Two student projects exploring art and religious expression win Dorner Prize support from the RISD Museum.
In an early April event on campus, a multidisciplinary group of experts addressed the problem of coastal sustainability within global and local contexts.
The results of the first comprehensive survey in 25 years show that 97% of respondents are proud of RISD and most want to be more engaged with the college.
A multidisciplinary exhibition curated by seniors Hannah Bartlett 19 FD and Raina Wellman 19 GD reflects on chairs as both objects and symbols.
Assistant Professor of Architecture Emanuel Admassu researches how evolving notions of global art and design play out across the African diaspora.
Keynote speaker Bryan Stevenson will highlight the commitment to equity and inclusion among RISD’s honored guests.
Designers Rachel Doriss 99 TX and Molly Haynes 14 TX create a new textiles collection for Pollack inspired by RISD’s Nature Lab.
Assistant Professor Ramón Rivera-Moret brings his vision to a new documentary about 19th-century newspaperman Joseph Pulitzer.
A Sony-supported residency is giving artist/educator Nitashia Johnson MAT 15 the momentum to move inspiring creative projects forward.