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Painter on Being Old in Art School

Noted historian and author Nell Irvin Painter MFA 11 PT returned to RISD for a conversation about aging, ambivalence, ambition and starting over in art school.

Revisiting the Unicorn

A moving documentary by experimental filmmakers Isabelle Dupuis and Tim Geraghty (who teaches at RISD) is garnering rave reviews.

Making the Cut on Project Runway

Less than two years after graduation, apparel designer Jamall Osterholm AP 17 is hoping that national media exposure will help him transform his brand into a business.

Four Alumni Earn Caldecott + Other Honors

RISD Illustration graduates have earned two 2019 Caldecott Honors and two YALSAs for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults.

Inspired by India’s Artisans

Sculptor Joshua Enck MFA 03 FD finds unparalleled creative inspiration as a Fulbright-Nehru Scholar in India.

Lifetime Achievement in Cinema

Acclaimed cinematographer Robert Richardson 79 FAV earns new accolades for his work on Hollywood’s most memorable films.

Polites Recognizes the Power of Place

An interview with Literary Arts and Studies faculty member Taylor Polites, who encourages students to engage with Providence’s rich history and diverse community.

Architecting the Infinite

In a Wintersession studio conceived to open up the imagination, students applied architectural principles to their own designs of fictional cosmic environments.

Quietly Revolutionary Film Up for an Oscar

Hale County This Morning, This Evening by RaMell Ross MFA 14 PH has been nominated for a 2019 Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary.