Artist and former Black Panther Party member Emory Douglas shares highlights from more than 50 years of creative resistance.
Students invited this year’s MLK honoree Emory Douglas to lead an open critique of the student-curated -ISMS exhibition.
Sculpture grad students Makia Sharp MFA 17 SC and Ellie Tomlinson MFA 17 SC are co-teaching a Wintersession course called Intersecting Dimensions.
Artist/activist Shepard Fairey 92 IL worked with The Amplifier Foundation to share a message of inclusivity at the 2017 US presidential inauguration.
Textiles faculty member Gina Gregorio 92 TX creates wearables with a message for the Women’s March on Washington.
Designer Yuki Murata MID 02 hopes to make the city she calls home a hub for design-centered problem solving addressing global issues such as nuclear proliferation.
Students, faculty and staff members volunteer in record numbers for RISD's MLK Day of Service 2017.
Cyclo-cross enthusiasts David Kessler 18 ID, Lizzie Wright 18 ID and Marcus Peabody MFA 19 GD devote most weekends to bicycle racing.
Digital + Media grad students are teaching a trio of Wintersession studios they conceived of themselves to explore how technology shapes – and is shaped by – history and culture.