Updates from & for Faculty

Event: RISD X Miami, 12/07/17

President Rosanne Somerson 76 ID and the RISD host committee John Cheim 77 PT and Howard Read 76 PH, Anthony Grant 80 IL, Diego and Gisela Lowenstein and Tavares Strachan 03 GL invite you to a special reception to celebrate RISD alumni showing during Miami Art and Design Week. Meet alumni, faculty and friends, learn […]

RISD Development Day

Registration for November 20, 2017 SEI Development Day is now open! Keynote Speaker: Reverend Dr. Jamie Washington Jamie Washington is the President & Founder of the Washington Consulting Group (WCG). In October of 2015, WCG was named by the Economist as one of the Top 10 Global Diversity Consultants in the world. Dr. Washington has […]

Crit Schedule Fall 2017 Now Avalible

Fall Crit Schedule The Fall crit schedule will be available for viewing to anybody with a risd.edu email; please click HERE to view the schedule. Please note that you must be logged in with your risd.edu email account in order to access the spreadsheet. You can also search your Google Drive for the schedule should […]

CfP: Critical Practice in an Age of Complexity

Critical Practice in an Age of Complexity Interdisciplinary art, architecture and cultural studies. WINTER CONFERENCE: Place: University of Arizona, Tucson Dates: 22 – 23 February 2018 Abstract Deadline: 05 Dec 2017 http://architecturemps.com/arizona/ Context: Today, Donald Trump promises investment in infrastructure, China continues to urbanize, global cities sit next to slums and the arts are seen […]

RISD Museum: Lines of Thought

  The RISD Museum would like to warmly invite faculty to attend a series of programs related to the new exhibition, Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to Now From the British Museum, mostly particularly a day long exploration of drawing to be held on Friday, 10th November at the RISD Museum, see below for full details. […]

Pallavi Paul Artist Lecture 11/09, 4:00PM

Artist Lecture: November 9, 4-6pm Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center 20 North Main Street, Providence RI “Pallavi Paul’s primary medium is video and installation. Her work refuses a pigeonhole and insists on new horizons: “Using the disruption between ‘reality image’ and ‘documentary’ as a starting point, she attempts to create a laboratory of possibilities which tests […]

Call for Course Proposals for Spring 2018 – SEI Action Plan

In response to the SEI Action Plan, section IV.2 New Courses Relevant to Social Equity and Inclusion, Academic Affairs seeks proposals for additional courses to be offered in Spring 2018 in the following areas of emphasis: Community engagement/engaged scholarship/service learning – course proposals should focus on methods or best practices for working with communities through […]

Event: Dr. Beverly Tatum, 11/09/17, 6:30PM

As part of its ongoing educational series for parents and caregivers, the Gordon School will host author Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, former president of Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, and author of ‘Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria,’ for a night of discussion on how to effectively create meaningful dialogue […]

New CoWorks Website

Ever wondered what CoWorks was about? How to gain access? What tools are there? If so, then we are pleased to announce the launch of the new Co-Works website where you can find the answers and more: www.coworks.risd.edu Opened in 2014, Co-Works has primarily been for students enrolled in our interdisciplinary courses, however, in response […]