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ART | 'Indelible Reflections' 

Artists Jason Barber and Cordell Cordaro have teamed up to present "Indelible Reflections," an art show that explores abstract reflections on unforgettable elements of their pasts. Both Barber and Cordaro were raised in Rochester by immigrant parents and grandparents. Through artwork and photographs, the artists contemplate the collision of cultures within them as well as moments of joy, triumph, and loss in their own journeys and the journeys of those who came before them.

"Indelible Reflections" opens Friday, May 11, on the 9th floor of One East Avenue. It's a one-week pop-up, closing on Friday, May 18. Visit the show by appointment after the opening night. Free.


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