email@example.com and she makes her own appointments.
Registered Continuing Education students also have access to the following:
RISD StoreDesign Center, 30 North Main Street
The risd:store carries a wide variety of art supplies, silk screening and printmaking supplies, etching supplies, decorative papers, drawing papers, photography supplies, mounting boards and bookbinding supplies.
RISD/CE students may make tax-exempt purchases with a ten percent discount on art supplies (present your registration statement and a photo ID). Special orders, Mastercard and VISA are accepted. Call for hours.
RISD Store 3DBank Building, 27 North Main Street
The risd:store 3D stocks a wide variety of sculpture and jewelry supplies as well as general hardware store items. Plywood, hardwood, Plexiglass, glass and metal rod can be cut to size for next-day pickup.
RISD/CE students may make tax-exempt purchases with a ten percent discount on art supplies (present your registration statement and a photo ID). Special orders, MasterCard and VISA are accepted. Call for hours.
The Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design224 Benefit Street
A major cultural institution in Rhode Island, the RISD Museum houses more than 86,000 works of fine and decorative art ranging from ancient times to the present. It is the only comprehensive art museum in southeastern New England and, as such, is a vital cultural resource both for RISD and the broader community. With seven curatorial departments, the museum offers a rich and varied program of exhibitions, lectures, tours, workshops and publications. It is dedicated to the interpretation of art and design from diverse cultures, and to educating and inspiring artists and designers, families, scholarly researchers and students of all ages.
RISD/CE students in courses meeting 18 hours or more may visit the RISD Museum free of charge (upon presentation of registration statement and a photo ID).
Fleet Library at RISD15 West (The Mandle Building)
15 Westminster Street
Founded in 1878, the RISD library is one of the oldest independent art college libraries in the country. Its circulating collection of more than 150,000 volumes offers unusual depth and richness in the areas of art, architecture, design and photography. The collection provides strong historical and contemporary perspectives, and specialized materials in landscape architecture, ceramics, textiles and jewelry support upper-level research. RISD's specialized library is also noted for its artists' books collection, its rare books, some 400 periodical subscriptions and collections of outstanding visual resources.
RISD/CE students may use the Library facilities, but do not have borrowing privileges. If they would like borrowing privileges, they may become a member, which they can do for a discounted rate of $25 a year.
Graduates of the Children's Book Illustration certificate program are alumni of RISD and qualify for Alumni benefits, as outlined on their web page here.