Jim Thomas. Figures in Motion

Nu Movement is hosting the pastel artwork of Jim Thomas. Artwork includes various abstract and representational figures in motion. Closing Reception – First Friday July 7, 2017. Nu Movement is hosting the pastel artwork of Jim Thomas. Artwork includes various ...

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Anderson Arts Building Open Studios

We invite you to visit the Anderson Arts Building for First Friday Open Studios! Enjoy a social evening of arts and culture as you browse our four floors of art studios. Meet local artists, view their artwork, learn about services ...

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Getting Personal

As summer progresses, the 18 members of MSA explore their individual inspirations in a variety of styles and mediums. An example is, a new acrylic abstract by Jackie Lippa. The MSA studio is also open 10 a.m.-3 p.m.Saturday, July 8 ...

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First Friday at The Hungerford

Create Art 4 Good Suite 201 shares Postcard sized art by artists of all ages & abilities offered for a minimum donation of $10. Pay what you can afford to share. All profits go to the Irondequoit Community Food Cupboard.Open ...

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So Called Ladies

So Called Ladies includes work by two of Rochester’s creative talents and active members of the Alliance, Beth Bloom and Saundra Ehman. Each artist uses vibrant color and mixed media to create work that is whimsical as well as introspective. ...

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Public Art: Step Around by William Sellers

On view through November 5, Rochester Contemporary Art Center will display Step Around (1976). The 18’ tall stainless steel abstract geometric sculpture is presented as the latest installation in RoCo’s new public art program. William Sellers (Bay City, Michigan 1929) ...

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Summertime And It's Easy to Saunter Over to the Anderson Alley Artists’ Studios

The Anderson Alley Artists' studios have cool art, cool artists, and cool conversations about art at 250 N. Goodman St., Rochester. View the artwork by painters, photographers, sculptors, weavers, ceramists, printmakers, and multimedia artists. For further information, please check www.andersonalleyartists.com ...

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Fireworks, Faces, and Flowers

Montanus Gallery features photographic works by gallery's partner Devin Mack.

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Claude Bragdon, Rochester Architect

Rochester architect Claude Bragdon built the Third Police Precinct building on Univerity Avenue that now houses Writers & Books. Come walk through the first floor of the building and read up on the Rochester architect and the history of our ...

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For the Love of Nature by Clyde Comstock

Our new exhibit at Image City is For the Love of Nature by photographer Clyde Comstock that demonstrates his passion for nature photographs, both landscape and wildlife. Each of the photographs represents an interest in capturing a specific idea, often ...

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First Friday at Bachelor Forum

"I tend to use a lot of bright colors, as they represent the brightness of my persona. I am, after all, also a drag queen and I think in color. I'm inspired by people, places and things, to use a ...

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6x6x2017: Sold-out 6x6 Artists’ Names Revealed

Rochester Contemporary Art Center's international small art phenomenon returns for the tenth year! View an incredible exhibition of thousands of artworks made and donated by celebrities, international and local artists, designers, college students, children, and YOU! Sold-out 6x6 Artists' names ...

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Coping Mechanisms. Heather Layton and Allen C. Topolski

Coping Mechanisms propose and realize instruments that can be employed in overcoming disruptions to the moral and social order –  imagined umbrellas and safety-nets fashioned for the current political climate. Heather Layton and Allen C. Topolski

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