The Arts


Well, What a Thought!

(October 24 2013) Written by: Emma Rogers in Innovation, The Arts

This past Sunday evening, October 20th, concluded the 2013 Thought @ Work Conference. And no- I didn't opt to be lazy by...

The President's Ball - Where My Dad Is More Popular Than Me

(October 22 2013) Written by: Emily O'Shaughnessy in Visiting RIT, Alumni, Clubs, Dining, Faculty, Life After RIT, RIT Behind The Scenes, Student Life, The Arts

My first impression of the ball; driving up to the valet, handing a man my keys, walking away, and immediately hearing a...

Cat Photography: You've got to be kitten me!

(April 01 2013) Written by: Tanner Newcomb in Majors & Minors, Student Life, The Arts

RIT is known for many things, notably its engineers and its artists. The latter comprise a unique demographic on our campus. The...

moonlighting as a photo student

(March 05 2013) Written by: Alissa Anderson in Majors & Minors, The Arts, Women at RIT

As part of my entrepreneurship and new venture creation course I created a youtube video to pitch my business concept to potential...

Imagine RIT: The Best and Brightest

(April 11 2012) Written by: Tanner Newcomb in Alumni, Athletics, Clubs, Festivals, Innovation, Research, Student Life, The Arts

Back in the day when I was a prospective student, one of the things I remember most is all the hype that...

Screen Printing Project

(October 05 2011) Written by: Haley Blanchette in Coursework, Majors & Minors, The Arts

Last winter, I took a required class for my major (Media Arts and Technology) called Print Production Workflow.  We had to do...

RIT Graphic Design Student Receives ADDY Award

(July 06 2011) Written by: Alissa Anderson in Coursework, Majors & Minors, The Arts, Women at RIT

Just checked out the latest from the University News – announcing Andrea Hickey’s latest ADDY award for her “Crime Scene Fashion” fashion...


(April 26 2011) Written by: Emily Okey in Coursework, The Arts

One of the studio classes I’m taking this quarter is screenprinting, it’s a nice change of pace from working on a computer...


(March 15 2011) Written by: Josh Kramer in The Arts

If you have ever been to campus, you probably have seen the Infinity Sculpture sitting in the middle of the academic side...