Constance Mauro Studio

First Friday at Constance Mauro Studio: Featuring an exhibition of Monotypes past and present.

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A New View @ Cat Clay: Gregory Eddi Jones - Landscape Photography

This one-night stand is presented by Pop Up Roc: a combined opening & closing party from 5-9 pm. Additional parking at credit union & Greenovation. Please don’t park in front of Happy Feet or deli; it’s a “go & tow” ...

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First Friday at the Hungerford

The Hungerford is home to over 80 artists and offers a selection of fine arts, ceramics, functional art, glass, jewelry and sculpture. The building also houses Von Brake spices Suite 222. New to the building, Brown Sugar Pastries Door 1 ...

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National Poetry Month Kick-off!

Grab a poem to keep in your pocket, enjoy writing prompts and write a poem on a flower to hang up in Writers & Books all month. In addition to the fun we’re hosting on the first floor, you can ...

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B&W Prints of Rochester’s Trees & Parks

Richard thinks of himself as a printmaker more than a photographer. He has begun to frame prints in overlapping multiples with ripped edges to emphasize the paper. The current exhibition represents trees and parks within the city of Rochester. Come ...

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Sales Helping Others

Sales of framed photos, matted prints, prints, and photo note cards to support programs of Healing Memories Shared and Greenhouse - Cafe Coffee Connection.

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Through the Student Lens

Through the Student Lens 2015 Reception: The featured artists will be students from thirteen regional high schools. In the East Gallery, Gallery Partner Carl Crumley will be showing his work. Guest artists Bonnie Gamache and Emily Kinney will also exhibit ...

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Richard Margolis Photography and Underground Film Series

In true Little fashion, we’re combining rich history with the wonderfully offbeat for our April First Friday offerings. In the Little Café gallery, we’re featuring Richard Margolis’ Rochester Landmarks exhibition, a beautiful display of those icons that make Rochester a ...

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Magnificent Africa Exhibit: Poetry Reading/Book Signing with Poet Pamela A. Babusci

An opportunity to view the Magnificent Africa exhibit and enjoy a reading by Pamela A. Babusci, internationally award-winning haiku/tanka & haiga artist. Ms. Babusci will sign and sell her books following the reading. Magnificent Africa Exhibit: Through a series of ...

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RoCo Upstairs - Open Studios

Venture upstairs to visit studios of a variety of artists featuring painting, digital media, mixed media, handmade jewelry and children’s books.

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First Friday with Airigami

Join us in our studio (Hungerford Building, Suite 234) to chat about last month's Balloon Manor at the Sibley Building and upcoming Airigami installations.

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The Art of Spring

It felt like it would never be Spring! Refresh your mind and your wardrobe with the eclectic creations from the studios at Anderson Arts. Fine art, photography, wearable art, ceramics, glass and more.

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Shower of Color

Opening night of the exhibit Shower Of Color. Members of the Rochester Art Club display their work on a theme. Come meet the artists in the club's art studio and gallery space. Learn more about upcoming events and class offerings.

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First Friday at VSW

Nick Marshall’s recent photographs and paintings explore the desire to withdraw from the everyday into representations of the idyllic. With the sea as a backdrop, the work creates imaginative horizons by turning our often absurd attempts to substantiate the ephemeral--air ...

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First Friday at The Main Street Artists Gallery & Studio

Our studio renovations are almost complete! Stop by to see what we have done and see some new artwork.

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Closing Artist Reception: Realms - Contemporary Abstract Paintings by Ashley E. Liebenow & Amy C. Vena

Please stop in to the Nu Movement Cooperative Studio for our Closing Artist Reception from 6-9pm. Artists will be in attendance to discuss their works, live contemporary dance performances, lite refreshments, handmade art by Cat Power Sanchez of CaPow Designs, ...

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OBJECT ALCHEMY : New Sculpture by Lee Hoag

Hoag's work has a rich history in the “readymade," surrealism and the unconscious.  Using found objects as material, he interchanges them and formulates them in his creative process, this he refers to as “alchemy of objects” – the transformation that ...

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Endangered CoastlIne by John Ganis

Spectrum Gallery: "Endangered CoastlIne" by John Ganis. Ganis photographed the US Atlantic coast from Connecticut to Louisiana, registering the impact of global warming and the thoughtless building in area bound to be flooded. Exhibition runs April 2-27.

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Civil War Navy

Not only did the Navy fight battles, the blockade of the Atlantic coast helped to bring the war to a conclusion.  Uniforms, artifacts and images from the period highlight this important  branch of the Union forces during the War Between ...

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Ride It: Art and Bicycles in Rochester

Ride It: Art and Bicycles in Rochester is a diverse exploration of bicycle culture, history, advocacy and creativity in the Rochester Region. Ride It features a range of projects including photography, graphic artworks, paintings, historical displays, and short films. This ...

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Liminal Madness

Gallery R presents an exhibition of graduating seniors from the Fine Arts Studio Program in the School of Art at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Liminal Madness, an exhibition featuring the thesis work of senior fine art studio students, opens ...

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