Current Exhibitions

Cary Graphic Arts Collection
Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr.: Freedom Editions
August 10, 2020 to November 30, 2020

Rosa Parks' words are given vivid treatments in these letterpress posters by American printer-activist Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr.

RIT Museum
Artist shaping hot class using metal tools
Visible Storage: Arts and Crafts at RIT
January 31, 2020 to January 15, 2021

A showcase of glass, wood, metals and textiles created by students and faculty from the School for American Crafts and School of Art and Design.

Sunken Gallery
Black and white poster with the text Figure Ground. Explorations from 2D Design. Fall 2020
Figure/Ground: Explorations from 2D Design
October 30, 2020 to December 14, 2020

This pop-up exhibit features the graphic work of students in Rebecca Aloisio’s 2D Design class. Please visit to enjoy the dynamic designs and discover hidden elements in the images.

Library Events

WAL - Wallace (05), 2697
February 12 | 12:00pm - 1:00pm
WAL - Wallace (05), 2697
February 26 | 12:00pm - 1:00pm
WAL - Wallace (05), 2697
March 16 | 12:00pm - 1:00pm
All Events ›

@RITLibraries

  • Friday, January 22, 2021
    Welcome back for the Spring semester! Revisit our Coronavirus Response webpage for the latest on COVID protocols and access to #RIT library services, spaces, and collections. We will keep this webpage up-to-date throughout the semester: https://t.co/pLoCmxWPzN
    Welcome back for the Spring semester! Revisit our Coronavirus Response webpage for the latest on COVID protocols and access to #RIT library services, spaces, and collections. We will keep this webpage up-to-date throughout the semester: https://t.co/pLoCmxWPzN
  • Thursday, January 21, 2021
    It is our honor to award two scholarships annually. Congratulations to this year's recipients! #RIT 🎉 Courtney Barber, a 4th-year museum studies major in @RIT_LiberalArts 🎉 Cameron Collins, a 4th-year mechanical engineering major in @_RITEngineering https://t.co/XXAuelXNs6
    It is our honor to award two scholarships annually. Congratulations to this year's recipients! #RIT 🎉 Courtney Barber, a 4th-year museum studies major in @RIT_LiberalArts 🎉 Cameron Collins, a 4th-year mechanical engineering major in @_RITEngineering https://t.co/XXAuelXNs6
  • Tuesday, January 19, 2021
    In preparation for the construction of the IMLC, a portion of the circulating books in Wallace Library will be relocated to Offsite Collections beginning Monday, Jan. 25. The move is anticipated to take 10 weeks, concluding by early April. #RIT Details: https://t.co/2vv6OkJVFe
    In preparation for the construction of the IMLC, a portion of the circulating books in Wallace Library will be relocated to Offsite Collections beginning Monday, Jan. 25. The move is anticipated to take 10 weeks, concluding by early April. #RIT Details: https://t.co/2vv6OkJVFe
  • Friday, January 15, 2021
    In our final RIT 365 session last semester, @shaniavni led students on an exploration of typography in the #RIT Cary Graphic Arts Collection to discover why fonts matter. One student took what they learned and applied it to improve their own work. https://t.co/Esswyzb6sS
    In our final RIT 365 session last semester, @shaniavni led students on an exploration of typography in the #RIT Cary Graphic Arts Collection to discover why fonts matter. One student took what they learned and applied it to improve their own work. https://t.co/Esswyzb6sS
  • Thursday, January 14, 2021
    New #RIT students learned about #Deaf culture while exploring @ritarchives’ Deaf Studies Archive with @RITNTID librarian, Joan. This RIT 365 session connected communities and gave one student a whole new perspective. https://t.co/X7bHr3qkZo
    New #RIT students learned about #Deaf culture while exploring @ritarchives’ Deaf Studies Archive with @RITNTID librarian, Joan. This RIT 365 session connected communities and gave one student a whole new perspective. https://t.co/X7bHr3qkZo
  • Wednesday, January 13, 2021
    In another @RITStudentLife RIT 365 experience at the library this fall, students explored our archive of #zines — DIY publications produced in limited batches — and then learned how to make their own. Here's what one student said about the experience. #RIT https://t.co/70xmq7hLZn
    In another @RITStudentLife RIT 365 experience at the library this fall, students explored our archive of #zines — DIY publications produced in limited batches — and then learned how to make their own. Here's what one student said about the experience. #RIT https://t.co/70xmq7hLZn