Grad community events and webinars

Throughout the year Graduate Studies hosts webinars and virtual events that bring together the graduate student community and connect them to the wide variety of resources available at RISD—both on campus and online. Virtual exhibition openings, artist talks and social events are complemented by sessions focused on essential academic services, career guidance and other forms of support to help ensure student success at RISD and after graduation.

Students may find others of interest on RISD’s events calendar and on involved.risd.edu, and we also offer prospective students several opportunities to connect with RISD, including on-campus and online information sessions throughout the fall.

If you have questions about upcoming events, please email gradstudies@risd.edu.

Note: You will need to sign into Zoom using your RISD credentials to access most events below.

Webinars archive

Grad Show 2020 artist talk: Gonzalo Nunez Galetto, Digital + Media


In this artist talk, recent graduate Gonzalo Nunez Galetto MFA 20 DM discusses thesis work currently on view in Grad Show 2020.

Grad Show 2020 artist talk: T Deutch, Architecture


In this artist talk, recent graduate T Deutch MArch 20 discusses thesis work currently on view in Grad Show 2020.

Grad Show 2020 artist talk: Kate Pincus-Whitney, Painting



In this artist talk, recent graduate Kate Pincus-Whitney MFA 20 PT discusses thesis work currently on view in Grad Show 2020.

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Grad Show 2020 artist talk: Tongji Philip Qian, Printmaking



In this artist talk, recent graduate Tongji Philip Qian MFA 20 PR discusses thesis work currently on view in Grad Show 2020.

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Graduate Studies x RISD Research


In this session Director of RISD Research Soul Brown discusses fellowship opportunities, research sponsorships, grant guidelines, RFPs and best practices for winning awards and research support. This webinar will help graduate students prepare for the upcoming Graduate Commons Grant cycle this spring as well as many other funding opportunities RISD Research can help you explore.

RISD Museum x Grad Studies: Multidisciplinary Museum Experiences

This informal discussion session offers insight into RISD Museum initiatives and projects and about how graduate students can engage with the museum. Bring observations and questions from your own digital exploration of risdmuseum.org to the conversation.

Events calendar highlights

Exhibition | Sticks and Stones and

Thursday, September 23
More dates through October 8, 2021
BEB (Bayard Ewing Building)

The Architecture department invites the RISD community to Sticks and Stones and: An Atlas of Heterogeneous Constructions, the culmination of a year-long research project conducted by faculty members Aaron Forrest, Brett Schneider and Yasmin Vobis (Harvard GSD). The exhibition explores construction techniques that employ multiple materials in both structural and aesthetic roles. It features examples drawn from across a wide range of epochs and global cultures, as well as a series of experimental construction prototypes. Graphic design is by Andrew LeClair MFA 12 GD, with large-scale photographs by Naho Kubota.

Exhibition | Interior Architecture department

Thursday, September 23
More dates through October 14, 2021
Waterman Building

Visit the Waterman Gallery through mid-October to see what INTAR is all about.

Opening Thursday, September 16 at 5:30 pm.

Exhibition | There Are Many Ways of Telling

Friday, September 24,
More dates through October 3, 2021
Sol Koffler Graduate Student Gallery

Selected graduate theses from the Class of 2021.

Exhibition | New Contemporaries

Friday, September 24,
More dates through October 10, 2021
Gelman Student Exhibitions Gallery

RISD is excited to announce that New Contemporaries: Selections from the Class of 2021 is now open! Including work from both graduate and undergraduate programs, the show focuses on topics from identity, social justice and climate change to systems, material explorations and more. 

Image: Emma Eichorn 21 PT, A Total Lack of Restraint, oil on canvas

Only open to members of the RISD Community with an active ID who are participating in the health protocols.

Student event | Block Party

Saturday, September 25,
Benefit Street

The Center for Student Involvement invites current students to a Saturday-afternoon block party on Benefit Street. Sign up for RISD clubs and organizations or come for free food, swag and big giveaways!

