No matter where you are, what your skill level, or how much time you have this summer, RISD CE Online has a course for you. Programs include weekend workshops, multi-week sessions, credit-bearing courses, and the new Advanced Program for High School Students. Choose from 130+ online courses with time commitments ranging from 3 hours to 8 weeks.
RISD Summer Programs credit-bearing courses are now online. Students will have access to renowned RISD faculty and the personalized instruction needed to advance their creative practice and create a substantial body of work in a short amount of time. All courses offer three (3) credits and run for six weeks.
Creative adventures in a range of visual arts and design disciplines await adult students at RISD CE Online — from courses and workshops for personal enrichment and professional development to focused certificate programs. For teens interested in art and design, CE is offering online classes including animation, fashion design, and art school prep. Classes can be taken on an individual basis or as part of a teen certificate program.
The new RISD Advanced Program for High School Students offers high school students the opportunity to access intensive, collegiate-level classes as they work towards a college application portfolio. This online program is offered in two distinct 4-week sessions for students completing grades 9–12, providing an immersive and expressive curriculum informed by our rapidly changing world.
Summer term starts June 22, 2020.
For more information on RISD CE Online Summer Courses, visit ce.risd.edu.
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Florida Principal Ousted Over “Pornographic” Michelangelo Sculpture
Parents complained that the famous sculpture was shown to their sixth graders.
The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation Presents The Feminine in Abstract Painting
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Tickets to Sold-Out Vermeer Show Are Going for Hundreds
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NYU Steinhardt Opens 2023 MFA Thesis Exhibitions
Taking place at 80WSE Gallery in New York’s Greenwich Village, Part I is on view from late March through April while Part II opens in May.
Miniature Worlds: Joseph Cornell, Ray Johnson, Yayoi Kusama
Through small-scale works, this exhibition at the Katonah Museum of Art in New York examines Cornell’s prominent role in the lives and careers of Johnson and Kusama.
Three Looted Antiquities at the Met Repatriated to Turkey
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The Wider World and Scrimshaw
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Who Will Decide on the Future of a Miami Native Burial Ground?
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The Complicated Legacy of Camilo Egas
The Ecuadorian painter, a leading figure of Latin America’s Indigenismo art movement, has been both praised and scorned for his representation of Indigenous peoples.
Tom Jones Zeroes in on Ho-Chunk Visibility
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