Art and tech collide in  W. Michelle Harris's socially charged work

Art and tech collide in W. Michelle Harris's socially charged work

The digital-media artist tackles social and political issues by using racist historic imagery, self-portraiture, and audience interaction

Monster movie team taps Rochester sculptor

A live-action short film, "The Molok," is being planned by filmmakers and artists in New York City and Rochester, and is scheduled to be completed in early 2019. Right now, the creators are making a monster.

Rochester Art Collectors grows support for makers

A new grassroots collective, the Rochester Art Collectors, aims to grow the local base of art buyers and create a stronger, more efficiently networked art scene.

NAZ Arts Center announces 2018-19 season

Nazareth College Art Center has announced its 2018-19 season lineup of 19 shows, including one-off performances by award-winning musicians and dance groups, returning favorites, family- and sensory-friendly shows, and a new venue

'Nosferatu' exhibition connects film and mental health at MAG

Filmmaker Javier Téllez and his collaborators wanted to focus on those who are stigmatized and condemned to invisibility.

Federico Solmi's video paintings stun at RoCo

The current exhibit at Rochester Contemporary puts viewers in the same deer-in-headlights state that the political spectacle has had us in as of late.

Call for artists: racist carousel panel to be replaced with a black panther

A call for artwork has been issued to replace the offensive caricature panel taken down from the Dentzel Carousel

URMC artist in residence fights stigmas with portraits

Charmaine Wheatley has set up camp at the UR's Medical Center to paint portraits of individuals from two stigmatized communities: people living with mental illness, and people living with HIV

Intersectionality-focused series continues with Jahmal B. Golden

At the Crossroads: Activating the Intersection of Art and Justice continued on March 23, featuring artwork and a poetry reading by trans femme artist of color Jahmal B. Golden, screenings, and a Long Table Conversation.


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Deej @ Cinema Theater

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Alan Singer: My Long Relationship with Watercolor @ Chapel Oaks, St. Ann's Community

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