Bradd Addison Young's surreal summer

Bradd Addison Young's surreal summer

Tomorrow is the last opportunity to catch "Faux Été" ("Fake Summer"), the solo show of Rochester-based artist Bradd Addison Young currently hosted at The Yards. Young's mixed-media illustrations are fresh and strange, each pastel-toned picture a peek into a cartoonish, nostalgic narrative with a slightly ominous underbelly.

Defying gravity, all grace

Rochester Brainery Gallery Coordinator Jason Barber continues his curation of women-centric shows this month with Brittany Williams' "Ascension." Not only is the solo show by a young woman artist, but it exclusively features gorgeous portraits of young black women.

Mural series 'Her Voice Carries' lifts local women

Rochester-based artist Sarah Rutherford is in the midst of a new series of murals that spotlight local women who work to lift up the voices of others.

Corn Hill Arts Festival releases 2017 poster

The Corn Hill Neighbors Association and ESL Federal Credit Union on Friday unveiled the 2017 Corn Hill Arts Festival poster created by artist Ryan Martin. For the 49th annual event’s poster design, Martin explained that he used a “broad color scheme” to reflect Rochester’s unique “energy and history.”

Eastman Museum hosts Eugene Richards retrospective

Photographer Eugene Richards has been creating powerful, challenging images of some of the most overlooked people in America and beyond since 1968. His approach to storytelling also involves getting to know his subjects deeply.

'Minimal Mostly' exhibit highlights Minimalism and its legacy

The many sides of Minimalism are represented in "Minimal Mostly," the newest exhibit curated by art collector and dealer Deborah Ronnen

Photo essay gives face and voice to gender spectrum

Though transgender and non-binary identities have deep roots in human history, we still grapple with allowing people to pursue their authentic selves, and understanding them as a valid part of the spectrum of humanity. Photographer Errol Daniels' important photo series "TransAmericans" is currently on view at the Gay Alliance's Gallery Q. Through intimate portraits of trans and non-binary individuals, the show positions daily life — work, home, and relationships — as an entry point for relating to people with various gender identities.

Faux-doc ‘Fritz’ examines what success means as an artist

Rochester-based filmmaker Ben Gonyo spent more than five years creating a convincing faux-documentary about a deaf, septuagenarian, undiscovered artist named Fritz. Gonyo placed himself in the story as the documentarian who urges Fritz out of the shadows.


Dancing with the Stars Live @ Auditorium Theatre

Dan Schmitt and the Shadows @ Rochester Swing-In

Dan Schmitt and the Shadows @ Rochester Swing-In

Pretty Anonymous @ The Yards

Through June 24. Opening reception Fri. June 23, 7-10 p.m. Art and...

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