These days, when people think about borders, fences and the American West, they can hardly help but think about the polarizing debate over illegal immigration.
On April 7 RISD President John Maeda accepted a 2010 AIGA Medal at a special event hosted by the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) in New York City.
At its June 4 Commencement ceremony, RISD will confer honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degrees on three individuals who have made significant contributions to the worlds of art, design and education.
When technology and science merge with art and design, wonderful things happen.
It’s the kind of name an A-list indie band would kill for: Rich Brilliant Willing.
Eliot Bassett-Cann BArch 13 didn’t spend last Saturday night carousing, catching up on long overdue shut-eye or even immersed in studio work.
In preparation for a capital campaign supporting a major new physical facility, the Martha’s Vineyard [MA] Historical Society sought RISD’s assistance in creating a fresh visual presence for its museum—one that reflects the museum’s importance as both a repository of history and a contemporary cultural resource.
This summer RISD has joined colleges and universities across the country in assigning a selected book to all incoming freshmen, a kind of book club bonding experience that hastaken off in higher education in the last decade.
RISD partners with Providence and local arts groups to reimagine downtown as a destination for the arts .