Very open about beliefs. Open-minded to the max.
It's a pretty small school, a lot of opportunities.
RISD is an environment where you are surrounded by people who, on the whole, know and care about what they're doing ; they are there because they want to be there and have put in the work to make it happen.
It is a lush playground of opportunities for developing your mind and knowledge.
RISD is full of ambitious, competitive, and sincere students with just as compassionate and hardworking professors who teaches and helps the students to develop their own art world and build their character.
"Unique" youngsters have their individuality called into question and must either reevaluate what being creative is, or flounder and fail as a precursor to what life in the industry of their choice would be like for them.
Risd is an art school.
Rhode Island School of Design offers a creative environment that is both stimulating and inspiring, and that challenges each of its students to learn, work, and create to his or her absolute capacity.
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