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ART | '50 Artists 50 Years' 

The National Institute for the Deaf is celebrating 50 years of providing deaf and hard-of-hearing students with state-of-the-art technical and professional education programs, complemented by an arts and sciences curriculum. On view now is "50 Artists 50 Years," featuring more than 100 works in various media by 50 alumni artists, including pieces from Dyer Arts Center's permanent collection and from alumni all over the world. A complimentary exhibition about the history of NTID is on view in the Dyer Arts Center's Ohringer Gallery and includes pictures, memorabilia, and artifacts.

"50 Artists 50 Years" is on view through Saturday, October 20, at the Dyer Arts Center, Rochester Institute of Technology on the first floor of Lyndon Baines Johnson Hall, 52 Lomb Memorial Drive. Summer hours for the gallery are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free. rit.edu/ntid/dyerarts.

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