RIT welcomes Anna Hepler to RIT for a solo exhibition, artist talk, and more as part of the Anna Ballarian Visiting Artist Series.
Artist Talk and Exhibition Opening: Thursday, February 16, 5:00 PM
Bevier Gallery, Booth Hall, RIT Campus
ART OUT celebrates the creative talent of RIT students from across the College of Art and Design and beyond. A call for entries is open to any currently enrolled RIT student, as well as any student who graduated in May 2022. Entries are selected by an invited juror.
The Charrette is an annual, intensive workshop for RIT College of Art and Design students in Foundation classes. Students have one week to create sculptural objects out of various materials based on a given theme. The designs are then showcased during a final reception — where select creations are also chosen for awards and inclusion in a curated exhibit in RIT's Bevier Gallery.
After a two-year hiatus, the CAD Faculty Exhibition returns! This group show brings together work in various media from faculty across the College of Art and Design, highlighting Art and American Crafts, Design, Film and Animation, and Photographic Arts and Sciences. The exhibition spans two galleries: Bevier Gallery (Booth Hall, 2600) and William Harris Gallery (Gannett Hall, 3030).
Seniors in Studio Arts present their capstone exhibitions in various media in two locations: City Art Space (downtown Rochester) and Bevier Gallery (RIT Campus).
Graduate students in the Schools of Art and American Crafts present their thesis exhibitions in multiple locations: City Art Space (downtown Rochester) and Bevier Gallery (RIT Campus).
Featuring Abigail Benkovich, Eric Bohrer, Shuling Chen, Neha Atul Joshi, Shayna Kiblin, Chunbum Park, Jennifer Schoonmaker, and Morgan Sychtysz.
A solo exhibition of sculptural models and artist book pages accompanying Wilson's outdoor sculpture installation as part of the Anna Ballarian Visiting Artist Series.
An exhibition celebrating student work from regional high schools and middle schools. Awards will be presented to selected students in a virtual award ceremony.