Ryan Mather 15 ID is thrilled to start work as an interdisciplinary designer at littleBits – a New York-based company that manufactures DIY electronics kits.
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Students in a collaborative Co-Works studio are using digital tools to design a modular, adaptable display system for the RISD WORKS retail shop.
The public will get to see a juried selection of the best work made by RISD’s up-and-coming apparel designers at Collection 2015.
At Critical Design/Critical Futures, makers, writers, practitioners and educators exchanged ideas about the ways contemporary design influences forthcoming political, social and economic engagement.
Brooklyn-based artist Mia Pearlman speaks to RISD students about her magical site-specific installations.
A visit from photojournalist and activist Richard Ross inspires RISD students to pursue social justice projects.
Two visiting designers from Microsoft offer a workshop for students and alumni interested in designing for people with disabilities.
In January, RISD’s Career Center hosted an event that offered professional advice for students hoping to break into the fine art market.
Students in a cross-disciplinary studio make visceral works inspired by our largest – and perhaps most alluring – organ.
Senior Chloé Bulpin 15 IL stashes packages of water bugs, silkworms, crickets – even armored scorpions – in her freezer when hosting dinners to normalize eating insects.
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