Summer programs, offered in both live and asynchronous formats, include classes for adults, college students, and high school students.
Spring programming includes over 140 online courses for adults and teens, including online certificate programs and the Advanced Program for High School Students.
Winter programming includes over 60 online classes for adults and teens, including eight online certificate programs.
For Hyperallergic’s final installment in a series dedicated to highlighting exciting MFA work, we looked to students from Yale University and the Rhode Island School of Design.
Fall programming includes online classes for adults and teens, as well as hybrid classes in Westerly, Rhode Island.
Experience a range of fine art and design work by recently graduated seniors in a digital publication.
Graduate student work across 16 disciplines is featured in a digital publication produced by Rhode Island School of Design.
Online summer programming includes classes for adults and teens, credit-bearing courses, and the new Advanced Program for High School Students.
It would be impossible for artists not to feel disappointed after dedicating themselves to rigorous and costly programs of study that tout MFA exhibitions as a crowning opportunity.
The Rhode Island School of Design is one of the world’s premiere art schools, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t face the same challenges all universities and colleges confront. We talk to the head of RISD to learn about how they’re adapting.
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.
If we consider coloring books as pedagogical tools rather than amusing diversions, we can use the fad as food for thought.