The Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Museum preserves, exhibits, and makes accessible more than 100,000 words of art and design, including fashion, textiles, sculpture, and paintings. Since 1971, NEH funding has helped the museum open its collections to researchers and the public through fellowship programs, exhibitions, and funding for preservation. Most recently, two NEH grants have helped the RISD Museum undertake major projects aimed at increasing access to its collections: the renovation of and additions to its gallery space and the digitization of a significant collection of Asian textiles.
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