RIT’s School for American Crafts Students Showcased at Walkthrough, May 16

Students in school’s metals, wood, ceramics and glass programs will display top pieces




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Elizabeth Lamark, ETC Photo/The Wallace Center

This necklace designed by Kate Cosden, a fourth-year metal crafts and jewelry major, will be among the final pieces on exhibit at the School for American Crafts’ Walkthrough on May 16.

The creativity of talented student artists from Rochester Institute of Technology’s School for American Crafts will be highlighted during a special one-day annual event.

“Walkthrough” is from 4 to 7 p.m. May 16 in James E. Booth Hall on the RIT campus.

The spring Walkthrough is both a celebration and a significant educational event that began more than 20 years ago for RIT’s School for American Crafts. Visitors are welcome to walk through the school’s metals, wood, ceramics and glass studios. All undergraduate and graduate students will display some of their top pieces produced during the school year.

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call RIT’s School for American Crafts at 585-475-6114.

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Elizabeth Lamark, ETC Photo/The Wallace Center

This necklace designed by Kate Cosden, a fourth-year metal crafts and jewelry major, will be among the final pieces on exhibit at the School for American Crafts’ Walkthrough on May 16.