This year’s Witness Tree studio challenged students to build wooden objects reflecting on the legacy of John, Abigail and John Quincy Adams and to consider how slavery shaped the US.
Graduating Brown|RISD Dual Degree students present thought-provoking final projects.
In a new spring graduate seminar and lecture series, students and members of the RISD community considered the complexities of making meaningful art of the moment.
Thousands of family members and friends celebrate the accomplishments of the 672 new graduates who collected their hard-earned degrees on Saturday, June 2.
Graduating master’s degree students celebrate their profound achievements at the annual Graduate Hooding Ceremony.
Recent graduate Renee Yu Jin reflects on the “lovable” problems of sculpture and the insight she has gained about privilege and art-making.
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.