As a graduate program guest critic in Glass and Furniture Design, Pierre-Alexis Dumas, chief creative officer at Hermès, was impressed with the experimentation, craftsmanship and passion RISD students pour into their work.
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kinetic sculpture by Meridith Pingree
MFA 03 SC injects a visceral immediacy to the work in a group show at Brown
University’s David Winton Bell Gallery.
In a rare interview in The New York Times, photographer
Steven Klein 76 PT reveals a bit about why he has earned a reputation as “one of fashion’s most cunning provocateurs.”
RISD President John Maeda and a number of RISD students, faculty members and trustees visited Maeda’s former academic home at the MIT Media Lab to speak about RISD’s STEM to STEAM initiative.
From cotton to candy, Apparel Design students created
eye-catching designs for two industry-sponsored competitions in conjunction
with New York Fashion Week.
On August 30th, recent RISD graduate Jake Zien 11 GD makes his TV debut on Quirky, a new reality show on the Sundance Channel that brings innovation to life by showing the process and personalities behind successful inventions.
RISD partners with Japanese font developer Morisawa to explore creative leadership and innovation through art and design.
Illustration and FAV majors
swept the 2011 New York Society of Illustrators competition, one of the most
hotly contested student competitions in the country.
At the 2011 Aspen Ideas Festival, President Maeda will speak to a global audience about the fundamental value of art and design.
Experimental filmmaker Ryan Trecartin 04 FAV makes a splash in NYC this summer with Any Ever, his solo show at MoMA PS1.
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