Art at RIT Archive

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

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

Celebrate First Friday at RIT’s galleries

Hello Tigers! We are now left with the final two weeks of fall semester and the pressure is mounting. If you are looking somewhere to unwind and refresh, what better place than RIT’s art galleries? On the

“These Things”

William Harris Gallery opened its new exhibition, “These Things,” Nov. 18. It is a group exhibition showcasing the final projects of 17 students taking the Curating and Managing Art Spaces course from the College of Imaging and

Behind the scenes of “Norman Ives: Constructions and Reconstructions”

The University Gallery and Bevier Gallery at RIT are set to inaugurate their collaborative exhibition, “Norman Ives: Constructions and Reconstructions,” sponsored by Vignelli Center for Design Studies. The opening reception will be held Nov. 18, between 4

RIT Art and History is one click away!

Hello Tigers! As you all can see winter is quickly approaching and the semester is nearing the finish line. With time, more and more of us students will be forced to stay in the confines of indoors

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