Presentation | Crossing the Pell

Monday, September 27,
Innovate Newport

RISD’s Interior Architecture department joins with Innovate Newport to present the recently completed Crossing the Pell project in which grad students envisioned innovative designs for adding pedestrian and cycling lanes to the suspension bridge connecting Newport and Jamestown, RI. Part of Design Week RI, this interactive exhibition presents four visions for adapting the iconic bridge and using innovative materials and techniques for domestic infrastructure work. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from the project leaders and experience an interactive virtual reality walk across the bridge.

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Gallery talk | There are Many Ways of Telling

Monday, September 27,

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Join co-curator Anne West and graduate program alumnx Charlotte McCurdy MID 19, Jarrett Key MFA 20 PT and Gavin Zeitz MLA 18, who are featured in the show There are Many Ways of Telling: 18 Perspectives on Voice, on view in the Sol Koffler Graduate Student Gallery now through October 3. Selected from across RISD’s 18 graduate programs, the authors of these works—RISD alumnx from the past five years—were chosen by their departments to showcase graduate thesis writing and research.  Proliferating various qualities of voice, their texts speak in celebration, reflection, certainty, contestation. While their points of view differ, their efforts in skillfully bringing forward text to narrativize their visual work are consistently high. Within each gesture of articulation, we encounter eloquence and generosity, vision and criticality.

Dial-In Information

https://risd.zoom.us/j/97984851008

Visiting curator | Namita Gupta Wiggers

Tuesday, September 28,

The Sculpture department kicks off its fall 2021 visiting artist lecture series with writer, curator and educator Namita Gupta Wiggers. Based in Portland, OR, she is founding director of the MA in Critical Craft Studies at Warren Wilson College, the first and only low-residency program focused on craft histories and theory. She also co-founded and led Critical Craft Forum, an online platform for dialogue and exchange, a podcast and a decade of annual sessions at the College Art Association from 2008–18. From 2004–12, Wiggers served as curator at the Museum of Contemporary Craft in partnership with PNCA, Portland, OR, and from 2012–14 she was chief curator and director. Like her curatorial strategy, her approach to research involves sorting through multiple questions at once and making connections across cultures and ideas that aren’t immediately obvious.

Dial-In Information

https://risd.zoom.us/j/92890416472

Meeting ID: 928 9041 6472

 

Exhibition | Textiles Triennial

Friday, October 1,
Woods-Gerry Gallery

The campus community is invited to view work by Textiles department students and recent grads through October 10 at Woods-Gerry Gallery.

RISD Careers | Summer internship panel discussion

Monday, October 4,
20 Washington Place Auditorium

Internships can launch careers in surprising and profound ways. In this panel discussion, you'll gain valuable insights from your fellow students on their exceptional summer experiences. Learn how they researched and secured their internships, what their daily routine was like, and how they applied their creativity and skills to the challenges of the professional world. Student panelists will also answer your questions so you can prepare for your own internship experience. This is the perfect time to get started! 

Students - RSVP through ArtWorks!                                                                                

Artist talk | Brook Hsu

Tuesday, October 5,
Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center/RISD Museum

The Painting department welcomes Taiwanese-American artist Brook Hsu, who is known for interweaving the fantastical, the mythopoetic and the autobiographical through an array of mediums, creating a distinct species of apparitional, haunting imagery. Working across painting, drawing, sculpture, writing and felt making, Hsu produces abstract and figurative works that employ a host of pagan signs and motifs, most notably the demigod of Pan.

Dial-In Information

Virtual access: 910 3124 2883

Glass Department Hot Nights | Stella Zhong

Wednesday, October 6,
Metcalf Building

The Glass department welcomes artist Stella Zhong 15 GL, who will lead a Hot Nights event in the hotshop. Zhong's practice spans activated objects, recorded situations and built environments. Born in Shenzhen, China (1993), she has lived in Beijing, the UK and the US. She has exhibited her work in solo shows at Peninsula Art Space, Brooklyn; Weybosset Gallery, Providence; Hunter College, NYC; and Guan Shan Yue Art Museum, Shenzhen, China

RISD Weekend (through Oct. 10)

Friday, October 8

Art sale | RISD Craft 2021

Saturday, October 9,
Benefit Street

We're excited to invite people to campus for RISD's annual juried sale, RISD Craft, featuring handmade fine art and design work by more than 90 alumni and 30 current students. A current list of participating artists can be viewed on our website, risdcraft.com, which we will update with any changes.

