Four recent graduates are included in Forbes’ annual roundup of emerging talents.
W Magazine speaks with the Architecture alum about the “genre-breaking” design firm he founded with Andre Herrero.
The RISD community celebrates the 15th president’s indelible mark on the institution and the world.
Hyperallergic describes the Painting MFA’s work as a “hallucinatory experience of isolation or a fairly run-of-the-mill orgy.”
Alum Ying Bonny Cai spent a year in Seoul studying traditional Korean apparel with contemporary makers reviving and modernizing ancient customs.
The New York Times presents a profile of the Painting/Printmaking MFA, a Pakistani native whose work explores colonialism, migration, gender and hyphenated identities.
New grad Fengijao Ge presents an innovative project at this year’s Antenna conference that repurposes textiles waste to combat erosion.
Vogue reports on the Brooklyn-based Photography MFA’s $100,000 honorarium and her portraits chronicling the Black diaspora.
Time Magazine includes Painting alum Julie Mehretu on its annual list of cultural luminaries.