Professor of Illustration Jean Blackburn 79 PT and History of Art and Visual Culture Lecturer Dalia Linssen have each earned RISD’s highest academic honor: the John R.
Having landed a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation grant, Myles Dunigan 10 PR is pursuing a master’s at the University of Kansas—where he looks forward to connecting with other RISD alumni.
Pakistani native Farhan Mian BArch 14 has made midtown Manhattan his home away from home since starting at RISD in 2009.
Thanks in part to a RISD Graduate Studies Grant, Chilean mixed-media artist Josefina Muñoz Torres MFA 13 GL has spent much of this year delving into nomadic life and its relationship to the notion of home.
On Saturday, June 1, as 197 graduate and 462 undergraduate students waited restlessly in line for the start of RISD’s 2013 Commencement ceremony, many took the opportunity to adjust their eye-catching graduation paraphernalia – from papier-mâché creatures to fake flowers to unorthodox objects, all creatively incorporated into the overall look.
“Love is our highest purpose,” noted design visionary Bruce Mau in delivering the Commencement keynote at last Saturday’s ceremony.
An experimental spring studio sheds light on changing ecosystems by focusing on migrating marine duck species that winter in Rhode Island.
In our increasingly homogenized global society, artists and designers are exploring historical and ethnographic traditions in order to create meaningful, culturally significant work.
Birch, an award-winning restaurant in Providence, commissioned Ceramics students to create tableware to complement its menu and décor.