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: February 2016
RIT Photo faculty member Susan McWhinney will speak at Open All Ports: the 15th Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology at the Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology at Connecticut College February 25th – 27th 2016. Her talk, “Framing Through … Continue reading
Professors Willie Osterman and Michael Peres first met in August 1986 when Peres was hired as an instructor in the biomedical photographic communications program and Osterman was an assistant professor of fine art photography. During the thirty years since that … Continue reading
What is your current position/title? I am currently the CUREkids Coordinator at the CURE International Hospital in Blantyre, Malawi. CURE provides mostly free – but at some of our hospitals for a nominal fee – surgery for kids. Our hospital … Continue reading
News #RITPhoto Professor Denis Defibaugh wins NSF grant Photo by Justin Barrett Denis Defibaugh was awarded a national science foundation grant for his proposal entitled, Rockwell Kent and Early 1930’s Greenland: A Comparative View of Genealogical, Environmental, Social and Cultural … Continue reading
A few years ago, #RITphoto decided to launch a competition with the intention of discovering, supporting and promoting a new generation of image makers. The faculty decided to use Instagram as the platform, where students would be able to enter by tagging their … Continue reading