Assistant Professors Sara Jordenö and Judy Kim guide students through post-production in preparation for early May film festival.
Undergraduate students Pei-Yu Hung and Andres Guevara organize a wide-ranging storytelling series for a Collaborative Study Project focused on Indigenous oral traditions.
Grad students Ann Lewis and Viraj Mithani, undergrad Yuqing Liu and recent alumna Elizabeth Meiklejohn use SPUR funding to conduct research in the US and abroad.
Faculty member Marisa Mazria Katz helps students tell real-world stories using unconventional forms of expression.
The designer, who is currently studying for a Graphic Design MFA at RISD, shares how activism and design can be intertwined.
The contest attracted 68 handmade student submissions and awarded four purchase prizes of up to $500 and four honorable mentions.
Students spent three weeks learning from local experts and engaging in lab experiments before presenting final concepts.
The Category Is…, a six-week Apparel Design course, culminated in students creating wearable architectural garments for a runway-style finale.
A Sculpture course called Complicating Social Practice helped students develop critical capacities for integrating community-oriented methodologies into their practices.