Viewers have the opportunity to engage with makers while finding unique gifts and one-of-a-kind items at this outdoor sale, which runs for one day only on Providence's historic Benefit Street. While at the sale perusing the incredible art and design work from the RISD community, be sure to cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award!

RISD Craft is free and open to the public and takes place rain or shine (under a tent if the forecast warrants it).

This event will adhere to state and city guidelines regarding COVID regulations. Stay tuned for updates.

Please visit www.risdcraft.com for more information. 

Indigenous Peoples' Day

Monday, October 11

Degree Program Classes Held; Offices and Library Open

Artist talk | Bridget Mullen

Tuesday, October 12,
Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center/RISD Museum

The Painting department welcomes Brooklyn-based artist Bridget Mullen, who holds a BAE from Drake University and an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art. She has been awarded residencies at MacDowell, The Jan Van Eyck Academie, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, The Fine Arts Work Center and Yaddo among many others and has shown her work in recent solo exhibitions at Helena Anrather in NYC and Annet Gelink in Amsterdam. Her work has been featured in Juxtapoz, Maake Magazine and ArtMaze.

Dial-In Information

Virtual access: 910 3124 2883

RISD Careers | Prep to Connect

Wednesday, October 13,
20 Washington Place Auditorium
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Hear everything you need to know to meet with companies remotely at Internship Connect on October 27 & 28. Learn how to speak with them professionally and what questions to ask about their internships. Discover what they expect from you. Determine what materials to prepare before the event. Hear the best ways to follow up with them. And find out how to successfully use LinkedIn to research companies and network before and after Internship Connect.

Students - RSVP through ArtWorks!

Fall 2021 Mid-Semester

Tuesday, October 19

RISD Careers | Career Options in Art & Design

Tuesday, October 19,
20 Washington Place Auditorium

How do you take your incredble studio experiences at RISD and apply them to the professional world? Hear how students and alumni utilize their skills and creative thinking across numerous fields and markets including art, design, social justice, sustainability, technology, business, healthcare and more. Discover how you can find opportunities, network with professionals, and develop career options that align with your interests. Learn how to prepare for what you want and how to access career resources to support you.

Students - RSVP through ArtWorks!

Artist talk | Ka-Man Tse

Tuesday, October 19,

The Photography department welcomes Gary Metz lecturer  Ka-Man Tse, a photographer, video artist and educator whose photos have been featured in such publications as Aperture MagazineArt Asia Pacific, i-d, The New York Times, The New Yorker,  Monocole, SalonHuffington Post and Slate.. She was a 2019 artist-in-residence at Light Work in Syracuse, NY and has exhibited her work in numerous shows in China, Hong Kong and the US, including the Bronx Museum of the Arts, the Palm Springs Art Museum, the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center and the Eighth Veil in Los Angeles. She has mounted solo shows at Aperture in New York, Lumenvisum in Hong Kong, the Silver Eye Center for Photography in Pittsburgh, PA, the New York Public Library and Eaton Workshop in Hong Kong. Tse earned the 2018 Aperture Portfolio Prize, a 2017/18 Research Award from Yale University Fund for Lesbian and Gay Studies, and the 2014/15 Robert Giard Fellowship in Photography. She taught at Yale University School of Art from 2013–18 and is currently full-time faculty at Parsons. (Photo credit: Ka-Man Tse, untitled, 2017, from narrow distances)

Dial-In Information

Registration required

https://risd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJElc--tqTMtG92Z-WTiWNLF1hkxgNCHyZpa

Poetry reading | Nehassaiu deGannes

Thursday, October 21,
Location TBD

Literary Arts and Studies welcomes poet, actor and educator Nehassaiu deGannes, who will read from her recently published collection of poetry Music for Exile (Tupelo Press, 2021). A daughter of the Caribbean diaspora, deGannes  was recently seen in the Ice-T-produced indie feature Equal Standard. Her pandemic poem To Find, To Be was shortlisted for the 2020 Montreal Prize.

