All 95 undergraduate and graduate student in Interior Architecture collaborated on this year’s five-day charette, a challenge to design a better classroom for young children with autism.
Centuries-old textiles in the amazing collection at the RISD Museum inspire students to create stunning contemporary work in response to specific pieces.
Interested in how textile design can empower rural communities, Maharam Fellows Lyza Baum 16 TX and Emilie Jehng 16 TX researched natural dye practices on the remote Filipino island of Bohol.
RI Youth Conservation League volunteers help RISD grad students make habitats for species known to improve coastal water quality.
A team of RI educators is preparing to test sculptural forms designed to attract marine life in the waters off India Point Park.
In Germ Studio, students devise medical tools that reduce health-care associated infections while addressing issues related to patient comfort.
Museum Fellow Edith Young 16 PH helps curator Kate Irvin care for historically significant fashions and fabrics.
As a RISD Museum Fellow, Margaret Finaly 16 CR worked with a professional conservator in caring for prized objects in the collection.
Work by students in this spring’s Witness Tree studio is being exhibited at the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site in New York state.