New Apparel Design graduates blew the crowd away at a standing-room-only show in NYC.
An exhibition featuring the work of students participating in RISD Global programs frames travel as both a catalyst and a point of connection.
As 768 new students arrive on campus, Orientation leaders and others encourage them to make connections and consider context.
In July students participated in an intensive summer program investigating new ways of making poetic work in response to place.
A juried exhibition at the RISD Museum pairs pieces from the permanent collection with work created last spring in RISD’s Textiles department.
As a summer intern at Running Man studio in NYC, Film/Animation/Video major Sarah Novak-Sheward 19 FAV gets a feel for TV production.
In collaborating with fellow New Yorkers, designer Pam Prichett 82 GL rediscovers the joy of working with her hands—and launches a new business in the process.
Based on the promise of her work, Graphic Design senior Tasnima Tanzim 18 GD earns the Type Directors Club’s 2017 Beatrice Warde Scholarship.
Through an NSF-funded summer internship at the Nature Lab, students from RISD and Roger Williams University create a website to help kids better understand the value of marine life.