RIT Museum

The RIT Museum provides a dedicated space for exhibits that allow for more in-depth explorations of RIT’s rich history and an opportunity to present exhibitions drawn from RIT/NTID’s unique Deaf Studies Archive as well as the University Art Collection. Exhibits change every six months. Visit often and enrich your understanding of the university’s past and learn about these special collections!

Location: Third floor, The Wallace Center
Open the same hours as The Wallace Center

Currently at the museum:

The Stories They Tell

The Stories They Tell

 

This year archives across the United States are sharing examples from their collections that specifically give voice to people who have a unique, surprising or compelling story to tell. RIT Archive Collections, encompassing the RIT Archives, The University Art Collection and the RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive, exists to document the history of the university, but what is RIT’s history if not the stories of all the individuals who have worked and studied here? This exhibit taps into the collections to display records that reveal this human side of RIT’s history. We hope you enjoy the diversity of voices.