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 September 30, 2020

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
Light green rectangle with text overlaid. Text reads "Selections from the Poster Collection. Sunken Gallery. Fall 2020 Semester. Design Inspiration"
Design Inspiration: Selections from the Poster Collection
August 30, 2020 to December 15, 2020

This pop-up exhibit features the work of designer Michael Schwab and historical posters that inspired his design aesthetic.

@RITLibraries

  • Friday, October 23, 2020
    How do we work toward equity in scholarly publishing? Join us for a free, virtual panel discussion exploring Toolkits for Equity, practices for administering equitable STEM research, and the creation of an #OpenAccess journal on Afrofuturism. #ScholComm https://t.co/uzIR2CGmq7
    How do we work toward equity in scholarly publishing? Join us for a free, virtual panel discussion exploring Toolkits for Equity, practices for administering equitable STEM research, and the creation of an #OpenAccess journal on Afrofuturism. #ScholComm https://t.co/uzIR2CGmq7
  • Thursday, October 22, 2020
    Ever wondered how library books are organized? Your @RITGolisanoCCIS librarian Roman explains call numbers in this week's library minute. #RIT #AskALibrarian ▶ https://t.co/zM7nmtO4A8
    Ever wondered how library books are organized? Your @RITGolisanoCCIS librarian Roman explains call numbers in this week's library minute. #RIT #AskALibrarian ▶ https://t.co/zM7nmtO4A8
  • Wednesday, October 21, 2020
    There's still time to support the academic success of all #RIT students with your gift to @ritlibraries! Every gift makes a difference. #ROARDay 👉 https://t.co/SGEoWSKU9k
    There's still time to support the academic success of all #RIT students with your gift to @ritlibraries! Every gift makes a difference. #ROARDay 👉 https://t.co/SGEoWSKU9k
  • Wednesday, October 21, 2020
    Our day of giving, #ROARDay, starts now! Round up your fellow Tigers and support RIT Libraries today! #RIT https://t.co/Wc6P9w85JY
    Our day of giving, #ROARDay, starts now! Round up your fellow Tigers and support RIT Libraries today! #RIT https://t.co/Wc6P9w85JY
  • Tuesday, October 20, 2020
    FAKE NEWS! We've all seen the accusations, but how do you know what's true? Learn about some helpful methods and resources in this week's virtual workshop with your @RITbusiness librarian Jennifer (@ritbizlibrarian). #RIT Wed. 10/21, 4:00-4:30pm Register: https://t.co/7d5Asl0ZTm
    FAKE NEWS! We've all seen the accusations, but how do you know what's true? Learn about some helpful methods and resources in this week's virtual workshop with your @RITbusiness librarian Jennifer (@ritbizlibrarian). #RIT Wed. 10/21, 4:00-4:30pm Register: https://t.co/7d5Asl0ZTm
  • Thursday, October 15, 2020
    Have you joined the 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge? Each weekday Oct. 23-Nov. 20, you will get an email with resources to learn about racial equity and recommendations to reflect or take action to build a more equitable community. #RIT Sign up: https://t.co/1qHk5YTSuU
    Have you joined the 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge? Each weekday Oct. 23-Nov. 20, you will get an email with resources to learn about racial equity and recommendations to reflect or take action to build a more equitable community. #RIT Sign up: https://t.co/1qHk5YTSuU