The School of Photographic Arts and Sciences prepares students for a wide range of exciting careers in photography and the modern ever-changing field of imaging. Image making is taught through courses investigating methods and aesthetics required in pictorial and information-based images, videos, websites, and publications. Photography majors participate in a unique educational community, both in undergraduate and graduate studies. It is a community where students have the opportunity to work and study with our highly respected and accomplished faculty in state-of-the-art facilities with access to an unrivaled equipment lending resource called the Cage. For more than 100 years, #ritphoto has been dedicated to creative and professional enrichment, preparing students for distinguished careers as creative and innovative leaders.
Monthly Archives: March 2014
Flying above harbors, creating powerful images of cargo ships, cruise ships, tugboats, cable layers, warships and barges reflects a choreographic and navigational process. By bringing seafaring familiarity; knowing one’s subject and solving aerial image production with navigation and maritime savvy, … Continue reading
During the first week of March, I had the pleasure to visit the RIT campus and share with students my experiences since graduation. I talked about my life as both an artist and as co-director of Circuit Gallery. I currently … Continue reading
I am a relatively new member to the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences faculty. As an artist, I primarily make objects. I find my position as part of the photography faculty intriguing and I trust my students find it … Continue reading
On February 28, The Alexia Foundation announced RIT photojournalism student Sarah Ann Jump has received an Alexia Award of Excellence for her project “New Roots: Refugees Resettling in America.” The project is a photographic documentation of the first year of … Continue reading
The William Harris Gallery, formerly known as the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (SPAS) gallery, presents its first exhibition in its newly renovated space on the campus of Rochester Institute of Technology. The State of Things, a collaborative exhibition … Continue reading
The very first intersession at RIT seemed relatively quiet in Rochester. Very few members of the photography faculty were in the halls of the School because many of them participated in exciting international activities. We hope this will be a … Continue reading