A Fulbright project focused on Vienna’s venerable opera tradition turns into a lifetime calling for alumnus Alex McCargar BArch 11.
Celebrated author and activist Roxane Gay, RISD’s 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. keynote speaker, shares her perspectives on body image, sexual violence and resilience.
A retrospective exhibition on view in Worcester, MA presents ethereal work artist Esther Solondz MFA 80 PH creates by collaborating with the natural world.
The 2018 iteration of RISD’s Student Artist’s Book Competition teems with brilliant work.
As Photography major Zai Rutter 19 PH prepares for a reading-intensive independent study this spring, issues of identity, language and authenticity are top of mind.
In an interdisciplinary Wintersession studio, students transform architectural glass and mirrors into visually arresting sculptural work.
RISD is once again named the top producer of US Fulbright students among special-focus four-year institutions.
Brown/RISD dual degree student Nadia Wolff BRDD 21 TX considers how religion relates to race, sexuality and global colonization.
At a talk co-sponsored by RISD and Brown, #MeToo movement leader Tarana Burke inspired students through her personal history of advocacy.