Senior Show 2020 invites viewers to experience a range of fine art and design work by students in Apparel Design, Architecture, Ceramics, Film/Animation/Video, Furniture Design, Glass, Graphic Design, Illustration, Industrial Design, Interior Architecture, Jewelry + Metalsmithing, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, and Textiles.
With many of this spring’s undergraduate senior shows canceled or postponed, all members of the class of 2020 were invited to contribute to the Senior Show 2020 digital publication. Viewers will experience images of final work, accompanied by descriptions and other relevant text, along with links to students’ personal websites and social media accounts. Once campus operations resume, a collective exhibition will be mounted for seniors in departments that had to postpone spring shows. Further details to come.
About Undergraduate Study at RISD
All undergraduate students at RISD take first-year studios in Experimental and Foundation Studies, followed by a major course of study in a specific fine arts or design discipline beginning sophomore year. Rigorous courses in Liberal Arts enrich studio learning. Students graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and deep disciplinary knowledge along with strong critical thinking skills and the agility to problem solve and connect the dots across a wide range of fields.
To view the work in Senior Show 2020, visit 2020risdsenior.show.
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