A Connecticut Yankee Goes to Washington
Romanticism in Comics
Make your list, check it twice, and come to the RIT Press holiday sale! From December 4th-7th, take 25% off your in-store purchase of books, cards, and gift items. RIT…Read More
After more than three-and-half years, RIT’s university library reopens with a new look and a new neighbor. Wallace Library adjoins the Student Hall for Exploration and Development (SHED)—the new maker…Read More
Featured Subject: Art
Arthur B. Singer was an American wildlife artist specializing in bird illustration. In a career spanning five decades, he illustrated more than 20 books.
During the 1980s, assisted by his son, Alan, Singer’s paintings of state birds were seen by millions when the U.S. Postal Service issued the State Birds & Flowers postage stamps. The stamps became one of the largest selling commemoratives in U.S. Postal history.
Singer received the Hal Borland Award in 1985 from the National Audubon Society. His paintings are represented in several public and private collections in the United States and Europe.
The Design, Fabrication, and Installation of the Monumental Sculpture by Albert Paley at Rochester Institute of Technology
The Splendid Disarray of Beauty
The Boys, the Tiles, the Joy of Cathedral Oaks—A Study in Arts and Crafts Community