Now that she has retired from teaching at Northern Virginia Community College, sculptor and lecturer Rebecca Kamen MFA 78 SC is doing anything but slowing down.
Thirty K–12 art teachers from Rhode Island and beyond got their hands dirty and their energy restored at RISD’s second annual Teachers’ Studio Institute.
Artist Andrés Monzón-Aguirre 09 PT/CR is working to realize his dream for an international art center on his family’s former coffee plantation.
Having just learned he’s one of 20 artists nationwide to earn a 2013 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Arts Award, furniture designer and ceramist Louie Rigano 10 ID is getting ready to travel to London for a two-year stint at the Royal College of Art.
While touring Perkins School for the Blind as seniors last fall,Maeve Jopson 13 ID andCynthia Poon 13 ID were deeply touched by the scrappy ingenuity exhibited by the warm-hearted educators at the institution.
Leonardo DaVinci was famously an engineer, architect, scientist and, of course, a painter.
As any high-tech aficionado can tell you, Google Glass has swiftly transitioned from an Orwellian rumor to a user-friendly reality, with 10,000 of the lightweight wearable devices now out in the world as part of the Google Glass Explorer program.
Brooklyn-based graphic designer Lisa Maione 05 GD, principal of her own firm Instance, didn’t quite know what she was getting into when she decided to attend the first-ever Book Publishing Hackathon in New York City last March.
On Monday, June 24, US House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and Rhode Island Congressmen David Cicilline and Jim Langevin visited RISD to take part in a roundtable discussion about how design and critical making can reinvigorate Rhode Island’s economy in the coming years.