Design community is growing in the Ocean State

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AMERICANS WHO IDENTIFIED themselves as artists in 2005 numbered 1.99 million - more than doctors, farmers and those in the legal profession. (To view a full-size version of this chart, click here.) /
When Malcolm Grear, professor emeritus at the Rhode Island School of Design, opened his design studio in Providence nearly 50 years ago, a lot of people thought it was a foolish idea. “I remember when we first came here [in 1960], people said a design studio would never work in Providence,” said the renowned graphic…

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