Weaving fiber art together
with years of environmental activism, Margaret Kearney
13 TX becomes the first-ever art school student to be recognized by the Udall Foundation.
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In celebration of National Landscape Architecture Month, RISD is bringing
seven prominent practitioners to campus to talk about their work.
a competitive fellowship, Landscape Architecture faculty member Takuma Ono
will engage in research on dredging during a three-month residency at the Gardner Museum in Boston.
Students use their drive and Kickstarter to bring a creative car to this summer's Burning Man Festival.
Students are showing a huge
interest in RISD’s growing science curriculum, which allows them to explore the
many ways art, design and science inform and enhance each other.
Professor Peter Tagiuri and his
London firm earn a Best Housing Development Prize in the 2011 Brick Awards.
innovative Jewish devotional hut designed by a team of young alums wins the
Holcim Next Generation Award.
Wassaic Project connects artists with each other and with the local community.
A Better World by Design, a
student-led conference organized by RISD and Brown University, addressed sustainable solutions to
complex social issues such as food, health care and the built environment in
the developing world.
Professor Ellen Driscoll, head of the
Sculpture department, uses recycled plastic bottles to make people think about issues of
consumption and sustainability when viewing her new installation in the Providence River.
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