SIGNATURES is an annual RIT publication showcasing student art and literature.
2015 marks SIGNATURES 30th anniversary and in honor of RIT's longstanding reputation of innovation, we are using this milestone as an opportunity to revamp, reinvent, and expand.
As a testament to the change we're striving towards - we've dropped the final "s". SIGNATURE is representative of the mark that our community is capable of leaving behind - we believe that RIT's combination of creativity and technical know-how is capable of creating something cohesive, beautiful, and unique.
That being said, we would like to personally challenge the RIT student body to branch out and reconsider what their definition of art is. Alongside the poetry, poems, and 2D artwork that has always been sought out, we will also be accepting mediums often overlooked in print publication, including video art, music, performance and installation pieces, new media/graphic design, and 3D artwork. These alternative mediums will be featured in a show at Gallery R on May 2, 2015 and stored in our digital archives.
SIGNATURE is a conduit dedicated to serving student artists. If you have an idea, we're interested in hearing it. Please do not hesitate directing any and all questions, concerns, and proposals to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions for the 2015 issue begin OCTOBER 31st
Originally from North Eastern Utah, Sayre is a 4th year 'Fine Art' Photography Student, preparing for the world-at-large.
An Interior Design student with a Psychology concentration and a Writing Studies minor, despite the fact that RIT no longer offers a Writing Studies minor. She enjoys consuming carbohydrates, documenting other people's conversations, and wandering the swamps of RIT.
An animation student minoring in creative writing. She likes to read, watch, and write stories of all kinds.
Design Team Lead
Hailing from Prague, Czech Republic, Jan is the Signaure's web developer responsible for the website. Jan has graduated from New Media Interactive Development with minor in creative writing in 2014 and is currently pursuing a master's degree in IST.
A graphic design major with a minor in media arts and technology and a love for books. Kelly doesn't remember what else she likes at this moment, but if you remind her she'll smile and nod in agreement.