The College of Art and Design's commitment to showcasing the creativity of students, faculty, staff, alumni and other artists extends to online exhibitions and programming.
Our annual high school/middle school exhibition — highlighting artwork of young artists in Rochester and surrounding regions — is virtual in 2021.
Interior Design students partnered with WantedDesign to curate a bar and cafe lounge space as part of its New York City Design Week 2020 showcase. While the event was canceled due to COVID-19, the concepts were delivered online.
A showcase of student and faculty work from spring 2020, when RIT shifted to online-only instruction due to the pandemic.
A collection of student exhibitions that moved online in spring 2020 due to the onset of COVID-19.
Capstone Exhibition (BFA) 2020
The Schools of Art and American Crafts 2020 BFA capstone exhibition was presented online due to COVID-19.
Thesis Exhibition (MFA) 2020
The annual Schools of Art/American Crafts MFA thesis exhibition moved from Bevier Gallery to online in spring 2020.
Photo MFA Thesis Exhibition
"Fractured Horizon" showcases the thesis work of 2020 graduates of our MFA in Photography and Related Media program.
A juried showcase of creativity and innovation by graduate students as part of RIT's fall 2020 Graduate Education Week.