Anna Overmoyer's Spirit Fairies

Please join us for October’s open house with Anna Overmoyer while we celebrate the season and our first anniversary. Anna’s work is whimsical and magical; there is no better season to celebrate the work of this fantastic artist! Anna is ...

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So That Happened, When?

This exhibition will feature photographs by Joel Swartz.

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Nightscapes - The Shadow Path

October is the spooky season, especially at Cat Clay & The Hungerford. Come see Mike Kraus's paintings, including oddly-colored forests, dark cityscapes, and some Hallowe'en-inspired art. Plus, we'll have a swell playlist and a creepy contest - worst scary movie ...

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2D & 3D Paintings and Sculptures

Richard Jenks exhibits landscapes and figures in Studio 3D. Join us for an “Art-venture” in our old shoe factory turned diverse Anderson Alley Artist community. Working studios display textiles, mixed media, photography, jewelry, paintings, and more!

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Meta Project: Ten Years of Innovation

Meta project is an annual collaboration between RIT Industrial Design students and industry partners. It is entering its tenth year. RIT City Art Space will highlight projects from the previous nine years, along with in-progress elements of Meta project’s 10th ...

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The Rosyln Rose Gallery Welcomes Craig's Photography

The Roslyn Rose Gallery welcomes our new neighbor, Craig's Photography. Please stop in on First Friday to meet Craig. Street parking and direct covered access from both St. Joe’s and Mortimer Garages is available.

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Veiled Reflections: The Photography of Philip Lange and Gerry Szymanski

Artists Philip Lange and Gerry Szymanski will be exhibiting photographs that capture the concrete (reflections in windows, in Lange’s work, and clouds and people in Szymanski’s) from an abstract perspective. Both will give a short talk and answer questions about ...

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Current Seen

Many First Friday venues are a part of Current Seen, Rochester's small-venue biennial for contemporary art. The biennial includes more than 20 exhibitions and events organized by both experienced and emerging curators spanning three generations. All sites are within 2 ...

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Fifth Annual Mythological Taxidermy Exhibition

Celebrating the creatures of multiple geek culture fandoms, this year's Mythological Taxidermy exhibition features creatures inspired by the world of Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, and the Dark Crystal. Disney's Design Challenge finalist, Brenda Killackey-Jones, creates these mixed media sculptures ...

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Opening Reception for State of the City

State of the City brings together a range of artists from various backgrounds and artistic practices. Each of the projects featured in this exhibition examine different cultures, communities, and stories that make up the city of Rochester. First launched in ...

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The Gears Are in Motion by Jeff Leavitt

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by UR alum Jeff Leavitt. Leavitt’s recent work illustrates relatable experiences of growth and human life by using repeated images of toy-like robots. The robots, which are placed in various fictional ...

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Pele Freedom: Performance Art

Together we’ll explore the magic of movement as we play with elemental energies to step into a world where we are connected, open, and free. Challenging boundaries between self and other, you’ll have opportunities to witness movement and participate as ...

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Photographs Are About Time

The Margolis Studio and Gallery presents photography by Richard Margolis.

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Opening Reception for Avatar Poetics and The White Road

Avatar Poetics is a program of videos by artists who use animation, digitally mediated modes of performance, and computer-generated characters to explore themes of the virtual ‘self’ as it relates to queerness, cyberfeminism, fantasy world-building, and the erotics, horrors and ...

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Constance Mauro and Haunted Hungerford

Constance Mauro is participating in Haunted Hungerford, where 20 delightful, disturbing studios celebrate the best holiday. Constance Mauro in Studio 236 will feature 13 haunting monotypes. Stop in and see them before they disappear. Come in costume - there will ...

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This Is Not What I Consider Art: Drawings and book by Jon Gary

Join Colleen Buzzard Studio for this opening reception and book signing. Jon Gary is an absurdist illustrator and cartoonist whose work reflects wide ranging influences from Hieronymus Bosch to Gary Larson. Covering politics, the art world, fantasy, and the secret ...

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