Current Exhibitions

Cary Graphic Arts Collection
The Work of Owen Butler
February 5, 2020 to April 20, 2020

An exhibition featuring the work of Owen Butler, professor emeritus of RIT's School of Photographic Arts and Sciences.

RIT Museum
Artist shaping hot class using metal tools
Visible Storage: Arts and Crafts at RIT
January 31, 2020 to July 31, 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
Letterpress poster. Text reads Hatch Show Print. A Selection of Posters. On view December 2019 - February 2020.
Hatch Show Print: A Selection of Posters
December 1, 2019 to February 28, 2020

This pop-up exhibit celebrates the dynamic letterpress music posters of Hatch Show Print – a fantastic print shop affiliated with the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Library Events

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  • Friday, June 19, 2020
    Interested in #afrofuturism? Check out our #OpenAccess journal @3rdstonejournal for conversation on literature, art, music and pop culture that advocates for removing obstacles that have stifled or silenced people of African descent and their imagination. https://t.co/0qByMZJUfd
    Interested in #afrofuturism? Check out our #OpenAccess journal @3rdstonejournal for conversation on literature, art, music and pop culture that advocates for removing obstacles that have stifled or silenced people of African descent and their imagination. https://t.co/0qByMZJUfd
  • Thursday, June 4, 2020
    In this moment, many @RITtigers are asking, what can I do? We can all educate ourselves on antiracism work, the history of systemic racism, the lived experiences of people of color, and white privilege. Here’s a reading list to get you started. #RIT (1/10) https://t.co/yTzNNpIeGf
    In this moment, many @RITtigers are asking, what can I do? We can all educate ourselves on antiracism work, the history of systemic racism, the lived experiences of people of color, and white privilege. Here’s a reading list to get you started. #RIT (1/10) https://t.co/yTzNNpIeGf
  • Thursday, May 28, 2020
    Want to keep up on the latest #ROC news from home? Access the full @DandC online through @ritlibraries subscription. #RIT Login with your @RITtigers ID for access information: https://t.co/93MyWwmlRr
    Want to keep up on the latest #ROC news from home? Access the full @DandC online through @ritlibraries subscription. #RIT Login with your @RITtigers ID for access information: https://t.co/93MyWwmlRr
  • Thursday, May 21, 2020
    We're celebrating #GeekPrideDay next week! Join us for a free online talk with @Monotype designer @Tosche_E exploring 50 years of video game history through arcade game #typography. 🕹️ https://t.co/2G4wrPLlnM
    We're celebrating #GeekPrideDay next week! Join us for a free online talk with @Monotype designer @Tosche_E exploring 50 years of video game history through arcade game #typography. 🕹️ https://t.co/2G4wrPLlnM
  • Friday, May 15, 2020
    We have extended @RITtigers library book due dates. #RIT 🐯 Students registered for Summer or Fall classes: extended to September 2020 🧑‍🏫 Faculty and staff: extended to May 2021 🧑‍🎓 Recently graduated students: please return books when possible https://t.co/lzCy1YNBKV
    We have extended @RITtigers library book due dates. #RIT 🐯 Students registered for Summer or Fall classes: extended to September 2020 🧑‍🏫 Faculty and staff: extended to May 2021 🧑‍🎓 Recently graduated students: please return books when possible https://t.co/lzCy1YNBKV
  • Wednesday, May 13, 2020
    Circulation Desk supervisor Amy Lindsay has been sewing face masks from her home as part of a @UnitedWayROC project. Using skills she developed as a seamstress for area high school theater productions, she has sewn 125 masks for local essential workers. #RIT #ROC #covid19 https://t.co/Z1cEQlMmnC
    Circulation Desk supervisor Amy Lindsay has been sewing face masks from her home as part of a @UnitedWayROC project. Using skills she developed as a seamstress for area high school theater productions, she has sewn 125 masks for local essential workers. #RIT #ROC #covid19 https://t.co/Z1cEQlMmnC