Participation through Voting

Jordan Seaberry and Jacob Lawrence on Why It Matters Mariani Lefas-Tetenes Educators Student Voices Looking closely at a print by artist Jacob Lawrence showing voters in the 1920s, artist and activist Jordan Seaberry shares why voting matters. He leads us through the process of voting at a polling station and emphasizes the struggles experienced especially by people of color in their fight for the right to vote in the United States.

Nancy Elizabeth Prophet

Reading List Kajette Solomon This reading list is not exhaustive and serves as a starting point to learn more about Nancy Elizabeth Prophet.

Transcending Time and Dimensions

Daniel Marot's Pendulum Clock in 3D Jiyeon Johnston College Student Voices A digital reinterpretation to Daniel Marot's clock print, merging old and new, exploring time's essence through evolving dimensions

From the Collection

How Did This Get Here? How did this get here? These past exhibitions interrogate institutional histories and reconsider conceptions of value. Lost in the Museum Inherent Vice Inherent Vice: Hidden Narratives  

Reading List

How Did This Get Here? How did this get here? These resources provide additional context for dialogue and conversation around the case studies featured in this section and other ongoing work at the museum. Unsettling History Acquisitions + Reuniting Histories | RISD Weekend 2020