Posts Tagged ‘Graphic Design’

Baker named CBAA featured artist

Jan Baker (Professor, Graphic Design) was a featured artist recently at the College Book Art Association website. Encouraging an interdisciplinary approach, Jan teaches book arts, with hands-on experimentation in letterpress printing, papermaking, bookbinding, visual poetry and Asian book arts. The exhibition ‘Bookmark’ celebrating 30 years teaching book arts at RISD, featured 350 of her students books, which […]

A day in the life at RISD…October 10, 2014

Around various galleries across RISD, many talented artists’ works are on display. Here featured are works on display in the Architecture Department, Ceramics Department, Graphic Design Department, Printmaking Department, Photography Department, and Foundation Studies.

Baker’s cabinet of curiosities

During Jan Baker’s (Professor, Graphic Design) sabbatical year, she has formed a cabinet of curiosities style installation: INDIA. VIETNAM. JAPAN. Each of these artifacts she collected encompasses stories and memories of travel exploration and extraordinary artistic discoveries. The collections are an ongoing inspiration for her art + design work. She hopes that this exhibition will encourage […]

European launch of Int|AR Journal is cross-divisional endeavor

Int|AR Journal Volume 5 was launched in Europe this summer. Exploring the theme of “Resilence and Adaptability,” this issue emerged out of dialogue between the Department of Interior Architecture and the Division of Liberal Arts. Editors in chief Markus Berger (Associate Professor, Interior Architecture) and Liliane Wong (Professor, Interior Architecture) and Graphic Design editor Ernesto Aparicio […]

Hitchcock on Creative Collaboration

Lucinda Hitchcock (Professor, Graphic Design) was a panelist and presenter at the NMPS (National Museum Publishing Seminar) in Boston this month. Her panel was entitled “Creative Collaboration: how can museums think different?” The talk showed case studies of collaborative techniques in teaching, in design, and in Museum design and publishing. She was on a panel […]

Werner class projects selected

Video projects from Franz Werner’s (Professor, Graphic Design) Music Video class have been selected for the International Students’ Moving Type Festival in Warsaw, Poland. The students are: Natalie Hodson, ID, Maria Ferreira, GD and Chae Hyun Kim, GD. The three-day Festival, including workshops, students’ movies, presentations and a one-day conference, focuses on: * sound and motion […]

Shaykin’s “The Book in Translation”

Join Benjamin Shaykin (Critic, Graphic Design) for a thought-provoking look into the world of Mr. Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookstore this Thursday at the RISD Library from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Shaykin’s presentation “The Book in Translation” is the latest stop for Reading Across Rhode Island, a statewide reading program that aims to connect readers This […]

Ockerse lecture at University of Iowa

Thomas Ockerse (Professor, Graphic Design) will lecture at the University of Iowa’s College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, March, 26, 2014. The lecture, “Experience as Content,” illustrates the principle that all design serves the purpose of human experience, and it is precisely from this experience that “content” unfolds. The talk includes examples from his visual […]

RISD Code Studio now open

The Code Studio supports and houses teaching, scholarship and research relating to computing at RISD. Our agenda is technical, critical, and cultural. We facilitate the learning and practice of computer programming by building and nurturing skills and knowledge. This includes writing in the languages of programming (coding), programming concepts and strategies, and the exploration of […]

Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Fellowships awarded

Congratulations to Jan Baker (Professor, Graphic Design) and Nancy Friese (Professor, Teaching + Learning in Art + Design), who have been awarded Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Fellowships for academic years 2014-2015 and 2015-2016. During the two-year appointment, each Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Fellow will be resident in a curatorial department, with the expectation of learning […]