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Dolls of Dissent

Boston-area artist and curator Kimberly Becker speaks out on behalf of women everywhere against injustice and inequality.

Leaning Local

Asher Rodriquez-Dunn and his Studio DUNN team have made a home in Providence and a name for themselves in the world of furniture and lighting design.

(Re)connecting at the Design Portfolio Review

At an annual event hosted by RISD Careers, hundreds of students gain invaluable insights from a range of professionals—including alumni eager to advise emerging designers.

Natural Wonders

Los Angeles-based artist David Wiseman prepares to show new work inspired by nature in a solo exhibition at Kasmin Gallery in NYC.

Breaking Glass Boundaries

Pioneering glass artist Therman Statom returns to RISD to speak with students about the value of building community.

Designing for the Home

Furniture designer Debra Folz collaborates with West Elm on a collection of modern, functional pieces featuring simple and unexpected details.

Invested in Design for the Greater Good

With support from a Slavin Family Foundation Fellowship, dual degree student Kate Reed is strengthening her commitment to socially engaged design.

Painter on Being Old in Art School

Noted historian and author Nell Irvin Painter 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.