As part of a series of talks related to RISD's new liberal arts master's programs, scholar Jesse Jenkins urged students to explore all avenues in addressing global environmental challenges.
Repair and Design Futures, a multidisciplinary exhibition at the RISD Museum, investigates mending as material intervention, metaphor and call to action.
Brooklyn-based illustrator Marly Gallardo recently completed a poster designed to bring RISD to the attention of high school students across the country.
Matilsha Marxuach, Amy Devers and Jerrelle Guy spoke about how the flexibility they learned at RISD has helped them pivot professionally.
Educator Tom Flint develops a series of filmmaking workshops that bring together teens from radically diverse backgrounds.
How to Read Nancy, by Illustration faculty member Paul Karasik and his friend Mark Newgarden, illuminates the art of comics by analyzing the Ernie Bushmiller classic.
Now back in her home country, alumna Mudita Pasari is using her design expertise to promote sustainability and environmental awareness.
In an exhibition at Sol Koffler Graduate Student Gallery, books by 37 recent alumni shed light on new approaches to writing a thesis.
RISD raised $16.7 million in new support during 2017/18, making it the second most successful fundraising year ever.