Gravure Day 2014

On Tuesday, October 28th the School of Media Sciences presented Gravure Day 2014 sponsored by the Gravure Educational Foundation and hosted by Professor Eller. Three Gravure industry executives spoke about their work and educated the students on the opportunities in the industries that use Gravure printing. The students that attended were able to learn how … Continue Reading


CMIC Summit 2014

 Photographs by Jaclyn Molloy The RIT Cross-Media Innovation Center hosted its third annual summit to connect academia, technology manufacturers and service providers in the graphic communication industry and discuss current issues. During the two-day summit held on October 15 and 16, presenters focused on four areas in the industry including promotional communication, transactional communication, publishing … Continue Reading


Pierre Mendell Exhibition

On August 25 the Vignelli Center and Bevier Gallery opened an exhibition of posters designed by Pierre Mendell.  The German graphic designer was most famous for creating a branding identity for the Neue Sammlung, the International Design Museum in Europe. He quickly became famous for his clean, simple, and powerful posters that became a cornerstone … Continue Reading


Cary Collection 45th Anniversary

The Cary Graphic Arts Collection kicked off their 45th anniversary by inviting members of the RIT community and friends to be the first to print on their newest treasure, the Kelmscott/Goudy Press on October 9th. Cary Curator, Steven Galbraith and Associate Cary Curator, Amelia Hugill-Fontanel began the anniversary celebration with speeches about the history of the … Continue Reading


Zotos Trip


On October 22, 2014 graduate students and faculty from the School of Media Sciences visited Zotos International in Geneva, NY for a comprehensive tour of their package printing operations, which included digital and screen printing technologies. Zotos is a manufacturer of beauty products that are sold and distributed through salons: their products include hair care, … Continue Reading

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Glass Pumpkin Sale


One of my favorite activities in fall is pumpkin picking, so I was excited when I heard about The School for American Crafts Glass Department’s 10th annual Glass Pumpkin Sale. What’s better than a pumpkin that will last forever? The event took place on Saturday September 27th and was scheduled from 11am-4pm. I pulled into the Red … Continue Reading