Ghanaian undergraduate Abena Acheampong Danquah wins a Creative Futures Grant from the Black Artists + Designers Guild.
Visiting scholar Namita Gupta Wiggers encourages RISD students to use research as a way of catalyzing community, action and visibility.
Full-time faculty members to join RISD in fall 2021 as a result of the “Race in Art & Design” cluster hire initiative.
RISD’s Continuing Education division partners with multiple nonprofits to support BIPOC youth interested in pursuing careers in art and design.
Three rising museum professionals help to make the RISD Museum a place where everyone feels welcome and represented.
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.