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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
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 renovation of Harris Gallery is progressing nicely. It started in July and is entering the final phases of the process. The gallery – housed in the Frank E. Gannett building – has been an integral part of the curriculum … Continue reading
After 30+ years, SPAS Gallery is getting a facelift. We’ll post here from time to time pics from the renovation. This past week the Gallery’s office was removed. Here’s a before and after view of this area of the Gallery … Continue reading
We were bowled over with the response to our Facebook post of the picture of the C-Series darkrooms and the area’s upcoming renovation into usable space for the graduate students. This change is tied to the SPAS Gallery’s renovation and … Continue reading