Intersections: The RIT Podcast
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Episode 61: RIT Big Shot celebrates 35 years
It all started in 1987 with a community project, a handful of faculty, and 37 students. Now, the RIT Big Shot is a larger campus tradition than anyone anticipated. In this episode of Intersections: The RIT Podcast, get a glimpse of the history behind the RIT Big Shot and a taste for the team’s future plans, in celebration of a new exhibit, RIT Big Shot: 35 Years of Painting with Light. Michael Peres, Gannett Chair in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, has worked on the Big Shot since its inception. He is joined by Dan Hughes, lecturer in SPAS, and Eric Kunsman, assistant professor in Visual Communication Studies at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, who will lead the Big Shot into the future.
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