News and Events
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.
The second-year teaching and research fellow shows students how the built environment can shed light on issues of race, class, gender and more.
RISD’s 11th annual MLK Series keynote speaker addresses public art and the importance of creating space for Black artists.
Members of RISD's growing community of sound artists and researchers discuss how the evolving studio contributes to the college’s overall educational mission.
Rhode Island PBS takes a look inside the Edna W. Lawrence Nature Lab at RISD.
SEI Teaching and Research Fellow Zoé Samudzi explores images of violence and death and how humanitarian photography may or may not influence the viewer’s behavior.
Furniture designer Urvi Sharma and painter Anna Weyant are both included in this year’s Art & Style list, bringing the total number of RISD alums cited over the years to 51.