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Building a Cohesive Body of Work

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.

Reflections from Hilton Als

Pulitzer-prize winning critic Hilton Als delivers the 2017 Gail Silver Memorial Lecture.

50 Years of Wonder

A look at how the Glass department teaches students to take risks, cross disciplinary divides and write their own stories as professional artists.

Listening to Our Differences

MLK lecture series speaker Lee Mun Wah asks members of the RISD community to reflect and reset through the art of mindful inquiry.

Housing Scaled for Seoul

At the inaugural Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, recent RISD grads showed work addressing the future of housing in the South Korean megacity.

Typefaces That Work

Inspired type designer Nina Stössinger offers wise advice at the third annual Updike Prize for Student Type Design Awards ceremony.

Adaptive Reuse in Context

New Assistant Professor Stefano Corbo teaches graduate students to see the practice of interior architecture as a conversation between the past and present.

RISD Team Delivers

Assistant Professor of Architecture Brett Schneider and a team of students temporarily transform Brooklyn’s Navy Yard into an elegant backdrop for the Beaux Arts Ball.

Finding Common Creative Ground

As of this fall RISD students can pursue interdisciplinary concentrations in two new areas: Drawing or Computation, Technology and Culture.