DIALOGUE ACROSS THE DIASPORA & UNEARTHING LEGACY

“Dialogue Across the Diaspora: Haiti, South Africa, Art, and Narratives of Resistance” was a Fall 2013 Liberal Arts course, cross-listed in History of Art and…

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Sophie Loubere 13 IL Co-Founds Theme-Based Online Magazine

After graduating from RISD with a degree in Illustration in 2013, Sophie Loubere put her interests in publishing and art direction to use by co-founding…

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Janet Wright Sullivan and George Sullivan Memorial Poetry Collection Fund Now Available

Director of Library Services, Carol Terry, recently made the following announcement to the RISD community: “I’m pleased to let you know that The Janet Wright…

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Work of LAS Concentrator Alumnus Appears in the NY Times

2007 Illustration alumnus and LAS concentrator, Wesley Allsbrook, has work featured in today’s New York Times.

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LAS Faculty Sabbatical Presentations

On Wednesday, November 6th and Thursday, November 7th three Literary Arts and Studies faculty members will be giving sabbatical presentations in the Tap Room. Please…

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Alexia Kosmider’s “TransJourney”

Alexia Kosmider recently completed the production of her new documentary, TransJourney.  This film explores the lives of three women: Annabelle, a newly transitioned woman, her…

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Book Launch for Joon Oluchi Lee’s “Lace Sick Bag”

The Bureau and Publication Studio proudly presented the NYC book launch of Joon Oluchi Lee’s Lace Sick Bag on September 20th.

With Lace Sick Bag, Joon Oluchi Lee…

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Jonathan Highfield: From New Zealand to West Africa

Jonathan Highfield has completed “Kaitiakitanga Odyssey,” a poem about his travels in New Zealand.  Kaitiakitanga is a Māori word meaning stewardship.  He is currently working…

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Rick Benjamin’s “Floating World”

Rick Benjamin’s new book of poems, Floating World, has been published.

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Matthew Purdy’s “Burning Out”

Matthew Purdy’s short story, “Burning Out,” recently appeared in Flash Forward Press’s anthology Flash 101: Surviving the Fiction Apocalypse.

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