Bevier Gallery


Bevier Gallery is the primary on-campus exhibition venue for RIT’s College of Art and Design, hosting rotating exhibitions that feature the creative work of students, faculty, alumni and more. The space allows students to display their coursework in exhibitions while developing ways to share, promote and curate their output. Bevier Gallery also offers student employment opportunities that instill gallery management and curation skills.

Current Exhibition

*Bevier Gallery is serving as an instructional space in the Fall of 2021 to accommodate unique space needs during COVID-19.

Upcoming Exhibitions

START HERE High School and Middle School Art Exhibition 2022

January 14 to January 29

Virtual Award Presentation January 27

An exhibition celebrating student work from regional high schools and middle schools. Awards will be presented to selected students in a virtual award ceremony which will be released on January 27.

Opening Event with extended gallery hours: Friday, January 14 from 9am to 8pm and Saturday, January 15 from 11:30am to 5pm.

Start Here 2022



February 10 to March 5

Visiting Artist exhibition.

Letha Wilson

MFA Thesis Exhibitions (School of Art and School of American Crafts)

March to May 2020

A series of group exhibitions showcasing the thesis work of MFA candidates from The School of Art and The School of American Craft.



Past Exhibitions

START HERE 2021 Virtual Exhibition

A virtual exhibition celebrating the art of high school and middle school students.

MFA Thesis Exhibitions 2020 / Schools of Art and American Crafts

Because of COVID-19, the MFA Thesis Exhibitions were forced to cancel. The thesis work of these graduate candidates has been presented virtually instead.

Booth Hall Wall

Booth Hall Wall is an exhibition space located in the hallway between Bevier Gallery and The Vignelli Center in James Booth Hall.

Currently on view: Hostile Terrain

Submit a proposal: Please send an email to Shane Durgee at [email protected] with the following:

  • A cover letter from the artist or curator describing your interest in this space.
  • A website or digital slideshow to view proposed work.
  • A statement about the proposed work and its intended display.
  • An artist statement or CV including relevant exhibitions (if applicable).
Contact Information

Phone: 585-475-2646
Email: Gallery Coordinator Shane Durgee [email protected]
Mail: Bevier Gallery
Booth Hall (7A)
73 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
Visitor parking is available in Lots E and F

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Gallery Hours (open to the public)

Monday-Friday — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday — 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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