Museum Fellow Edith Young 16 PH helps curator Kate Irvin care for historically significant fashions and fabrics.
“So what if you have talent? Then what? You have to figure out how to work your way inside,” the one and only John Waters told the 669 graduating students at RISD’s 2015 Commencement on Saturday, May 30.
After zipping into a stretchy jumpsuit, six-year-old Petra attaches “muscles” – made of magnets embedded in soft red pillows – to her small arms and legs.
As a RISD Museum Fellow, Margaret Finaly 16 CR worked with a professional conservator in caring for prized objects in the collection.
Work by students in this spring’s Witness Tree studio is being exhibited at the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site in New York state.
Students in a cross-disciplinary spring studio dream up designs for a proposed Museum of Climate Change in Manhattan.
Two teams of RISD-educated entrepreneurs will refine their products this summer as part of Boston’s MassChallenge Accelerator program.
New graduate Jake Sienkiewycz 15 ID/PH brings his love for the outdoors and everything he learned at RISD to his work at Vermont-based outdoor equipment startup Finn Utility.
Given his deep, ongoing explorations into contemporary theater and performance studies, it’s no surprise that Assistant Professor of Literary Arts + Studies Avishek Ganguly would jump at the opportunity to develop a new course supported by the Robert L.