During his visit to RISD last week, Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Holland Cotter reflected on a lifetime of learning as he delivered the 2014 Gail Silver Memorial Lecture.
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Turkish undergrad Ipek Karaoglu BArch 16 is moved by the synergies between architecture, art history and museum studies.
A vibrant new exhibition at the RISD Museum offers an expansive view of provocative American artists working outside of the modernist mainstream.
Multifaceted designer David Wiseman 03 FD combines his affinity for natural phenomena, exquisite craftsmanship and experimentation to create beautiful, timeless objects.
Designer, educator, retail expert and curator Matthew Bird 89 ID takes his cues from the weirdness of life.
The newly completed $8.4 million renovation of the RISD Museum’s Eliza G. Radeke Building opens up eight spacious, light-filled galleries housing some of its most prized possessions.
Graphic Design: Now in Production, a cutting-edge traveling exhibition about the rapidly changing field, wraps up its national tour at the RISD Museum.
Celebrated ceramist and RISD alumna Arlene Shechet MFA 78 CR plays with the classic tradition of high-end Meissen porcelain.
The RISD Museum’s major new exhibition offers a historic look at the evolution of creative practice, craftsmanship and the art of making during America’s first 200 years.
The punk singer, poet, novelist and photographer delivers an anti-lecture to the pleased crowd at last week’s Gail Silver Memorial Lecture.
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