Students participating in this year’s Alternative Spring Break project traveled to Washington, DC to investigate a diversity of approaches to political activism.
Eight RISD students in Furniture Design and Textiles are exhibiting crocheted and knitted furniture as part of Italy’s renowned design triennial.
Alexandra Ju 16 JM recently presented her robotic jewelry work at an international conference in the Netherlands.
Building on his work with the National Park Service last summer, Maharam STEAM Fellow Joseph Fellows 16 SC is teaching a 3D imaging workshop this month in Colorado.
Sophomore Nina Ripich 18 PT finds solace and creative freedom by connecting with horses in RISD’s equestrian club.
As an Interior Architecture major, international Fulbright scholar Clara Marhló MA 16 is learning to adapt and enhance commonplace structures.
Students present their work and welcome feedback from a diverse group of professionals at RISD’s 2016 Design Portfolio Review.
With his high school slacker days behind him, Felix Beaudry 18 TX responds well to the challenge of exceeding high expectations.
Sophomore Mei Lenehan 18 GD finds value in selecting classes that intellectually complement one another.