RISD's semester-long program in Seoul invites students to connect with Korean alumni and explore a country of great geopolitical and cultural significance.
A department-wide charette challenges Interior Architecture students to revitalize a downtown Woonsocket, RI neighborhood by designing an outdoor community performance space.
At a screening of his film Two Trains Runnin’, director Sam Pollard encouraged students to embrace the challenge of turning history into socially conscious documentaries.
While balancing two demanding careers, author/illustrator and trauma nurse Jennifer Polan 01 IL is discovering unexpected synergies between them.
Senior Zenzele Ojore 18 PH returns from a summer internship in Uganda with surprising new insights about her own identity as a black American artist.
Pulitzer-prize winning critic Hilton Als delivers the 2017 Gail Silver Memorial Lecture.
A look at how the Glass department teaches students to take risks, cross disciplinary divides and write their own stories as professional artists.
MLK lecture series speaker Lee Mun Wah asks members of the RISD community to reflect and reset through the art of mindful inquiry.
At the inaugural Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, recent RISD grads showed work addressing the future of housing in the South Korean megacity.