Undergraduate students Pei-Yu Hung and Andres Guevara organize a wide-ranging storytelling series for a Collaborative Study Project focused on Indigenous oral traditions.
Faculty member Marisa Mazria Katz helps students tell real-world stories using unconventional forms of expression.
A brief interview with one of RISD’s Schiller Family Assistant Professors in Race in Art and Design.
A daylong conference organized by Assistant Professor Amelyn Ng brings together artists, architects, scholars and urban planners from across the Americas.
The Category Is…, a six-week Apparel Design course, culminated in students creating wearable architectural garments for a runway-style finale.
A Sculpture course called Complicating Social Practice helped students develop critical capacities for integrating community-oriented methodologies into their practices.
Faculty members Catherine Andreozzi and Joy Ko lead a Wintersession course inspired by Jaipur’s rich handcrafting traditions.
Martin Smick’s long-running Wintersession course invites students to consider what museums tell us about our past and how they might guide us towards a more equitable and sustainable future.
Half a century ago, Marc Harrison built a prototype for a home that would accommodate people of all ages and abilities. Now his daughter has restored it.