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  • MINDSHARE Inspires Budding Entrepreneurs

    Students welcomed advice and insights from successful entrepreneurs at the Career Center’s 2013 Mindshare.

  • Artists Explore Psychiatric Health

    Last summer painter Rebecca Chamberlain 91 AP gained new insights during a fascinating artist’s residency focused on health and healing.

  • The Stuff of Legends

    Bryan Konietzko 98 IL is living the dream – creating popular animated shows for Nickelodeon such as Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra.

  • Michel Gondry’s Sunny Approach

    When visiting RISD, the French director screened his latest film, led a lively master class, spoke about his creative process and answered plenty of questions from adoring fans.

  • Spreading the Word

    Children’s book author/illustrator Jarrett Krosoczka 99 IL uses his creativity to both generate great stories that resonate with kids and market them strategically.

  • Historical Perspective

    Inspired by her HAVC concentration, Cait Cannon 14 GL aims to produce work that references what came before. 

  • Back to the Source

    Newly appointed Assistant Professor Taylor Baldwin 05 SC is finding his place in RISD’s Sculpture department, where his journey began.

  • Making It in America

    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. 

  • Painter Gets a Concentrated Boost

    Recent graduate Hannah Antalek 13 PT puts her Painting major and her HAVC concentration to work for her in New York.

  • Illustrators Rally Around We Art Boston

    Illustrator and faculty member Joe McKendry 94 IL promotes healing through art in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing. 

  • Patti Smith Shares Her Power

    The punk singer, poet, novelist and photographer delivers an anti-lecture to the pleased crowd at last week’s Gail Silver Memorial Lecture.

  • Tasty Typography

    Oded Ezer, the Graphic Design department’s 2013 Designer in Residence, offers tangible proof that creativity has not disappeared in the digital age.

  • Considering Careers

    At the Career Center’s latest Internship Connect Event, students weighed the options for working with a wide range of interesting employers.

  • Documenting the Arab-Israeli Stalemate

    Evan Grothian 15 FAV will soon embark on a trip to Israel with Marian Marzynski, the renowned Polish filmmaker, to shoot a reflective documentary on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

  • The Beauty of Being Open Minded

    As an HPSS concentrator, Claire Niederberger 14 GD finds that her research into media studies allows her to “add another level of meaning” to her studio work in Graphic Design.

  • Experiments in the Arctic

    Ming-Yi Wong MArch 10 and Amanda Thackray MFA 12 PR participated in The Arctic Circle’s Summer Solstice Expedition, a two-week residency program that took place aboard a Barquentine tall ship.

  • Critical Reading

    RISD is pleased to announce the release of The Art of Critical Making, a new book for the general public on applying the lessons of creative practice in a broader context.

  • Reclaiming New Delhi

    Through her work, interior architect Alina Vadera 11 IA shows her deep respect for India’s vast cultural and architectural history.

  • Terry Documents Traditional Drumming

    Footage shot by FAV Professor John Terry on the island of Carriacou can now be viewed on YouTube. 

  • New Students Dive in Through POSE

    Students refurbished an urban farm and took on other civically minded projects as part of RISD’s Pre-Orientation Service Experience (POSE).

The façade of the Chace Center, a new multipurpose hub that opened
in 2008, offers an interesting contrast to the historic campus
buildings that surround it.