“Everyone has an interesting story deep down within themselves,” says Professor of Graphic DesignJan Baker.
It started as a dare.
Students in Architecture, Foundation Studies, Industrial Design and Interior and Landscape Architecture participated in a series of special interdisciplinary courses focused on a future in which gadgets and machines help ease the burden of household chores.
Inspired by artistTomory Dodge 98 PT, who graduated from RISD more than a decade before he arrived on campus himself, Arthur Peña MFA 12 PT interviewed the Los Angeles-based painter and then welcomed him to campus to give an artist’s talk on April 17, 2012.
Intricate folded-paper sculpture created by students inPamela Unwin-Barkley’s Spatial Dynamics Foundation studios go on display tomorrow atClad In, a designer clothing shop in Providence’s Wayland Square.
After working on dozens of blockbuster films, jewelry designer Dana Schneider 82 SC felt like she won the lottery when asked to create the iconic mockingjay pin for The Hunger Games.
At first glance, the group on stage had nothing in common.
Invite an interdisciplinary artist known for experimenting with storytelling into a library and what do you get? An unconventional narrative.
Lately, artist Amy Goodwin 87 ID has been obsessed with an eclectic set of things she sums up as “roses, gardens, campfires and rabbits.