Vogue raves about new work by alumna Melissa McGill.
The New York Timesspeaks with Martine Gutierrez about ANTI-ICON, a Public Art Fund project appearing on bus shelters and billboards in several cities.
RISD alums Sabina Kariat, Jessina Leonard and Masha Ryskin will conduct research in Turkey, Germany and Israel during the 2021/22 academic year.
A Wall Street Journal review of Extraordinary Realities, the ongoing NYC retrospective presenting work by alumna Shahzia Sikander, describes the show as “visually lush and thought-provoking.”
In keeping with RISD’s strategic plan, this summer’s 10 Maharam fellows use their design skills to promote social justice and sustainability.
AIGA Eye on Design speaks with recent graduates—including three from RISD’s Graphic Design program—about the portfolios that got them jobs.
Artsy includes alums Sasha Gordon 20 PT and Timothy Lai MFA 17 PT in its collection of 16 US-based Asian artists to watch.
The New York Times describes the photographs of alumna Deana Lawson MFA 04 PH as regal, loving and unburdened, imagining a world in which Black people are free from the distortions of history.
The New York Times profiles alumna Julie Mehretu MFA 97 PT/PR, whose work will be on display at the Whitney Museum from March 25–August 8.