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.
Students in a fall studio highlighting humans’ impact on the natural world get encouraging critique from returning alum and wildlife artist Walton Ford.
Students in a research seminar led by Associate Professor Eric Anderson analyze groundbreaking home design projects headed up by late Industrial Design faculty member Marc Harrison.
Students in a fall Ceramics studio led by Associate Professor Lesley Baker are introducing printmaking techniques into their work.
RISD’s Jewelry + Metalsmithing department collaborates with Project Open Door to offer young artists the first on-campus studio of its kind.
First-year Landscape Architecture students learn valuable skills of the trade by collaborating on an observation deck at Tillinghast Farm.
Students in a graduate architecture seminar use photogrammetry to express their visions for the built environment.
RISD’s Liberal Arts division welcomes sponsors of creative writing contest Imagine 2200: Climate Fiction for Future Ancestors.