At RISD Weekend 17, four young alumni explain how they’re harnessing their passion for the natural sciences and building ecologically focused practices.
Beginning in fall 2018, students in two new graduate programs in Liberal Arts will grapple with the complexities of globalization and urgent ecological challenges.
Poet Jen Bervin explores the intersection of text and textiles in Silk Poems, just published this fall after seven years of research.
The legendary singer, writer and artist offers students inspiring advice about staying true to one’s craft.
Farah Altaweel MA 17 talks about transitions and her unconventional approach to combatting #fakenews.
Senior Sydney Foreman 18 TX reflects on a nine-week internship in Brooklyn working to assist and learn from accomplished textiles artist Liz Collins 91 TX/MFA 99.
Graphic Design Department Head Lucinda Hitchcock designs a digital message board for RIPTA buses as part of the state's newly launched Poetry in Motion project.
As the first speaker in RISD’s Community Dialogues series, activist and author Jeff Chang urged students to make art that advocates for social justice.
As the keynote speaker at DESIGN WEEK RI, Anthony Pannozzo 91 ID offers an inspiring talk about the future of design.