Winners in the library’s annual Baker & Whitehill Student Artists’ Book Contest join its extraordinary and growing collection.
The US Postal Service commissions graduate student Camille Chew to create artwork for its Lunar New Year stamp.
Visiting artist Dread Scott shares his vision for change with RISD students.
Students in three Wintersession travel courses learn through hands-on work with local artisans in Mexico.
Industrial designer Megan Valanidas uses bacteria-centered design to formulate bioplastics that decompose naturally.
Multidisciplinary artist Jazzmen Lee-Johnson works to transcend the legacies of enslaved peoples and gender inequality.
Students in three Wintersession classes delved deep into film movements focused on representation and self-expression.
An expansive exhibition at Woods-Gerry focuses on the inquiry at the heart of the first-year Experimental and Foundation Studies program.
Merging theory with technique, Assistant Professor Anastasiia Raina is reimagining the future of graphic design.