Rochester Dance Theatre will this week present an immersive, multimedia experience in just four performances of "Ripple," which merges the movement of bodies with the movement of light and sound. The program includes eight dancers in collaboration with spatial sound engineer Tom Montagliano, with light design and tech by Occurrent Arts.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the founding of 1975 Gallery, which emerged as a pop-up within Surface Salon in the South Wedge before gaining its own white walls on Charlotte Street. Though 1975's brick-and-mortar spot has been closed down for a few years now, owner and curator Erich Lehman has continued his work bringing creatives together for various projects, most notably in his role has lead curator for WALL\THERAPY.
After some alternating hot and cold temps, autumnal weather seems to have finally settled in. And the leaves have just begun to turn, right in time for The Medina Railroad Museum's annual Fall Foliage train excursions.
Cobblestone Arts Center will this week present its First Annual "Celebrate Dance" event, featuring work by several choreographers and dance companies, including Mariah Maloney (formerly of the Trisha Brown Company), Mossa Dance DeLucia-Benson Dance, FuturPointe Dance's N'Jelle Gage Thorne, and Heather Roffe. "Celebrate Dance" takes place Saturday, October 20, at 6 p.m., at Cobblestone Arts Center, 1622 State Route 332, in Farmington.
Noël Coward's three-act comedic romp, "Hay Fever," will this week be presented by Nazareth College Theatre and Dance Department and Theatre League. Set in the 1920s, the play follows one chaotic weekend in the life of the misbehaved Bliss family.
Caitlin Yarsky uses her love for sci-fi and fantasy to illustrate fantastic worlds and comic characters.
The 4th Annual Flower City Pottery Invitational takes place this weekend, featuring 21 premiere ceramic artists from throughout North America.
A century of Poland's regained independence will be celebrated in October and November with the annual Polish Film Festival, which will explore various periods of the nation's history through several film screenings. Presented by the Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies, the Polish Filmmakers Association, the Dryden Theatre at George Eastman Museum, and the University of Rochester Cinema Group, the program is as follows:
Based in a Spencerport barn, Loud Cow is an unorthodox space for holding exhibitions of fine art. But twice a year, artist and curator Aaron Delehanty hosts group shows featuring regional artists, and invites the public to the opening night party.
Before last year's VSW Pub Fair I set a budget for purchases and then promptly ignored that number and went to town. I'm not mad about it.