Experience Rhode Island School of Design this fall from anywhere in the world. Whether you’re an artist or designer looking to advance your practice or a high school student interested in pursuing art and design in college, RISD CE is offering 140+ online courses for adults and teens.
RISD Advanced Program for High School Students offers students the opportunity to access intensive, collegiate-level courses. This pre-college academic experience is designed for those interested in studying art and design in college and who want to build their portfolio. The program offers a mix of live and recorded activities.
RISD CE adult online courses offer students a wide range of courses for all skill levels and can be taken at any time of day or night. Our Certificate Programs are designed for adults looking to accelerate their creative lives and work. Subjects include Animation, Graphic Design, Interactive Design, Interior Design, Jewelry Making and Design, Natural Science Illustration, Painting Studies, Photography, and Product Development and Manufacturing.
Online teen courses in animation, drawing, fashion design, illustration, and art school prep provide a strong grounding in the visual arts — encouraging creative and personal growth through self-expression.
Fall term starts September 13, 2021. Many online courses fill quickly, so register today! September 8 is the last day to register for our first session.
To browse online courses at Rhode Island School of Design Continuing Education, visit cereg.risd.edu.
One hundred years after Mary Hiester Reid’s death, Flower Diary recovers the elusive, overlooked artist’s life and work
An exhibition of cabinet cards at LACMA showcases marketing and personal panache.
Over 50 years of the artist’s video and media work on how images, sound, and cultural iconography inform representation is on view through December 30.
Most eye miniatures were exchanged between lovers, though they were also given to close friends and family members.
Their original goal was to create a paint that would effectively reflect sunlight away from a building to reduce energy usage, but now the discovery has earned a Guinness World Record.
Over the course of three months, the resident artists in Going to the Meadow will collaborate and create with a curated set of continually changing materials.
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, exhibitions on irises in art history, LGBTQ Pride, and more have been translated.