Category Archives: Art on Campus

Share Achievements on Merit

Encourage your student to share achievements through Merit. Merit lets students share their successes — such as making the Dean’s List, joining a club or fraternity, studying abroad, getting a job and even graduating — with their friends and family through their social media networks. Each RIT student has a Merit profile page. More

Thousands Illuminate RIT Campus for the 30th Big Shot Photograph

RIT's Golisano Institute for Sustainability, Louise M. Slaughter Hall and the surrounding quad basked in a sea of light on September 6, 2014 for RIT’s 30th Big Shot. More than 2,900 volunteers, including nearly 1,500 RIT students and 130 alumni, provided the primary light source for the nighttime photo project. More.

NTID students and RIT buildings recognized by Henrietta Chamber

Two buildings on the Rochester Institute of Technology campus as well as students in the arts and imaging studies program at RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf were among the best local businesses, individuals and organizations recognized Wednesday by the Henrietta Chamber of Commerce during their Community of Excellence Awards celebration, held at Locust Hill Country Club.

The awards are intended to recognize those that have made significant and long lasting contributions to business and to the quality of life in Henrietta.

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Baseball. Musical. Comedy.

Damn_Yankees_carousel_55749Batter up!  It’s that time of year, and NTID Performing Arts is presenting a classic baseball musical comedy, Damn Yankees, directed by Luane Davis Haggerty, in RIT/NTID’s Panara Theatre. Running March 13-15 at 7:30 p.m. and March 16 at 2 p.m., tickets are $5 for students/seniors and $7 for all others. Email for reservations or visit the Panara Theatre box officeRead more here.

RIT’s Award-winning Big Shot

RIT Big Shot at HIgh FallsCoordinated by RIT’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences in the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, the signature Big Shot “painting with light” annual night-time community photography event is an RIT innovation that began in 1959.  Volunteers are recruited from wherever the Big Shot is scheduled, and several thousand people of all ages—RIT/NTID students, faculty and staff as well as members of the local community—come out with flashlights and fortitude, warm or cold,  rain or shine, to light the chosen venue and help make a spectacular image of something amazing. This year’s Big Shot was right here at High Falls, Rochester, N.Y.

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