During RISD’s 2014 Design Portfolio Review, students networked with representatives from top tier companies including Google, Harmonix, The Daily Beast and West Elm.
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In a two-part studio sponsored by Cessna, students are exploring the nature of flight and ways to improve the experience of aviation.
At the Career Center’s latest Internship Connect Event, students weighed the options for working with a wide range of interesting employers.
Students developed chic fabrics as part of a six-week design project
sponsored by Traditional Home magazine and Fabricut, one of the world’s
largest distributors of decorative fabrics.
Professor Seth Stem works with BASF to develop new uses for an eco-friendly, hemp-based alternative to plastic.
In celebration of National Landscape Architecture Month, RISD is bringing
seven prominent practitioners to campus to talk about their work.
Known for its interdisciplinary collaborations, international textile leader Maharam is sponsoring a new fellowship opportunity for RISD students to intern with governmental and nonprofit agencies.
A sponsored RISD studio by global fine crystal manufacturer Swarovski kicks off its visiting artist lecture series with contemporary artist Rashaad Newsome.
Professor Peter Tagiuri and his
London firm earn a Best Housing Development Prize in the 2011 Brick Awards.
Kellie Riggs 11 JM reflects on her opportunity to attend the 2011 Hello Etsy Summit
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.
Working with Associate Professor Leslie Fontana, ID students
designed a prototype that’s now featured in the Progressive Insurance TV ads promoting its new
For the second year in a row, Rhode Island School of Design is arming each of its 661 graduates with an Artrepreneur Kit, a practical parting gift to help students explore entrepreneurial possibilities after graduation and beyond.
Entrepreneurs from Kickstarter, Etsy and Quirky came to campus during Wintersession to launch new online networks featuring work from RISD students and alumni, and to speak to RISD students on what it takes to launch a successful business. The answer? A combination of a focused vision and an expansive network.
At the 2010 A Better World by Design conference, Professor Seth Stem led a workshop focused on the design potential of working with environmentally friendly natural fiber composites.
In this partnered studio, students developed new interior configurations for the Sikorsky S-92 helicopter to accommodate its multiple applications.
To usher in the new millennium, Maytag sponsored a series of interdisciplinary studios focused on generating new ideas about home appliances.
When this Providence film production studio began to develop a feature-length animated horror film, they turned to RISD for an abundance of talent to start the production process.
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