When architect Eduardo
Benamor Duarte had an idea for building with porcelain blocks, he turned to
RISD’s Ceramics department experts for help.
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A series of workshops linking RISD and the MIT Media Lab has set the stage for this month's CreativeMornings “pop-up” event at RISD, part of an international conversation on the intersection of arts and technology.
Art and technology make for a
powerful mix, as creative thinkers around the world will confirm during a
series of inspiring breakfast talks in June.
poet and Associate Professor Mairéad
Byrne curates and hosts a monthly feast of poetry, music and performance
open to the Providence public.
As part of SmART Schools, a research-based K–12 reform initiative, Industrial Design faculty member Amy Leidtke is leading two mini-institutes this spring to help Rhode Island math and science teachers incorporate art and design into their lesson plans.
Foundation Studies students are showing folded-paper sculpture installations created for Clad In, a designer clothing store in Providence.
In a recent panel discussion on Color Effects, artist Spencer Finch MFA 89 SC spoke with a
biologist and photographer about the nature of color and its ramifications in
the fields of art and science.
Students use their drive and Kickstarter to bring a creative car to this summer's Burning Man Festival.
The multipurpose egg crackers
Foundation students created last fall show how aesthetics and engineering naturally
come together at RISD.
In his March 14 talk on Screen Fluency, Kevin Kelly will discuss the
importance of visual and multimedia literacy in a digital world.
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