In RISD’s newest academic concentration, students create ambitious work at the intersection of art and digital technology.
In a presentation hosted by the RI Chamber of Commerce, Airbnb cofounder Joe Gebbia 05 GD/ID spoke about the entrepreneurial advantages of knowing how to solve problems the way he learned at RISD.
Contributing to its critical and popular success, six RISD alumni were invited to show work in the 2017 Whitney Biennial.
At RISD’s 2017 Commencement ceremony, speakers urged graduates to reflect on who they’ve become and how they can impact the world.
As an outgrowth of her ongoing Salad for President project, artist Julia Sherman 06 PH has released an enticing new cookbook focused on artists who are also creative in the kitchen.
The Museum of Glass in Tacoma, WA presents a remarkable retrospective of sculptural glass jewelry by pioneering studio artist Linda MacNeil 76 SC.
In a public event this May, Interior Architecture grad students responded to the effects of climate change with radical plans for a seaside neighborhood in Newport, RI.
Students in this year’s Witness Tree Project studio reflect on immigration by creating objects from a fallen elm that stood in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for 150 years.
In a public pop-up installation in May students showed powerful work that surfaced the legacy of slavery in Rhode Island.