Daniel Heyman (Senior Critic, Printmaking) will be showing two large paper screens, one folding and one wall mounted, at Cade Tompkins Projects (198 Hope Street, Providence) as part of a group exhibition which runs from 21 March to 28th April 2018. The two prints were created at the Awagami Paper Factory in Tokushima, Japan, where […]
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Academic Affairs is delighted to announce the 2017-2018 appointments of the Chief Critic for RISD in Rome: European Honors Program (EHP) and the RISD in Seoul program. Paola Demattè will serve as Chief Critic for EHP for Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters. In this role, Paola will lead the studio program for the EHP […]
Gabriel Feld (Professor, Architecture) recently completed an artist residency at the Siena Art Institute, where he worked on, Dal diario di Siena, series of watercolor experiments about the city, more information about which can be seen in the video above.
RISD, with the support of MAXXI, hosted a symposium entitled, Global Futures, at MAXXI in Rome, Italy on March 2, 2018. The symposium aims at moving beyond stereotypical western visions of the future. The public is also invited to the exhibition Souvenirs from the Futures, featuring objects created by students who participated in the Lab […]
Steven Subotnick (Critic, Film Animation Video) recently won Best Abstract Film at the London International Animation Festival held in London (United Kingdom) this November for his film, Strange Fish.
Elizabeth Hermann (Professor, Landscape Architecture) lectured in Colombo, Sri Lanka on, The Arts in Conflict Transformation and Peace-Building: Sri Lanka and Colombia. The talk is part of her sabbatical writing on psychological states and creativity in times of conflict and terror, and the role creative practices can play in post-conflict societies. It is also part […]
Jarno Kettunen (Critic, Apparel Design) has recently published a new book entitled, A Sketchbook as a Diary, published by Belgian art book and calendar publisher Stockmans as a limited edition of 512 copies. The sketchbook is a 2018 artist notebook/calendar with selected works of Kettunen’s decade long career as a fashion illustrator — including backstage illustrations […]
Jean Borgatti (Assistant Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) recently presented a paper at the 2017 African Studies Conference held in Chicago. The paper focused on the history and sources memorial masquerades of Edo-speaking people living in Nigeria, Tall Ghosts, that returned annually to dance with their living kin and affirmed community solidarity and […]
Noam Elyashiv (Critic, Jewelry + Metalsmithing) currently has a solo exhibition on display at Galerie Marzee (Lage Markt 3, Nijmegan). The exhibition is entitled, Conversation, and will run through to 10th January 2018. The exhibition explores the transition of two-dimensional shapes into objects that are situated on the body; the formal gestures that occur in […]
Jarno Kettunen (Critic, Apparel Design) was featured on the Belgian TV show ‘Iedereen Beroemd‘. The show focuses on Kettunen’s unique approach of traveling around the world with his compact atelier drawing a wide variety of people, including models backstage at fashion shows, dancers at the ballet, and personalities at high profile events. On 3rd November […]