Art preview: 'What to the Refugee is the 4th of July?'

An upcoming event in the "At the Crossroads" art and community conversation series centers on the concept of applying historic activism to the current struggles of vulnerable groups.

'Crafting Democracy' fights fire with fiber

“Crafting Democracy” explores the 2016 presidential campaign and its (ongoing) aftermath as its main focus, using the language of traditionally women-oriented crafts -- subversive embroidery, soft sculpture, quilts, and other resistance art.

Review: Eastman's moon photography and 'Woven' exhibits

Gravity and the garden
In a way, the exhibits are macro and micro mirrors of one another, representing order and chaos, growth and entropy. And all of life as we know it is suspended between the two, ultimately helpless.

No Wall\Therapy festival, still fresh paint

July is wrapping up, and for the only the second time eight years, Wall\Therapy is not putting on its annual mural festival. But the group’s organizers are still working to link W\T artists with opportunities to paint new murals around Rochester.


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  • 2th NYFSG Annual Art Exhibition @ New York Figure Study Guild

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  • Rochester Small Press Book Fair @ Visual Studies Workshop

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    • Sun., Sept. 15, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
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