Current Exhibitions

Cary Graphic Arts Collection
Frozen in TIme: The Stephen Cooper Comic Collection
March 1, 2021 to July 1, 2021

The Stephen Neil Cooper Collection offers a one-of-a-kind glimpse into comics history, with 202 comic books that were present on American newsstands in April 1956.

RIT Museum
Epidemics, Economics, and Elections
October 15, 2020 to April 15, 2021

This digital exhibition explores the editorial cartoons of John Scott Clubb (1875-1934) and Elmer Messner (1901-1979), whose work spans a century of change and still resonates today.

Sunken Gallery
Pop-Up Digital exhibition poster
Pop-Up Digital: Angela Kelly Palimpsest
May 25, 2021 to September 7, 2021

Pop-Up Digital features past exhibitions held in the Sunken Gallery. Our first exhibit honors the work of Professor Angela Kelly, who recently retired from RIT.

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  • Monday, June 21, 2021
    Have you ever wondered how a library actually works? 🤔 This summer, our staff will be taking you behind the scenes and sharing their perspectives of what libraries are all about. Follow us on Instagram @ritlibraries to join in the fun! #RIT https://t.co/0xlh5QyN0t
    Have you ever wondered how a library actually works? 🤔 This summer, our staff will be taking you behind the scenes and sharing their perspectives of what libraries are all about. Follow us on Instagram @ritlibraries to join in the fun! #RIT https://t.co/0xlh5QyN0t
  • Friday, June 18, 2021
    For all of you who enjoy a good thrill, we recommend “The Toll” by Cherie Priest (@cmpriest). "A spooky, atmospheric tale of a small town in Georgia where every 13 years, someone disappears…” #BookRecommendations @ascatrit https://t.co/josIbMi65D
    For all of you who enjoy a good thrill, we recommend “The Toll” by Cherie Priest (@cmpriest). "A spooky, atmospheric tale of a small town in Georgia where every 13 years, someone disappears…” #BookRecommendations @ascatrit https://t.co/josIbMi65D
  • Monday, June 14, 2021
    If epic reads are your thing, then “The Book of Night Women” by Marlon James is right up your alley. "Enthralling characters, a touch of magical realism, and an honest depiction of how complex human emotions truly are.” #BookRecommendations @ascatrit https://t.co/1BXcYfAYTb
    If epic reads are your thing, then “The Book of Night Women” by Marlon James is right up your alley. "Enthralling characters, a touch of magical realism, and an honest depiction of how complex human emotions truly are.” #BookRecommendations @ascatrit https://t.co/1BXcYfAYTb
  • Friday, June 11, 2021
    We take our preseason training pretty seriously as we prepare to relocate to Ritter Ice Arena (@RITArenas) for the 2021-23 seasons. From bicep curls to weighted step-ups, here's an inside look at our strength training regimen. 💪🏼 #RIT ▶ https://t.co/bqTgbM1MDM
    We take our preseason training pretty seriously as we prepare to relocate to Ritter Ice Arena (@RITArenas) for the 2021-23 seasons. From bicep curls to weighted step-ups, here's an inside look at our strength training regimen. 💪🏼 #RIT ▶ https://t.co/bqTgbM1MDM
  • Thursday, June 10, 2021
    Digitized manuscripts in our Cary Graphic Arts Collection are undergoing text encoding to facilitate deep research. @RIT_LiberalArts professor @LmhgslPhD and digital humanities librarian @rebok03 shared their experience working with #RIT students on this project at #DHSI21. https://t.co/rvTBa5Fs1d
    Digitized manuscripts in our Cary Graphic Arts Collection are undergoing text encoding to facilitate deep research. @RIT_LiberalArts professor @LmhgslPhD and digital humanities librarian @rebok03 shared their experience working with #RIT students on this project at #DHSI21. https://t.co/rvTBa5Fs1d
  • Wednesday, June 9, 2021
    If you’re into travel and non-fiction, then @galestraub's “She Explores: Stories of Life-Changing Adventures on the Road and in the Wild” (@SheExplores) is what you’ve been looking for. A perfect combo of personal narratives, beautiful photography, and travel tips. @ASCatRIT https://t.co/qMJ5kzcqj5
    If you’re into travel and non-fiction, then @galestraub's “She Explores: Stories of Life-Changing Adventures on the Road and in the Wild” (@SheExplores) is what you’ve been looking for. A perfect combo of personal narratives, beautiful photography, and travel tips. @ASCatRIT https://t.co/qMJ5kzcqj5