The Wedding Cake House in Providence was acquired in 2017 by Dirt Palace Public Projects, and now is full of vibrant work from 150 artists.
Responding to violence at the US-Mexico and Israel-Palestine borders, Jess X. Snow and Gavriel Cutipa-Zorn painted a two-story mural addressing the ways plants can traverse vast lands.
Despite the artistry on display in this Gorham Silver exhibition, I found it difficult to suppress a kernel of class hatred in looking at it.
For summer 2019, RISD launches a set of studio and liberal arts courses in the Azores, Berlin, Denmark, Japan, South Africa, and at RISD’s site in Rome. Applications are due April 11.
“Today may be the last day of your juvenile delinquency, but it should also be the first day of your new adult disobedience,” John Waters recently told the 2015 graduating class of Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in his commencement speech.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island — The environmentalist themes in Jeannie Lynn Hulen’s exhibition at GRIN, Gibberish: Sapient Fool’s Gold, slowly emerge from the whimsical, child-like installation.
Ever wondered what your childhood nightmares would look like if they met your adult nightmares? Well, take a peek at Monster, the latest installation of Providence, Rhode Island’s giant, horror-themed comic book.
A recent art show, Black Sheep Projects, coordinated by two RISD masters students, Jason Huff and Derek Paul (DP) Boyle, seeks to help ameliorate the stress of graduation by giving the undergraduate population a chance to get some real world experience in what life is like as a practicing artist. Currently housed in a space on Eddy Street in the arts district of Providence, Black Sheep Projects is a recently formed alternative art exhibition. A 10-minute walk from the RISD campus, it sits nestled among the brick streets, apartment buildings, and trendy store fronts which populate this neighborhood in the mid-way point between Boston and New York.