October 9, 2019
RIT graduate student Marissa Dreibelis paints a cat design on 10-year-old Antasia McFee during a community outreach event at the Avenue D Recreation Center in Rochester. Students from RIT's Master of Science for Teachers - Visual Arts All Grades (Art Education) program work with Rochester city children and their families during a fall "Community Art Bash." The annual outreach project is a collaboration between the School of Art in RIT's College of Art and Design, MST Program, Joseph Avenue Arts and Culture Alliance, and the City of Rochester's Recreation Bureau. The outreach is geared toward children and families from Rochester's underserved Northeast Quadrant.