Bevier Gallery


Bevier Gallery is the primary on-campus exhibition venue for RIT’s College of Art and Design, hosting rotating exhibitions that feature the creative work of students, faculty, alumni and more. The space allows students to display their coursework in exhibitions while developing ways to share, promote and curate their output. Bevier Gallery also offers student employment opportunities that instill gallery management and curation skills.

Current Exhibition


High School/Middle School Art Exhibition 2022

January 14 to January 29

Virtual Award Presentation Click Here

An exhibition celebrating student work from regional high schools and middle schools. Awards will be presented to selected students in a virtual award ceremony (link above). 


Friday, January 28 from 9AM to 6PM

Saturday, January 29 from 12PM to 5PM


Start Here 2022


Upcoming Exhibitions

Letha Wilson

February 10 - March 12

Part of the Anna Ballarian Visiting Artist Series

Letha Wilson

Letha Wilson is a contemporary artist known for “breaking the rules” of photography, often transforming her photographs into objects that bend and curve out of walls, becoming three-dimensional sculpture. 

Her work has appeared in solo and group exhibitions worldwide, including GRIMM, Amsterdam (NL) and New York, N.Y. (U.S.); the Center for Contemporary Art and Culture, Portland, Ore. (U.S.); the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, Mass. (U.S.), the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, and Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Paris (FR). Artsy recently named Wilson an emerging artist to watch, and one of twenty female artists who are "pushing sculpture forward."

Wilson installed an outdoor sculpture on the north lawn of Booth/Gannett Halls in Fall 2021. Titled Craters of the Moon Foldback, it consists of UV photographs printed on steel. The outdoor sculpture will be on view for a minimum of two years as part of her visit to RIT. 

Letha Wilson and John Aasp stand next to Wilson's sculpture on the RIT Campus

MFA Thesis Exhibitions (School of Art and School of American Crafts)

March to May 2022

A series of group exhibitions showcasing the thesis work of MFA candidates from the School of Art and School for American Crafts.



Past Exhibitions

START HERE 2021 Virtual Exhibition

A virtual exhibition celebrating the art of high school and middle school students.

MFA Thesis Exhibitions 2020 / Schools of Art and American Crafts

Because of COVID-19, the MFA Thesis Exhibitions were forced to cancel. The thesis work of these graduate candidates has been presented virtually instead.

Contact Information

Phone: 585-475-2646
Email: Gallery Coordinator Shane Durgee
Mail: Bevier Gallery
Booth Hall (7A)
73 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
Visitor parking is available in Lots E and F

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Gallery Hours (open to the public)

Monday-Friday — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday — 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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