July 5, 2022
Crystal Williams on Toni Morrison’s Memo
As Rhode Island School of Design’s 18th president, Crystal Williams is helping drive meaningful change centered on expanding inclusion, equity, and access to enhance a genuinely rich learning environment. In addition to her more than two decades of higher education experience, she is an award-winning poet and essayist and has published four collections of poems.
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A New Exhibition Explores Gaetano Pesce’s Drawing Practice
Titled Unframed, the display of drawings from the last four decades illustrates the radical designer’s jubilant thinking on paper, with works mostly taped onto the gallery walls.
Yasmeen Lari: Starchitect Turned Climate Activist
Pakistan’s first woman architect turned away from glass, steel, and concrete to launch a low-carbon, self-build movement for climate refugees and the landless.
Is Coliving Finally Having Its Moment?
Long touted as a housing solution for young people in urban centers, interest in coliving appears to be surging with new projects in the U.S. and Europe that boast affordability and built-in community.