Follow the link below to choose your two favorite poster submissions from this year!
- Define the topic/project you want to showcase at the festival.
- Who are your fellow exhibitors? Determine a primary point of contact to submit a proposal. Collect t-shirt sizes and meal-card preferences.
- Consider your audience. Age is important, but also, who will be interested in your topic and how much will they already know? This will help determine your title and description as marketing points, as well as how to structure talking points and visual aids.
- Create an exhibit title that is succinct, clever, and informative.
Tags: contest, creativity, design, festival, imagine, innovation, May, poster, RIT, Rochester Institute of Technology
Tags: creativity, festival, imagine, innovation, May, RIT, Rochester Institute of Technology
With 191 days to go until the 7th annual Imagine RIT festival, we are off and running at full tilt with planning. The save the date message was sent to the RIT community last week, and this morning we held our first program committee meeting of the “festival year”. It was great to see my colleagues and friends around the table again. We welcomed new committee members and brainstormed ideas. As usual we have one or two new ideas up our sleeves, always with an eye to improving the visitor experience. Save the Date! Saturday, May 3, 2014.
Tags: CIAS, College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, high school students, photo workshops, photography, photojournalism, RIT, Rochester Institute of Technology, story telling, William Snyder
Do you know a high school student with an interest in photography or photojournalism? Check out this video about RIT’s annual summer camp taught by William Snyder, four-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, editor, manager and educator. The 2013 week-long camp took place in July, but stay tuned to this website for future camps and courses open to high school students and the general public. http://www.rit.edu/cias/photoworkshops/courses.php
Tags: creativity, festival, imagine, innovation, K-12, math, RIT, Rochester Institute of Technology, students, teachers, Toyota
In yesterday’s post I claimed that Imagine RIT is more than just a one-day festival.
It’s true! Innovation and creativity abound at RIT. And not just for its current population of students, faculty and staff.
RIT’s outreach to K-12 students and teachers is amazing!