Rhode Island School of Design Continuing Education is excited to announce over 140 online courses for adults and teens this spring, including RISD’s Advanced Program for High School Students. RISD CE Certificate Programs are now being offered 100% online.
Continuing Education students at Rhode Island School of Design can take online classes from anywhere in the world, at any time of day or night. Courses are taught by professional artists, designers, and makers. RISD CE is open admission — everyone is welcome.
Online courses can be taken for personal or professional enrichment, and many can also be taken as part of a RISD CE Online Certificate Program. Designed for students who are looking to accelerate their creative lives and work, subjects range from interior design, product development, and graphic design to painting, photography, and animation.
While some teens may attend RISD CE Online Teen Courses for fun and enrichment, others may have a more academic goal in mind. Online courses like animation, illustration, fashion design, and art school prep provide a strong grounding in the visual arts — encouraging creative and personal growth through self-expression.
While Rhode Island School of Design has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 RISD Pre-College program and they will not be able to host in-person classes this summer, the good news is that RISD’s Advanced Program for High School Students will be available to help students develop as artists and grow their college application portfolios.
Spring term starts March 1, 2021.
For more information on RISD CE Online Spring Courses, visit ce.risd.edu.
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