Drawing in a museum is a way of slowing down and experiencing artwork on a nonverbal level.
In this series, RISD Museum curator Dominic Molon considers the importance and setting of the studio, and calls on Rhode Island artists.
Pixilation Party!, or how, with the help of dozens of RISD Museum visitors, Providence artist Xander Marro recently created one minute of black and white magic.
Get a peek inside the studio of Maralie Armstrong (RISD MFA 2009, Digital + Media) as she creates a score inspired by the Nō robes in the RISD Museum collection.
This rare example of Gorham's "Mythologique" flatware service was purposefully left unfinished as they are samples, combining elaborate hand-worked detail with mechanized brute force.
Anya Ventura visits the studio of Rhode Island stone carver Tracy Mahaffey.
After a half-century's journey, Gorham's magnificent writing table and chair made for the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair returned home to Providence.
Robert Emlen, curator at Brown University, and furniture designer, Timothy Philbrick examine the craftsmanship, features, and significance of the Goddard/Townsend desk and bookcase.
Exploring the process and context behind "Open House: Five Engraved Scenes", a work created by Providence artist and RISD faculty Andrew Raftery.
Exploring the process and context behind "The Election Gloves", a work created by Cranston artist Jessica Deane Rosner.
Exploring the process and context behind "Shake Some Action", a work created by Pawtucket artist Lynne Harlow.
Exploring the process and context behind "I'm the Sweetest Teddy Bear", a work created by North Scituate artist Entang Wiharso.