Current Exhibitions

Cary Graphic Arts Collection
Zapf Centenary
Monday, August 27, 2018 to Wednesday, October 31, 2018
This exhibit celebrates Hermann Zapf and Gudrun Zapf von Hesse for their profound influence on the world of design.
RIT Museum
Photo by Bea Nettles
Photography and Photographers at RIT
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 to Saturday, September 15, 2018
An exhibition highlighting RIT’s 116 years of photography education, which began with a strong technical focus and encompasses advertising, fine art, and photojournalism.
Sunken Gallery
black and white photogravure reproduction by Paul Strand
The Luminous Print: An Appreciation of Photogravure
Thursday, March 15, 2018 to Friday, June 15, 2018
The Luminous Print exhibition features over 100 examples of the photogravure printing process, which combines the fine detail of photography with the wide tonal range of fine arts intaglio printing.

Library Events

WAL - Wallace (05), Via Lab (2nd floor)
August 16 | 8:00am - 5:00pm
WAL - Wallace (05), community area outside of radscc 1545
August 17 | 9:00am - 4:00pm
WAL - Wallace (05), 3650
September 4 | 2:00pm - 3:00pm
All Events ›

@RITLibraries

  • Monday, August 13, 2018
    6 Year One instructors from @ritlibraries, and they’re all excited to welcome new Tigers to #RIT! @ASCatRIT @snationknapperpic.twitter.com/Fs8m3yiMXO

    6 Year One instructors from , and they’re all excited to welcome new Tigers to ! 🐯

  • Thursday, August 9, 2018
    Today is National #BookLoversDay! ...Wait, you mean that’s not every day? #RITpic.twitter.com/XoumfzWeKG

    Today is National ! ...Wait, you mean that’s not every day?

  • Monday, August 6, 2018
    Day 7 of 7: 7 black & white photos of #library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by @RobbinsLibUR and today we challenge @OrkneyLibrary. #RITpic.twitter.com/eePZRu7DwC

    Day 7 of 7: 7 black & white photos of life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by and today we challenge .

  • Monday, August 6, 2018
    Java Wally's is closed today for maintenance. But don't panic, they'll reopen tomorrow. #RITpic.twitter.com/Cr4s6gaVhk

    Java Wally's is closed today for maintenance. But don't panic, they'll reopen tomorrow. ☕

  • Sunday, August 5, 2018
    Day 6 of 7: 7 black & white photos of #library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by @RobbinsLibUR and today we challenge @ritarchives. #RITpic.twitter.com/L55Mt631k4

    Day 6 of 7: 7 black & white photos of life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by and today we challenge .

  • Saturday, August 4, 2018
    Day 5 of 7: 7 black & white photos of #library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by @RobbinsLibUR and today we challenge @MCLS. #RITpic.twitter.com/zTu18u9RLJ

    Day 5 of 7: 7 black & white photos of life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by and today we challenge .

  • Friday, August 3, 2018
    Today's construction update includes a sea of Tiger Orange!pic.twitter.com/nyd88uRO2f

    Today's construction update includes a sea of Tiger Orange!

  • Friday, August 3, 2018
    Day 4 of 7: 7 black & white photos of #library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by @RobbinsLibUR and today we challenge @RocCityLibrary. #RITpic.twitter.com/uYwJgwQXKO

    Day 4 of 7: 7 black & white photos of life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by and today we challenge .

  • Thursday, August 2, 2018
    Day 3 of 7: 7 black & white photos of #library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by @RobbinsLibUR and today we challenge @RULibraries. #RITpic.twitter.com/u23wdDUjba

    Day 3 of 7: 7 black & white photos of life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by and today we challenge .

  • Wednesday, August 1, 2018
    Day 2 of 7: 7 black & white photos of #library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by @RobbinsLibUR and today we challenge @HenriettaPL. #RITpic.twitter.com/nHyWFpg41d

    Day 2 of 7: 7 black & white photos of life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by and today we challenge .

  • Tuesday, July 31, 2018
    Day 1 of 7: 7 black & white photos of #library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by @RobbinsLibUR and today we challenge @nypl. #RITpic.twitter.com/YToSUq6sXZ

    Day 1 of 7: 7 black & white photos of life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day. We were originally challenged by and today we challenge .

  • Monday, July 30, 2018
    Sixty years ago this month, @NASA was established to coordinate US activities in space, "devoted to peaceful purposes for the benefit of all mankind." Learn more with resources from #RIT libraries, including some captivating #space photography books: https://albert.rit.edu pic.twitter.com/jUtHvpt91p

    Sixty years ago this month, was established to coordinate US activities in space, "devoted to peaceful purposes for the benefit of all mankind." Learn more with resources from libraries, including some captivating photography books: https://albert.rit.edu 

  • Monday, July 30, 2018
    "Aquatic Flora Series. No.3" by John Hair (1985)- this ceramic sculpture is part of our Purchase Prize collection. Stop by the archives to see this piece and many more. And be sure to visit the Purchase Prize exhibit now on display on the 1st floor of @ritlibrariespic.twitter.com/fvT2LFpGod

    "Aquatic Flora Series. No.3" by John Hair (1985)- this ceramic sculpture is part of our Purchase Prize collection. Stop by the archives to see this piece and many more. And be sure to visit the Purchase Prize exhibit now on display on the 1st floor of