Graphic arts -- Study and teaching -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of five videotapes of a three-day symposium sponsored by RIT College of Imaging Arts and Sciences on April 1-3, 1987. Each tape is a different speaker and the last is a panel discussion with all speakers.
The Fred Moss collection consists of a variety of print materials collected by the donor while a student at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in the 1950's. There are handbooks, brochures, pamphlets and Kodak publications that all relate to the graphic arts. There are also a number of RIT publications including a sports bulletin, student handbook, and course catalog.
Gallery r exhibits and promotional materials consists of posters, invitations, mailers, fliers, and exhibit schedules; as well as photographs, slides, marketing plans, clippings, news releases and a history of exhibitions at gallery r. The gallery is student run and administered by the School of Art of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences at RIT.
The Hans Barschel collection contains the personal writings, correspondence, photographs, client files, and select artworks of noted graphic designer Hans Barschel. Baschel was a faculty member at the Rochester Institute of Technology from 1952 to 1976.
The Joe Watson graphic design curricular materials collection contains undergraduate student work, teaching materials created by Professor Watson, as well as some correspondence pertaining to the student project.
Drawings done by John Wenrich during his time as a student at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (now the Rochester institute of Technology). Wenrich was an artist best known for his architectural illustrations and renderings. The collection includes sketches of models, still life, and landscapes, as well as some paintings and pen-and-ink drawings.
The R. Roger Remington graphic design curricular collection contains undergraduate and graduate student work, teaching materials created by Professor Remington, and promotional materials. Also included are photographs of faculty, students, guest speakers, artwork, and a holiday party.
The Graphic Arts Research Center (GARC) records contains brochures, publications, clippings related to, and produced by GARC, as well as the handwritten outline of the Graphic Arts Research Division from 1947. GARC was a division of the College of Graphic Arts and Photography at RIT.
Digital audio recordings of Robert H. Johnston during his time at RIT. Dr. Robert H. Johnston spent twenty years as a professor and administrator at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He eventually became the Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts. In 1990 he was named a Special Assistant to the President of R.I.T. Dr. Johnston most known for developing a system of using digital imaging to decode damaged and ancient texts including the Dead Sea Scrolls.