Visiting editors | Deem Journal

Tuesday, October 26,

The Graphic Design department welcomes the editors of Deem, a biannual print journal and online platform focused on design as social practice. Our beliefs: Design is the process of adding value. Design is a fundamental shared experience. Design is everywhere. Our intentions: Explore human-centric design frameworks independent of exclusive institutions and industry categories. Ask what design can do for communities by creating conversations that are transdisciplinary and intergenerational. Seek to uncover meaningful narratives, connections and patterns that might help us better understand our histories and imagine our futures.

Dial-In Information

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/risd-fall-speaker-series-2021-deem-journal-tickets-173667252427

Visiting artist | Stephanie Syjuco

Tuesday, October 26,

The Sculpture department’s fall 2021 visiting artist lecture series continues with Stephanie Syjuco, who works in photography, sculpture and installation, moving from handmade and craft-inspired mediums to digital editing and archive excavations. Using critical wit and collaborative co-creation, her projects leverage open-source systems, shareware logic and flows of capital in order to investigate issues of economies and empire. Recently, she has focused on how photography and image-based processes are implicated in the construction of racialized, exclusionary narratives of history and citizenship. She was a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow at the National Museum of American History in Washington, DC in 2019–20 and was featured in Season 9 of the acclaimed PBS documentary series Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century.

Dial-In Information

https://risd.zoom.us/j/92890416472

 

 

Artist talk | Glenn Kaino

Wednesday, October 27,
Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center/RISD Museum

The Glass department welcomes artist Glenn Kaino, who will discuss his practice. His works, often functioning as poetic contradictions, aim to reconcile conflicting ideologies, opposing systems and strict dichotomies in material and experiential ways. His studio practice includes sculpture, painting, filmmaking, performance, installation and large-scale public work. He also operates outside the traditional purview of contemporary art, instigating collaborations with other modes of culture—ranging from tech to music to political organizing. Kaino is also an Emmy and Webby Award-winning producer and documentarian, whose films have been featured at the Tribeca Film Festival and SXSW.

RISD Careers | Internship Connect Remote, Day 1

Wednesday, October 27,

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This two-day event is your chance to speak directly with companies and organizations seeking RISD interns! Learn about their internship opportunities and practice how you introduce yourself. Make contacts with key people and gain valuable tips on presenting a strong application. Be prepared before the event with the materials they would like to see. Make a lasting impression and stay connected to the professionals you meet for future opportunities. 

Student sign-ups begin 10/20/2021

Glass Department Hot Nights | Glenn Kaino

Wednesday, October 27,
Metcalf Building

The Glass department welcomes artist Glenn Kaino, who will lead a Hot Nights event in the hotshop. His works, often functioning as poetic contradictions, aim to reconcile conflicting ideologies, opposing systems and strict dichotomies in material and experiential ways. His studio practice includes sculpture, painting, filmmaking, performance, installation and large-scale public work. He also operates outside the traditional purview of contemporary art, instigating collaborations with other modes of culture—ranging from tech to music to political organizing. Kaino is also an Emmy and Webby Award-winning producer and documentarian, whose films have been featured at the Tribeca Film Festival and SXSW.

RISD Careers | Internship Connect Remote, Day 2

Thursday, October 28,

More info

This two-day event is your chance to speak directly with companies and organizations seeking RISD interns! Learn about their internship opportunities and practice how you introduce yourself. Make contacts with key people and gain valuable tips on presenting a strong application. Be prepared before the event with the materials they would like to see. Make a lasting impression and stay connected to the professionals you meet for future opportunities. 

Student sign-ups begin 10/20/2021

RISD Careers | The BIPOC Experience

Tuesday, November 2,

The BIPOC Experience: Navigating the Challenges of Internships, Jobs & Opportunities is a chance to hear from BIPOC RISD alumni who will share their stories of how their identity impacted their pursuit of internships, jobs and opportunities. Gain insights on the challenges and frustrations they’ve encountered and ways they’ve addressed racial, financial and personal concerns. Learn who they turned to for support, mentorship and encouragement and the resources and assistance that helped them attain the opportunities they were seeking. This panel discussion will provide you with inspiration, advice and examples to help you define your internship and job goals and paths to achieving them. Your questions for panelists will be welcomed and encouraged. 

Students - RSVP through ArtWorks!

Dial-In Information

A link to join this webinar will be emailed to students who register through ArtWorks.

