BFA, Bowling Green State University; MFA, University of Georgia
In the News
February 8, 2023
College of Art and Design’s new MAKE program opens doors for creative exploration
RIT students will have more opportunities to flex their creative muscles outside of the classroom through a new program called MAKE, housed within RIT’s College of Art and Design. The new program creates opportunities for students outside of the college to engage with the resources and expertise available within the School for American Crafts and School of Art.
April 5, 2022
Podcast: Technology In Art
Intersections: The RIT Podcast, Ep. 57: In every art course and studio environment at RIT, technology is integral to the delivery of content and production of work. Elizabeth Kronfield, director of the School of Art and School for American Crafts, and Abigail Benkovich, an MFA metals and jewelry design student, discuss how RIT is in a unique position to blur the line between technology and making for students in the College of Art and Design.
February 9, 2022
Reignited artist series brings new sculptures and artist engagement to RIT campus
Two outdoor sculptures are adorning RIT’s campus this academic year, with more on the way. Works by artists Joshua Enck and Letha Wilson have revived an outdoor sculpture initiative that is part of the School of Art’s Anna Ballarian Visiting Artist Series.
Two-Person Exhibition on a Barnam and Bailey Circus Rail Car, sponsored by International Sculpture Center, held at the International Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron Art, Steamtown Park, Scranton,...
ICCCIA Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Confluence Sculpture Park, Scranton, PA 2018-2019
Sculpture created during Artist Residency at SanBao Ceramics Arts Institute in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Providence, China. Iron cast at the Ferrous foundry in Jingdezhen. Exhibited as part of Liquid...