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.
Interior Architecture students debate the fate of Civil Rights leader Rosa Parks’ former home in Detroit.
Visiting artist Dionne Lee questions the makers and motives behind historical American landscape photography.
Since August 2019 RISD has raised $15 million to fund a new program that recruits and supports outstanding graduate students.
RISD launches a job search for no fewer than 10 new faculty members specializing in race, decolonization and cultural representation.
Rhode Island School of Design is hiring 10 faculty members focused on race and decoloniality in the arts as part of a wider plan to tackle systemic racism.
Director John W. Smith announces deaccession of Head of a King (Oba) and plans to bring needed focus to Native American art and design via New Americas Research Initiative.
The RISD community offers record-setting support for the college and its mission.