In Monumental Publics, students interrogated Providence’s history before turning to public spaces and monuments in Boston.
Students, families, friends, faculty and alumni joined together to welcome RISD’s newest alums into the fold.
Students across campus present the fruits of their labor to peers, faculty members and visiting critics
Grad Show 2023 offers visitors a peek inside the studios of artists and designers working in 19 different areas of study.
Students presented their senior thesis work in the Fleet Library at RISD in Epilogue .
The once-vibrant, multiracial Providence community was razed in the 1800s to make room for the railroad and the Rhode Island State House.
More than 40 live-action and animated films featured in four-night festival.
Faculty member Griffin Smith welcomes the creative opportunities evolving artificial intelligence tools provide.
Shey Rivera Ríos and Ruchika Nambiar collaborate with research designers from the MIT Game Lab to explore how games can be used to subvert oppressive narratives.