The Dyer Arts Center has three exhibitions open! The first exhibition is 50 Artists 50 Years which showcases the works of art by 50 alumni artists. The exhibition will have over 100 artworks in various mediums on display. Half of the artworks exhibited will be from the Dyer Arts Center's permanent collection, and the other half will come from alumni from all over the world. At the same time, an exhibition about the history of NTID will open in the Ohringer gallery and will include pictures, memorabilia, and artifacts. In the Glass Room, Susan Dupor's mural, "Together" is on display. All exhibitions will close on Saturday, October 20.
Calling for submissions for the 6x6 Deaf Pride exhibition! Artists will include those who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, interpreters, and allies of the deaf community. All sales will go to support the Dyer Arts Center. Click here for Artist and Installation details. Click here to Download Submission Form.
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In this exhibit, titled 50 Artists 50 Years, 50 alumni artists from all around the country have all come together to show that RIT/NTID has been a great source of influence and inspiration to countless students. Many of RIT/NTID’s students have graduated and gone on to do great things.
This exhibition is a wonderful way to celebrate not only NTID’s 50 years of existence but also the thousands of students and alumni who have passed through the doors of LBJ Hall. The artists in this exhibition are talented people who have fond memories of RIT/NTID and who, through their art, are now coming home.
Jennifer loved to travel and provided support for RIT/NTID study abroad experiences, and this endowed scholarship will continue her legacy.
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