February 28, 2023
DALL-E 2 and Midjourney can be a boon for industrial designers
Essay by Juan Noguera, assistant professor of design, published by The Conversation.
February 27, 2023
SHED will showcase RIT maker community
Nearly 70 different RIT student teams and clubs are poised to move into the Student Hall for Exploration and Development (SHED) this summer in preparation for the building’s official opening in the fall semester.
February 24, 2023
How do you sneak a US president into a warzone without anyone noticing?
The Associated Press features President Joe Biden's surprise visit to Ukraine, which was documented in part by AP photographer Evan Vucci '00 (professional photographic illustration).
February 23, 2023
Fine art photography capstone exhibition opens March 2
"Sleight of Hand" features seven artists focusing on the ephemeral — dreams, nostalgia, the fluidity of memory, and the inevitability of loss.
February 22, 2023
2023 Imagine RIT poster blends technology with the arts
An imaginary close-up of the inside of a computer, mixed with neon lights, microphones, an artist’s palette, molecules, and computer code, has been selected as this year’s Imagine RIT: Creativity and Innovation Festival poster. The winning poster was created by Annelise Wall, a second-year new media design major.
February 16, 2023
Study Away: LA program offers film students professional and life experiences
RIT's Study Away: LA program took its maiden voyage in the fall as students immersed themselves in the Hollywood filmmaking and entertainment landscape.
February 15, 2023
RIT grad’s art ‘New Tricks’ featured on the cover of ‘The New Yorker’
RIT alumnus John W. Tomac ’03 (illustration) has recreated The New Yorker’s iconic dandy Eustace Tilley as a dog for the cover of the magazine’s February 2023 issue, which is on stands now. Tomac’s artwork, called New Tricks, continues the tradition of The New Yorker’s annual February anniversary issue displaying a different artist’s version of the magazine’s mascot.
February 14, 2023
RIT named among top 5 game design schools in the country
RIT has again been ranked as one of the top game design universities in the nation. RIT was named No. 5 on the Animation Career Review list of Top 50 Game Design Schools and Colleges in the U.S. and No. 2 in New York state.
February 13, 2023
Professor's photos added to Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection
Nine images from Professor Gregory Halpern's book ZZYZX are now part of the Museum of Modern Art's physical and online permanent collection, joining a litany of artistic legends to receive the honor.
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.
February 6, 2023
Retrograde wins Ovation: RIT Performing Arts Showcase
Retrograde, a classical rock band formed about a year and a half ago with five RIT students, won best performance and a $500 prize in this year’s Ovation: RIT Performing Arts Showcase, held Friday night in Ingle Auditorium.
February 1, 2023
Making connections in Los Angeles
When Sarah Mehani landed in Los Angeles in August 2022, her goal was to get more experience and connect with other aspiring filmmakers. She achieved that and more during her time as a rentals intern at AbelCine.