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Redesigning Environmentalism

Ian Quate MLA 11 is helping to redefine landscape architecture through an interdisciplinary research project focused on cleaning up Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal.

Rauschenberg's Legacy

As senior curator at the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, David White 62 IA honors his former colleague's legacy through a variety of projects related to the artist.

Restoring RI’s Coastal Waters

Students in Landscape Architecture and Sculpture joined an interdisciplinary team of designers and scientists to install sculptural reefs along a waterway at India Point Park in Providence.

Unbound by Convention

As a Guggenheim Fellow, painter and Assistant Professor Angela Dufresne plans to cultivate her work in Italy, where she’ll also serve as chief critic for RISD’s European Honors Program in Rome.

The Nth Whoopee of Sight

In concurrent shows hosted by alumni Terry Seaman 69 PT and Heidi Seidelhuber 70 PT, Studio 53 Fine Arts in Maine is celebrating the work and legacies of late RISD professors Robert Hamilton 39 PT and Gerry Immonen.

Activist in the Making

Rising senior Lucy Crelli 17 AP hopes to pursue a career at the intersection of art, design and activism.

DIY Wearable for Kids

A tech-for-kids company co-founded by alumna Bethany Koby 00 GD has created a new wearable that gets kids moving and learning how to build new technology.

Giżycki Honored in Zagreb

Polish filmmaker Marcin Giżycki, a senior critic in the History of Art and Visual Culture department, recently accepted the Animafest Zagreb Award for Outstanding Contributions to Animation Studies.

Ready to Work

New graduate Luke Gordon 16 ID is excited to join a team of industrial design consultants in the San Francisco office of SYPartners.