The International Experience - Navigating the Challenges of Internships, Jobs & Opportunities

Thursday, November 4,
20 Washington Place Auditorium

Hear from international alumni as they share their stories of how they managed the challenges of pursuing internships, jobs and opportunities, especially in the U.S. Gain strategies for dealing with pitfalls, frustrations and concerns due to political and immigration policies and discover ways to address your international status when applying for opportunities. Learn who panelists turned to for support, mentorship and encouragement and the resources and assistance that helped them attain the opportunities they were seeking. This panel discussion will provide you with inspiration, advice and examples to help guide you towards positive experiences and outcomes. Your questions for panelists will be welcomed and encouraged. This program is offered byThe Career Center and OISS.

Students - RSVP through ArtWorks!

RISD Careers | Exploring Artist Residency Opportunities

Tuesday, November 9,
20 Washington Place Auditorium

Find out how residencies can provide you with time and space for your work or summer internships. They can expand your resources including access to equipment, community, networks, and exhibition opportunities. Residencies are also research and development labs for the arts with over 500 programs in the US and more than 1,500 around the world. Discover programs addressing social issues, the environment and science as they bring together artists, designers and scholars from all disciplines. Find the one that is the right fit for you! (Panelists to be announced.)

Students - RSVP through ArtWorks!

RISD Careers | Maharam Fellowship Info Session

Thursday, November 11,
20 Washington Place Auditorium
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Receive $5,000 for your summer project and be part of RISD's prestigious Maharam Fellowship program! Learn everything you need to know to make a strong and compelling application. This award has been opening new avenues for RISD talent in organizations where artists and designers are not typically found. For the summer of 2022, Maharam is committed to making the art and design world more fair, diverse and creative. The Fellowship will focus on two of the most urgent issues of our time—social justice and sustainability—and will support projects that aspire to advance social progress and safeguard the environment. In the workshop, you'll also hear from past Maharam Fellows about their successful experiences.

Students - RSVP through ArtWorks!

Global Arts and Cultures | Zoë Ryan lecture

Friday, November 12,

Global Arts and Cultures welcomes architect and scholar Zoë Ryan, director of the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to the ICA, she was the John H. Bryan chair and curator of architecture and design at the Art Institute of Chicago, where she founded the contemporary design collection and set the vision for collecting and exhibiting modern and contemporary architecture and design as expanded fields of practice in dialogue with the sociopolitical conditions of the times. Her recent exhibitions include In a Cloud, in a Wall, in a Chair: Six Modernists in Mexico at Midcentury (2019) and Past Forward: Architecture and Design at the Art Institute (ongoing). In 2017, she edited As Seen: Exhibitions that Made Architecture and Design History, the first volume to explore in depth the important role that exhibitions have played in the history of these fields.

Dial-In Information

Zoom link to come

Artist talk | Steffani Jemison

Tuesday, November 16,

The Photography department welcomes Gary Metz lecturer Steffani Jemison, whose work has been the subject of solo exhibitions and special projects at the Contemporary Art Center Cincinnati (2021), the Everson Museum (2021), the Stedelijk Museum (2019), Nottingham Contemporary (2018), Jeu de Paume and CAPC Bordeaux (both 2017), MoMA, New York (2015), RISD Museum, Providence (2015) and LAXART, Los Angeles (2013) among others. Her work has been included in numerous group exhibitions, including the Whitney Biennial, New York (2019), the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (2019), and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (2017). It is also included in numerous public collections, including the Studio Museum in Harlem, the Whitney Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Stedelijk Museum.. Jemison currently lives and works in Brooklyn. (Photo credit: Steffani Jemison, Similitude Still 01 (Detail, video still) HD Video, color, sound, 35 minutes, 51 seconds. Courtesy the artist; Greene Naftali, New York; and Annet Gelink, Amsterdam.)

Dial-In Information

Registration required

https://risd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJclcOmuqzwrGtSp098qDkoFgRXcNfxemnrz

Visiting designer | Lynne Yun

Thursday, November 18,

The Graphic Design department welcomes Lynne Yun, a NYC-based type designer, educator and technologist who specializes in typography, hand lettering and calligraphy. She currently teaches for educational institutions such as Type@Cooper, Parsons School of Design and the Letterform Archive.

