September 24, 2023
Meet an Artist Who Writes Comics About Jazz
Slate's "Working" podcast features Dave Chisholm, adjunct faculty member in the College of Art and Design.
September 22, 2023
Researchers explore how embracing AI can create new opportunities for traditional artisans
Many creators are hesitant to embrace artificial intelligence (AI) as part of the artistic process. Opting to dive in head first, industrial designers Juan Noguera and Paolo Cardini are interested in the new technology’s potential to provide more autonomy for traditional artisans across the globe.
September 21, 2023
Adam Kubert Visit 2023
Adam Kubert visited RIT for the grand opening of the Kubert Lounge and Gallery in the Cary Graphics Arts Collection within Wallace Library, and to lead a discussion about his work on the Spider-Man India series.
September 21, 2023
The Microwave Makes No Sense
The Atlantic talks to Keli DiRisio, assistant professor in the School of Design, about the lack of advances and updates to the microwave. (This content requires a subscription to view.)
September 20, 2023
Atiba Jefferson shares his skills and experience with photography students during visit to RIT
A group of RIT photography students dropped in at Roc City Skatepark last Friday with photographer Atiba Jefferson to practice their photo skills and learn from an industry expert.
September 18, 2023
Comics go to college—RIT opens Kubert Comics Lounge and Gallery
Comics fans have a super friend in RIT and a new place to pay homage to legendary DC Comics artist and educator Joe Kubert. The Kubert Lounge and Gallery opens to the public this fall at the Cary Graphic Arts Collection in RIT’s university library. Marvel Comics artist and RIT alumnus Adam Kubert ’81 donated his father’s archive to inspire young artists.
September 16, 2023
Skating through the lens: Renowned photographer teaches RIT students the art of capturing action
WHAM-TV features a workshop with RIT photography students at Roc City Skatepark.
September 15, 2023
Students are studying gardening, pirates, and art ‘younger than the internet’ in the classroom this fall
Gardening, piracy, and contemporary art are just three of the varied topics students will delve into over this semester as part of RIT’s General Education curriculum.
September 13, 2023
Looking for inspiration? Try visiting the Vignelli Center for Design Studies Archives
Jennifer Whitlock, the archivist at RIT’s Vignelli Center for Design Studies, says a peek into the archives vault can help students and researchers find that spark of inspiration.
September 11, 2023
Growing accelerated degrees program gives students a leg up
A growing cohort of RIT students is enrolling in the university’s Combined Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s Degrees program, which provides pathways for highly focused, goal-oriented students to earn both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in a shortened, consolidated experience.
September 10, 2023
What Leotard Can Compare to This?
The New York Times features Pari Dukovic ’06 (professional photographic illustration). (This content may require a subscription to view.)
August 31, 2023
She Sacrificed Her Youth to Get the Tech Bros to Grow Up
Wired features Patricia Moore ’74 (industrial design), an internationally renowned designer.