Current Exhibitions

Cary Graphic Arts Collection
The RIT Murals
Josef Albers: The RIT Murals
Monday, February 11, 2019 to Friday, May 31, 2019
This exhibition celebrates the 50th anniversary of Josef Albers' murals on the Henrietta campus by narrating their history amidst the backdrop of Albers’ stimulating artistic work in color theory.
RIT Museum
Rewarding Investment in Tomorrow: 50 Years on the Henrietta Campus
Friday, October 19, 2018 to Sunday, May 19, 2019
Explore the growth of the Henrietta campus from inception to the present with photos and documents from the RIT Archives.
Sunken Gallery
Jacqueline Casey: Selected Posters
Friday, March 1, 2019 to Sunday, March 31, 2019
Pop-up exhibit of posters by MIT designer Jacqueline Casey

Library Events

WAL - Wallace (05), 3650
April 22 | 12:00pm - 1:00pm
WAL - Wallace (05), 1st Floor
April 29 | 5:00pm - 9:00pm
WAL - Wallace (05), Sunken Gallery (2nd floor)
April 30 | 10:00am - 10:30am
All Events ›

@RITLibraries

  • Wednesday, April 17, 2019
    Each semester, we celebrate all of our amazing student employees. We couldn’t do it without them! Happy National Student Employment Week! #RITpic.twitter.com/Xn3npSGF4p

    Each semester, we celebrate all of our amazing student employees. We couldn’t do it without them! Happy National Student Employment Week! 🎉

  • Friday, April 12, 2019
    At the end of the day, you may find Kari in her office replying to emails or preparing for whatever the next day will bring. To find her office, just look for the latest art on the chalk wall and Kari's signature purple cart parked beside her door. : Anna Layden '21 #RIT 4/4pic.twitter.com/EZX89ZnfvG

    At the end of the day, you may find Kari in her office replying to emails or preparing for whatever the next day will bring. To find her office, just look for the latest art on the chalk wall and Kari's signature purple cart parked beside her door. 📸: Anna Layden '21 4/4

  • Thursday, April 11, 2019
    Did you know #librarians carefully curate the collections in their subject area? Kari has acquired materials that meet the specific needs of @RIT_artdesign faculty and students, making our collections as unique as the programs @RITtigers offers. : Anne Layden '21 #RIT 3/4pic.twitter.com/g9kFoZr0S2

    Did you know carefully curate the collections in their subject area? Kari has acquired materials that meet the specific needs of faculty and students, making our collections as unique as the programs offers. 📸: Anne Layden '21 3/4

  • Thursday, April 11, 2019
    We're at the Graduate Student Resource Fair 11am-2pm today! Stop by the Fireside Lounge to learn more about how we support @ritgradlife and chat with Linette, @_RITEngineering/@RITEngTech librarian, and Adwoa, @RITscience/@RIThealthsci librarian! #RITpic.twitter.com/yQVIrm0s8E

    We're at the Graduate Student Resource Fair 11am-2pm today! Stop by the Fireside Lounge to learn more about how we support and chat with Linette, / librarian, and Adwoa, / librarian!

  • Wednesday, April 10, 2019
    Maybe you met Kari in one of the 70+ classes she visited last semester... Faculty often invite Kari into their classes to teach them how to find books in the stacks and how to search #library databases like @Artstor and @AP Images Collection. : Anna Layden '21 #RIT 2/4pic.twitter.com/i8ehdOa2Sa

    Maybe you met Kari in one of the 70+ classes she visited last semester... Faculty often invite Kari into their classes to teach them how to find books in the stacks and how to search databases like and Images Collection. 📸: Anna Layden '21 2/4

  • Tuesday, April 9, 2019
    The archives were busy yesterday as Kari hosted this Elements of Fine Arts class. Students were treated to many different types of artist books, including an edible book with an exposed binding. Would you be interested in bringing your class to explore the archives? Contact us!pic.twitter.com/azP6B689uO

    The archives were busy yesterday as Kari hosted this Elements of Fine Arts class. Students were treated to many different types of artist books, including an edible book with an exposed binding. Would you be interested in bringing your class to explore the archives? Contact us!

