Five affordable, net-zero homes designed in a RISD studio are being built in Providence’s Olneyville neighborhood.
Illustrator Julia Rothman 02 IL teams up with writer Shaina Feinberg for Scratch, a new biweekly column in The New York Times.
Typeface designer Tobias Frere-Jones recently accepted the Cooper Hewitt’s 2019 award for Communication Design.
An experimental film featuring costumes by Jamall Osterholm 17 AP wins a Student Academy Award.
An ongoing exhibition highlights the work and personal stories of 20 RISD community members living with disabilities.
Street artist Shepard Fairey 92 IL paints his 100th mural in Providence, where it all began.
The Center for Art in Wood hosts an exhibition of contemporary female woodworkers, including several with RISD connections.
In an eye-opening exhibition, grad students in Digital + Media investigated a wide range of social and scientific phenomena.
RISD’s Architecture, Interior Architecture and Landscape Architecture programs rank well in the 2019/20 survey of America’s top architecture and design schools.