calendar

Stay aware of important school-year milestones, from course registration to crit week.

Dining menus

See daily specials and meal service hours for dining venues on campus.

Campus maps

Search locations for RISD buildings, departments and offices, studios and outdoor spaces on campus.

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Co-Works Research Lab

This research space brings together a cross-departmental community to experiment with advanced tools and techniques through peer tutoring, sponsored studios and interdisciplinary collaboration.

Fleet Library at RISD

With more than 150,000 circulating books, RISD’s library offers resources in art, design, architecture and more in a beautifully redesigned historic banking hall.

Nature Lab

Through imaging systems and access to more than 80,000 specimens, students explore design in nature at the meeting point of artistic and scientific research.

Color Lab

The lab’s collection of materials and objects makes this space ideal for exploring color across all art and design fields.

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Class of 2021 Q&A | Illustration

Four seniors in Illustration look back on how RISD has impacted their creative practices as they look forward to the future.

Transgressing the Feminized

Grad students Breslin Bell MFA 21 PR and Mariana Ramos Ortiz MFA 21 PR co-curate a multidisciplinary exhibition exploring intersections of gender, race and class.

Broadening the Design Canon

Three RISD Architecture students are working to build a more inclusive reference archive that integrates non-European forms.​

Class of 2021 Q&A | Industrial Design

As they complete their last semester, four graduating students offer their take on the RISD experience.​

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RISD Careers | Exhibition Opportunities

Join Exhibition Opportunities: Pathways to Approaching & Working with Galleries & Institutions, an online conversation to gain perspectives on creating and locating opportunities for your arts career. You'll hear directly from gallery and museum representatives who will offer specific tips and best practices. There will also be breakout groups where you can ask specific questions and have a dialogue with the guest arts professionals. This program continues our longstanding relationship with New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), which has brought us workshops covering the visual and multidisciplinary arts.

Visiting scholar | Sina Najafi

The Glass department welcomes scholar and curator Sina Najafi, editor-in-chief of Cabinet magazine, a Brooklyn-based nonprofit quarterly magazine of art and culture. Najafi has curated or co-curated such exhibitions as Philosophical Toys (apexart, 2005), Odd Lots: Revisiting Gordon Matta-Clark’s Fake Estates (White Columns and Queens Museum of Art, 2005), The Museum of Projective Personality Testing (Manifesta, 2008), The Bubble (Canadian Center for Architecture, 2009) and School of Death (Family Business, 2013). He studied Comparative Literature at Princeton, Columbia and New York University. Partial funding for this series comes from the Page Hazlegrove Fund.

Liberal Arts lecture | Ian Madrigal

The Liberal Arts division and Nature-Culture-Sustainability graduate program invite the RISD community to a talk by creative activist and political strategist Ian Madrigal on "Cause"-Play: Creative Activism to Dismantle Corporate Power and White Supremacy. Madrigal is behind the viral Monopoly Man appearances in Congress and the shaming of Trump DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen out of a Mexican restaurant. They are also an attorney, organizer and writer focused on racial and economic justice, trans/queer rights and radical democratic reform. Madrigal is currently working with a Black and Indigenous femme-led team to build a national movement for truth, reconciliation and reparations in the US.

ID lecture | Revolution is a Vibe

The Industrial Design department welcomes Black Studies scholar Marco McWilliams, who will present a talk called Revolution is a Vibe. exploring the ways in which we might understand Black Studies as a theoretically grounded critical approach toward social change. Using examples from the Black Radical Tradition and his own life, McWilliams will invite participants to examine the history and their role in it as freedom dreamers. Marco A. McWilliams is the associate director of Education and Training at The Center for Reconciliation and the founding instructor of the influential Black Studies program at DARE (Direct Action for Rights and Equality). With nearly two decades of experience in engaged scholarship work convening diverse learning communities, McWilliams has taught, lectured and workshopped broadly at colleges, middle/high schools, organizations and in faith communities. He received his BA in Africana Studies from Rhode Island College and is a graduate student in the Department of American Studies at Brown University.