  • Tuesday, April 9, 2019
    It's #NationalLibraryWeek! This year, we're giving you a glimpse into a #DayInTheLife of our enthusiastic @RIT_artdesign #librarian, Kari. She is always excited to work with #RIT students and faculty... and ready with a high five to celebrate their successes. : Anna Layden '21pic.twitter.com/y5r2Hp945o

    It's ! This year, we're giving you a glimpse into a of our enthusiastic , Kari. She is always excited to work with students and faculty... and ready with a high five to celebrate their successes. 📸: Anna Layden '21

  • Wednesday, April 3, 2019
    Tigers go all over the world to study. Here are the top 5 destinations in 2017-18. @RITStudyAbroad #RIT #studyabroadpic.twitter.com/DzYIn5wWUk

    Tigers go all over the world to study. Here are the top 5 destinations in 2017-18.

  • Wednesday, April 3, 2019
    Did you develop #digital projects for your courses this semester? Looking for ideas on how to begin? Join an informal faculty discussion on April 10 to share ideas and lesson plans, or plan for future collaborations. #RIT Register: http://ow.ly/ofGk50koaT0 pic.twitter.com/bCeMDVfG6j

    Did you develop projects for your courses this semester? Looking for ideas on how to begin? Join an informal faculty discussion on April 10 to share ideas and lesson plans, or plan for future collaborations. Register: http://ow.ly/ofGk50koaT0 

  • Wednesday, April 3, 2019
    Looking to publish your next (or first) book? Meet @RITPress and learn how to pitch your idea for a book, how the manuscript peer review/editorial process works, and more. #RIT @RIT_AcadAffairs @RIT_FCDS Friday, April 5 — 11:00am - 12:30pm Register: https://bddy.me/2YM72vR pic.twitter.com/m94St46mBt

    Looking to publish your next (or first) book? Meet and learn how to pitch your idea for a book, how the manuscript peer review/editorial process works, and more. Friday, April 5 — 11:00am - 12:30pm Register: https://bddy.me/2YM72vR 

  • Tuesday, April 2, 2019
    The archives was host to @RIT_LiberalArts Professor Hermsen and Dr. Whitney's joint class using Esri Story Maps to tell stories about #RIT and Rochester. Emphasizing place-based research, the students will be using photographs and oral histories to build their stories.pic.twitter.com/EV99X2hw1m

    The archives was host to Professor Hermsen and Dr. Whitney's joint class using Esri Story Maps to tell stories about and Rochester. Emphasizing place-based research, the students will be using photographs and oral histories to build their stories.

  • Tuesday, April 2, 2019
    Not sure where to begin with that upcoming presentation? Nervous about public speaking? The Expressive Communication Center here on the 2nd floor offers 1-on-1 help preparing presentations, practicing your delivery, and managing anxiety: https://bddy.me/2YIle9b . #RIT #TipTuesdaypic.twitter.com/UCbsbkMgnM

    Not sure where to begin with that upcoming presentation? Nervous about public speaking? The Expressive Communication Center here on the 2nd floor offers 1-on-1 help preparing presentations, practicing your delivery, and managing anxiety: https://bddy.me/2YIle9b .

  • Thursday, March 28, 2019
    The winning design for this year's @Imagine_RIT poster contest was created by Maggie Blaisdell, a second-year student in @RIT_artdesign. Congratulations, Maggie! https://bddy.me/2YzefQ2  #imagineRIT #RITpic.twitter.com/rhanW7fe5o

    The winning design for this year's poster contest was created by Maggie Blaisdell, a second-year student in . Congratulations, Maggie! https://bddy.me/2YzefQ2 

  • Friday, March 29, 2019
    Did you miss #WomenWikiRIT last week? @colalibrarian Lara Nicosia and @RIT_artdesign librarian Kari Horowicz discussed the event with @RBJdaily reporter @DianaLCarter on the latest RBJ podcast: https://rbj.net/2019/03/28/women-on-wikipedia/ …. #RITpic.twitter.com/a8vcZ4vI1s

    Did you miss last week? Lara Nicosia and librarian Kari Horowicz discussed the event with reporter on the latest RBJ podcast: https://rbj.net/2019/03/28/women-on-wikipedia/ ….

  • Wednesday, March 27, 2019
    We continue to celebrate #WomensHistoryMonth with the addition of a new collection. @ritlibraries yearly event, Women on Wikipedia is now represented in the archives! Currently, the collection contains items from 2017-2019. We look forward to adding to it next year.pic.twitter.com/Oq0zJOUbcj

    We continue to celebrate with the addition of a new collection. yearly event, Women on Wikipedia is now represented in the archives! Currently, the collection contains items from 2017-2019. We look forward to adding to it next year.