Dial-In Information

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/risd-fall-speaker-series-2021-lynne-yun-tickets-173671936437

Residence Halls Remain Open

Thursday, November 25

Thanksgiving (No Classes Held Wednesday 11/24 - Friday 11/26)

Thursday, November 25

Offices and Library Closed 11/15-11/26

Faculty lecture | Gail Dodge

Tuesday, November 30,

The Sculpture department’s fall 2021 lecture series continues with Providence-based artist and RISD faculty member Gail Dodge MFA 15 SC, whose work encompasses video, performance, digital media and the manipulation of traditional and nontraditional sculptural materials. Their art practice is rooted in lighthearted, exploratory approaches to researching and creating work—intentionally placing their processes outside the periphery of expertise or mastery. Dodge’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in cities including Mexico City, Mexico; Oakland, CA; Tucson, AZ; Chicago, IL; New York, NY; Baltimore, MD; Austin, TX; and Michigan City, IN.

Dial-In Information

https://risd.zoom.us/j/92890416472

Meeting ID: 928 9041 6472

Artist talk | Joiri Minaya

Tuesday, November 30,

The Photography department welcomes Gary Metz lecturer Joiri Minaya (b.1990), a Dominican-United Statesian New York-based multidisciplinary artist. She attended the Escuela Nacional de Artes Visuales (DR), the Chavón School of Design, and Parsons the New School for Design. Minaya has exhibited across the Caribbean, the US and internationally. She recently received a Jerome Hill Fellowship, a NY Artadia award and the BRIC’s Colene Brown Art Prize, as well as grants from foundations like Nancy Graves, Rema Hort Mann and the Joan Mitchell Foundation. She been awarded in two Dominican biennials (XXV Concurso León Jimenes; XXVII National Biennial) and has participated in residencies at Skowhegan, Smack Mellon, Bronx Museum, Red Bull House of Art, LES Printshop, Socrates Sculpture Park, Art Omi, ISCP and Vermont Studio Center.

Photo credit: Joiri Minaya, The Cloaking series (Miami, FL, 2019). Photo by Zachary Balber, commissioned by Fringe Projects Miami.

Dial-In Information

Registration required

https://risd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwrd-GgpzIrHdNKNrVJCXtCP6kIrb8xqLVK

Fall 2021 Reading/Preparation Day

Monday, December 6

No classes, Exams or Crits Held

Brown University Classes End

Sunday, December 12

Fall 2021 Degree Conferral Date

Tuesday, December 14

Residence Halls Close for December Holiday Break

Wednesday, December 15,

Limited Housing Available Over Winter Break

New Year's Day

Saturday, January 1

Offices and Library Closed

Wintersession 2022 Classes Begin

Thursday, January 6

Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Monday, January 17

No Degree Program Classes Held; Offices and Library Closed

Artist talk | Craig Taylor

Tuesday, March 8,

Associate Professor of Painting Craig Taylor discusses his ongoing exhibition in RISD’s Color Lab, TESTS: Variants. Taylor deploys seriality in this work to demonstrate how color can create content that is often connected to an emotive or evocative state. In TESTS:Variants, Taylor presents a new series of chromatic sculptures cast from a single mold. Each sculpture functions as a site for the exploration of color systems. During the production of the sculptures, a short single-channel video depicting the bust as a source was found and created.

While the Color Lab space at 30 North Main Street is temporarily closed due to COVID-19, the full exhibition is visible from the street.

Dial-In Information

Register

Spring Recess Begins for Degree Programs (Through April 1)

Monday, March 28

Residence Halls Remain Open

Spring 2022 Mid-Semester

Wednesday, April 6

Reading/Preparation Day

Thursday, May 19

No classes, Exams or Crits Held

Residence Halls Close

Saturday, May 28,

Residence Halls Remain Open for Students Scheduled to Graduate

Memorial Day

Monday, May 30

Offices and Library Closed

RISD Commencement

Saturday, June 4

Spring 2022 Conferral Date

Saturday, June 4

Junteenth (Observed)

Monday, June 20

Offices and Library Closed

Independence Day

Monday, July 4

Offices and Library Closed; Degree Program Classes Held as Determined by Programs Individually

Summer 2022 Degree Conferral Date

Wednesday, August 31