New hub for community engagement will support and build upon existing initiatives and develop new opportunities for mutually beneficial relationships.
The Providence Journal reflects on Don’t You Sit Down: Shades of Jim Crow, 1960– exhibition designed by RISD’s Interior Architecture department.
RISD’s Center for Complexity designs a suite of solutions intended to advance health equity and reduce adverse medical outcomes for patients of color.
An interactive on-campus exhibition brings to life the civil rights movement and ongoing struggle against racism and segregation in the US.
Husband-and-wife educators endawnis Spears and Cassius Spears, Jr. kick off the Liberal Arts division’s spring lecture series.
New RISD First-Generation to College Pre-Orientation Program will offer a multifaceted experience for incoming students.
SEI Faculty Fellow Ernest A. Bryant III challenges students to find new meaning in the images that surround all of us.
SEI Fellow Jane’a Johnson studies violence, visual culture and how race is reflected in archives and museums.
Faculty, curators and librarians come together for a semester-long seminar on decolonization that builds on the institution’s commitment to advancing social equity and inclusion.