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  • The Primal Seeing

    10/14/2014
    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.

  • FAV Wins Big in Ottawa

    10/10/2014
    FAV students and alumni stand out at the 2014 Ottawa International Animation Festival, one of the most prestigious competitions in the field.

  • Three Siblings Choose RISD

    10/06/2014
    Three siblings enrolled in the Brown|RISD Dual Degree program pursue their academic passions while making time for music and high-adrenaline sports.

  • Empowering Guatemalan Women

    10/06/2014
    Designer Morgan Selin 13 AP joins Guatemala-based Uxibal in an effort to improve the lives of women artisans one pair of a boots at a time.
     

  • Inspired by Rome

    10/02/2014
    A fabulous exhibition featuring work by alumni of RISD’s popular European Honors Program (EHP) is now at Woods-Gerry Gallery.

  • Shaping Rhode Island’s Economy

    10/01/2014
    RISD hosts a conference focused on art, design and manufacturing in Rhode Island and offers visitors a glimpse of Co-Works, a new interdisciplinary studio space.

  • Inspiring Scholarly Culture

    10/01/2014
    Newly appointed Dean of Liberal Arts Daniel Cavicchi is fascinated with the rich interplay between studio and scholarly learning.

  • Exhilarating Experience

    09/29/2014
    Aa a finalist in the Supima Design Competition, Sharon Moon 14 AP debuted her original capsule collection during New York’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.

  • Wild Sculpture

    09/26/2014
    Two graduate students recently made substantial steel sculptures that now have a permanent home at Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence.

  • The Poetry of Design

    09/26/2014
    Through a Literary Arts + Studies concentration in poetry, designer Josh Shiau 15 ID is better able to understand people and their needs.

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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.