RIT's College of Imaging Arts and Sciences will present the second part to a tribute to the late Keith Howard, a printmaking pioneer and RIT associate professor who passed in February 2015, with the exhibition "Flux: Keith Howard and His Legacy." Howard was well-known in the printmaking community for his contributions to the development of nontoxic printmaking techniques, and he helped shape the current program at RIT — Howard was the head of Printmaking and Research at the School of Art. "Flux" features selections of Howard's work, including a set of intaglio-type prints, and a portfolio of prints created by other printmakers and former students.
The first part of "Flux" opened at the Bevier Gallery (Booth Hall, RIT Campus) on November 20. Part two opened December 4 at Gallery r (100 College Avenue). Both exhibitions are on display through January 10. Gallery r is open Wednesday through Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call 256-3312 or visit gallery.rit.edu.