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Huxtable’s Breathless Delivery

Speaking to students and faculty, the shape-shifting artist traces her path from research to performance to solo exhibition and back again.

Wong Plays with Absurd Ideas

Visiting architect Dong-Ping Wong talks about his unique approach with both undergraduate and graduate students.

Pursuing a Different Type

Tapped by Japanese type company Morisawa, type designer Cyrus Highsmith 97 GD is establishing the Providence Drawing Office with help from two recent graduates.

Drawing on Mexican Culture

Dean Kelly 98 IL, a story artist for Pixar, talks about his role in bringing Coco to life on the big screen.

Visualizing the Environment through Comics

For a new class in Literary Arts and Studies, students are exploring—and making—sequential art that challenges how we understand the natural world.

Finch Focuses on Perception

Thriving multidisciplinary artist Spencer Finch MFA 89 SC shares with students his unique, experiential approaches to making work.

Earning Meaningful Support

With support from the newly established Seth MacFarlane Endowed Scholarship Fund, aspiring filmmaker Naomi Bradford 19 FAV is focused on bringing her creative vision to life.

Recent Grad Explores Paradoxes of Place

Through his emerging fine art practice, recent Landscape Architecture graduate Senbo Yang MLA 16 is focusing on the effects of displacement among 21st-century nomads.

Seeing the Future in Seoul

RISD's semester-long program in Seoul invites students to connect with Korean alumni and explore a country of great geopolitical and cultural significance.