I remember one of my favorite photo assignments as a freshman at RIT was to go to a small town and photograph the daily life there. I went with two of my new friends from Photo Arts 1. It was … Continue reading
School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (SPAS) faculty members were involved with image analysis of the Kennedy shooting. November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Several SPAS faculty members assisted the U.S. Government and the Warren commission evaluating some … Continue reading
Sixteen senior photojournalism students from the SPAS program spent the week of September 23-27 in Washington, D.C., visiting various media organizations and meeting with photojournalists. This amazing experience gave students a unique perspective on the photojournalism industry and a glimpse … Continue reading
Not many people realize it exists, but there is a hidden gem tucked away on the second floor of Gannett called the Image Permanence Institute (IPI). IPI is a unique department within CIAS devoted to preservation research. It is the … Continue reading
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Every October since 1983, SPAS faculty, staff, and students trek to the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan to attend the Photo Plus Expo organized by Photo District News. It has been very interesting to watch the show change during this three decade … Continue reading