The Cool City Project headed up by RISD faculty member Nick De Pace looks to use the city’s existing infrastructure to combat life-threatening heat waves.
Students in a fall Ceramics studio led by Associate Professor Lesley Baker are introducing printmaking techniques into their work.
SEI Research Fellow Nichole Rustin engages RISD students in contemporary political questions and develops their skills as liberal arts scholars.
RISD’s Jewelry + Metalsmithing department collaborates with Project Open Door to offer young artists the first on-campus studio of its kind.
RISD’s Liberal Arts division welcomes sponsors of creative writing contest Imagine 2200: Climate Fiction for Future Ancestors.
President Williams sits down with Providence artist Nafis M. White to discuss inclusion, equity in the arts and her dreams for RISD’s future.
Students in a fall Glass studio taught by Sean Salstrom use movement and choreography as a starting point for experimentation.
A three-day gathering organized by RISD’s Center for Complexity brings to light insights, mindsets and practices for productive problem solving in the wake of disaster.