Illustrator Michael Sloan and writer Jake Halpern earn a Pulitzer Prize for a New York Times cartoon on the Syrian refugee crisis.
Two art students from Puerto Rico are studying at RISD this semester as part of an AICAD exchange program initiated in the aftermath of Hurricane María.
During a visit to campus in mid April, poet and indigenous rights activist Allison Adelle Hedge Coke inspired students to address urgent social and environmental issues.
Artist Cai Guo-Qiang, photographer Annie Leibovitz and robotics pioneer David Hanson are being recognized at this year’s ceremony.
We Come in Peace, a new installation by Huma Bhabha 85 PR, brings an otherworldly feel to the roof of the Metropolitan Museum in NYC.
A two-person exhibition at Haines Gallery in San Francisco showcases breathtaking images by photographer Linda Connor paired with sculpture by Zhan Wang.
Visiting artist Walton Ford paints stunning pictures alluding to the disastrous impact of humans on the natural world.
At the end of March, students participating in Alternative Spring Break traveled to Acadia National Park to create, plan and execute a service experience from the ground up.
Associate Professor Paolo Cardini leads a RISD symposium in Rome focused on non-Western, student-conceived visions of the future.