20 North Main St
(also enter on 224
Providence, RI 02903
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Teens take on a controversial topic through a playful intervention
Pakistani-born and internationally recognized, Sikander’s (RISD MFA, 1995 Painting/Printmaking) pioneering practice takes Indo-Persian miniature painting as a point of departure.
A student-run workshop generates quirky and creative digital animations.
Join RISD students for a conversation in the galleries about the processes and techniques they use in the studio.
Hone observational and mark-making skills by drawing in the galleries
Entr’acte, a visual and sound intervention by Mary Yang (RISD MFA 2017, Graphic Design), was an open rehearsal and performance exploring narrative soundscapes.
Anani Dzidzienyo and Olakunle George look closely at work in the exhibit, Whirling Return of the Ancestors: Egúngún Masquerade Ensembles of the Yorùbá
Photographer and RISD critic Jesse Burke (RISD MFA 2005, Photography) and his daughter talk about making the images featured in the exhibition Jesse Burke: Wild & Precious.
Two specialists from different fields offer their views on the same object
Explore art and design across centuries and cultures in gallery talks given by art historians and student artists.
James P. Falzone is a 2016 RISD Museum Artist Fellow, a position made possible through funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Community MusicWorks commissioned composer and vocalist Ken Ueno to write Four Contemplations for the restoration and rededication of RISD Museum’s Dainichi Buddha.
Contexts and connections are illuminated through lively conversation facilitated by a museum educator.