Students gather constructive criticism and practice presenting their work in a professional setting at RISD’s annual Design Portfolio Review.
This year's Dorner Prize goes to an outdoor installation critiquing institutional bias and a performance piece meditating on slavery, the civil rights movement and the beauty of black people.
RISD was recently featured in two international publications about its role as a leader in design thinking.
During a visit to RISD on Friday, March 17, Rhode Island Senator Jack Reed spoke ardently against White House proposals to eliminate key federal cultural agencies.
Earlier this month students in Digital + Media participated in Since The Epoch, an exhibition at Boston Cyberarts Gallery that caught the attention of the local creative community.
Architect and artist Ming-Yi Wong MArch 10/PB 11 GL brings a studio approach to her work at the National Park Service in Washington, DC.
In work on view at the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland, ME, Illustration alum Annie Bailey 10 IL has expressed her fondness for maritime history through an anachronistic storytelling medium that dates back to the 18th century.
Junior Natalya Kornblum-Laudi 18 PH is unafraid to challenge others through her photography—and is determined to keep challenging herself.