Students, faculty, staff and alumni from RIT’s College of Art and Design descended on Manhattan last week for NYCxDesign—New York City’s annual celebration of design that attracts hundreds of thousands from across the globe—that included a memorable celebration on the iconic Sesame Street.
A multidisciplinary contingent of RIT faculty, students and alumni is creating awareness and innovative design solutions to improve the quality of medical care and education for some of the most vulnerable in Central America.
The pioneering work of Abram Games, a prominent British graphic designer renowned for his inimitable wartime poster designs, is now on display at University Gallery in Booth Hall on the RIT campus through March 9.
Dozens of RIT students, faculty and staff left New York City exhausted yet inspired after the university’s most ambitious presence ever at NYCxDESIGN, the Big Apple’s sixth-annual celebration of design. Scores of visitors crowded into RIT’s seven exhibits and events showcased May 16 to 23.
Nearly 50 RIT students, faculty and staff from RIT’s College of Imaging Arts and Sciences and Kate Gleason College of Engineering are exhibiting a wide variety of projects at NYCxDESIGN—New York City’s annual celebration of design.
By partnering with industry, RIT’s industrial design department’s Metaproject teaches students the role of research at every stage of the design process. After eight years, this senior studio has proven to be a successful vehicle for fostering innovative thinking and thoughtful product design.
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