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Queering Space

Students in a thought-provoking Wintersession course question societal norms about gender and sexuality that shape our everyday lives.

Learning on a Lakota Reservation

Working on the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota, Social Innovation Fellow Elizabeth Schweizer 19 TX built intergenerational connections through the arts.

Happy for Exposure at Sundance

Independent filmmaker Emily Ann Hoffman 15 IL debuts her latest stop-motion animated short at the 2018 festival in Utah.

Portraits in Junk

Painter Rachel Grobstein MFA 13 PT creates miniature tableaus based on everyday objects, compelling viewers to consider the commonly overlooked.

An Eye for Exhibiting

Through his experience at RISD Elie Glyn 08 FD honed a penchant for precision and disciplined work habits that are serving him well in his position at the Harvard Art Museums.

Museum Highlights Alumni Impact

Three current exhibitions at the RISD Museum underscore the enormous impact RISD graduates make on contemporary culture.

Committing to a Career, Landing in Qatar

Thanks to advice from the RISD Career Center, recent graduate Leekyung Kang MFA 17 PR is happily immersed in a year-long fellowship at VCUarts Qatar.

Tennessee Mountain Home

Recent graduate Rebecca Buglio MFA 16 CR has found the artistic community of her dreams at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, TN.

Water in the Desert, Ceramics in the Landscape

In a cross-disciplinary fall studio, Landscape Architecture and Ceramics students explored ideas for preserving water resources—and ways of life—in the American Southwest.