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It’s Friday; Go Gallery Hopping at RIT

The College of Imaging Arts and Science showcases the works of MFA and BFA students and faculty every year. Tonight, the University, Bevier and William Harris Gallery will be opening their individual exhibitions as a part of

A “Leap Into The Dark”: Vision or Reality?

On First Friday last week, Gallery r opened their new collaborative exhibition. The works of two artists with different expertise in their respective mediums have been joined together to create “Leap Into The Dark”. This fusion of

Explore RIT Art Galleries

We are halfway through the semester and spring weather will be here before we know it. This past Friday was the final First Friday of winter! There are still plenty of great opportunities to check out both new

Benjamin Entner: Drawings, “inflating” ideas beyond conventions

The art galleries on campus continue their streak of displaying incredible works of extraordinary artists. Benjamin Entner, Assistant Professor of Sculpture and Art History at SUNY Oswego, is one such artist. Entner, accompanied by his students Vanesa

“Where We Stand,” a glimpse into the world of photojournalism

The cold weather and heavy coursework is catching up to many of us, but for the students at RIT’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (SPAS), this is probably the most critical and fun part of the

Last chance to see award-winning art from regional high school and middle school students

Now is your last chance to check out the Bevier Gallery’s Rochester Regional High School and Middle School exhibition. The idea of this exhibition was to invite young artists from Rochester and the Finger Lakes area to

University Gallery unveils its first spring exhibition with Bernard Meyers

University Gallery continues its streak of showcasing works of extraordinary artists. This spring, the gallery will display the work of RIT alumnus Bernard Meyers. Following his graduation with BFA in 1977, Meyers opened his studio Portland Photographics

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