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Co-Works Research Lab

This research space brings together a cross-departmental community to experiment with advanced tools and techniques through peer tutoring, sponsored studios and interdisciplinary collaboration.

Fleet Library at RISD

With more than 150,000 circulating books, RISD’s library offers resources in art, design, architecture and more in a beautifully redesigned historic banking hall.

Color Lab

The lab’s collection of materials and objects makes this space ideal for exploring color across all art and design fields.

Center for Arts & Language

Students interested in honing their communication skills for projects and professional development find peer tutoring and other support outside the classroom.

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Candace Baer | Vice President of Human Resources

Candace Baer joined RISD's leadership team in 2006. As head of RISD’s Human Resources Office, Baer oversees its mission to create a positive, inclusive work environment that attracts and supports a diverse community of talented professionals. An experienced human resources professional, she previously served as associate director of human resources at Smith College and vice president of organizational effectiveness at Merrill Lynch. Baer holds an MA in Organizational Communication from Emerson College.

Sarah Ganz Blythe | Interim Director of the RISD Museum

Sarah Ganz Blythe joined the RISD Museum in 2009 as director of education and then as deputy director for exhibitions, education and programs before assuming her current role as the museum's interim director. Investigating the complicated histories of museums, art pedagogy and interpretation in her own work, she holds a PhD in art history from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Previously Ganz Blythe served as director of interpretation and research at The Museum of Modern Art, New York and also held positions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Kent Kleinman | Provost

Provost Kent Kleinman leads the Academic Affairs division and works closely with the president to articulate RISD’s academic vision and direction. Before coming to RISD in 2019, he was the Gale and Ira Drukier Dean of the College of Architecture, Art and Planning at Cornell University and has taught at several institutions in the US and internationally.

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Celebrating Founders Day

The RISD community wraps up a month-long series of events honoring Helen Adelia Rowe Metcalf.

Pulling on the Thread

RISD’s Alumni Association launches a new podcast exploring how creativity really works.​

Julie Mehretu’s Reckoning with Success

The New York Times profiles alumna Julie Mehretu MFA 97 PT/PR, whose work will be on display at the Whitney Museum from March 25–August 8.

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Candace Baer, Vice President of Human Resources

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Deadlines

Jun 17

Deadline 1 - Start date

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Jun 16

Deadline 2 - Start and end dat

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Degree study collection

Undergraduate study

Gallery

Horizontal Card Feed

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animated character wearing green cosmetic face mask

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large group of gowned students throw their caps in the air

Media Right

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Erin Wang 20 PH helped create Thesis Shows 2020

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Sarah Surprise 20 TX

Media Right - Wide (full bleed)

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Title Left

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Infographics

2,227

total enrollment (2020/21)

1,736

undergraduate students (2020/21)

491

graduate students (2020/21)

Links box (hub)

Media

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Media - with caption box

Media - with overlay text, large title

Large Title

Media containing video content - YouTube video

Media containing video content - Vimeo video

Media (carousel) - images w/without captions

a large group of RISD students gather outside for an on-campus event

Page Title w/Image block

Statement

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Statement (accordion)

Statement (call to action)

Call to action

Statement (columns) - using 3 columns

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Statement headline 1

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Statement headline 2

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Statement headline 3

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Statement (columns) - using 1 column w/ a supporting statement

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Headline

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Supporting statement

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WYSIWYG

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“We’ve tried to create these big wow moments that bring people into the space, but some pieces are very quiet. It’s nice to come around a corner and discover them on an intimate level.”

Director of Campus Exhibitions Mark Moscone

WYSIWYG - with <h3> as initial content

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April 18, 2022

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Testing horizontal card feed block flexibility

Title 1 in title field

Subtitle using an h4 in wysiwyg

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Title 2 in title field

Subtitle using an h4 in wysiwyg

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Subtitle using an h4 in wysiwyg

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Title 3 in title field

Subtitle using an h4 in wysiwyg

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