A Wintersession global studies course led by Lucy Spelman and Andrea Dezsö considers the important role that artists and designers can play in environmental conservation.
RISD’s 11th annual MLK Series keynote speaker addresses public art and the importance of creating space for Black artists.
Brown|RISD Dual-Degree student Njari Anderson discusses the emotions behind Fountain, his Dorner Prize-winning sculpture now on view at the RISD Museum.
As the semester comes to a close, grads and undergrads in every department gather constructive criticism for their inspiring work.
The Illustration department’s new graduate program aims to transform the field by inspiring self-authorship and social engagement.
RISD’s Interior Architecture department revisits a state-of-the-art installation presenting green retrofits to the iconic bridge connecting Newport and Jamestown, RI.
Architecture students present innovative and sustainable building designs to nonprofit client What Cheer Flower Farm.
Sophomores in a fall Sculpture studio make work that invites the viewer to physically engage with it.