Taking chances in and out of the studio is opening doors for graduating Illustration major Zharia Shinn.
Master's degree candidates showcase the culmination of their creative efforts in this year's lively and impressive graduate thesis exhibition at the Providence Convention Center.
An ambitious symposium considers how the bones of a ruined house can spark dialogue about memory, preservation and institutionalized racism.
Proud Project Open Door participants share work, stories and plans for the future at the end-of-year exhibition.
A massive new book edited by Illustration Department Head Susan Doyle captures the global impact of illustrators on human knowledge.
Playful work by graduating graphic designer Can Yang seamlessly blends Eastern and Western motifs.
Fanciful and well-crafted looks by Apparel Design seniors wowed the crowd at the runway show known as Collection 18.
A trio of visiting scholars delves into questions of censorship, exploitation, power dynamics and the importance of engaging in difficult conversations.
Lothar Windels, head of Furniture Design, works with Sara Ossana and Jonathan Glatt of O&G Studio to design the Sakonnet chair.