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RISD student Abena Gyampo traces the history of the hypersexualization of black bodies from the early 19th century to contemporary popular culture
Luca Cambiaso used iron gall ink and a quill pen to create this drawing in about 1570. RISD professor Andrew Raftery walks us through the making of iron gall ink and a quill pen, and explains how he copied Cambiaso's drawing.
Curatorial assistant of contemporary art A. Will Brown interviews artist Kudzanai Chiurai about his film "Iyeza"
This article argues that Simon the Pharisee would have been viewed as an explicitly Jewish character by sixteenth-century viewers.