there’s more! openings in sage friday 5-7pm

In the 3-D studio: Carolyn John’s independent study, All you fuckers would be dead without me: A PSA from the Bees In the Painting studio: Introductory Painting’s final semester exhibition Throughout the building, avoiding the other three exhibitions: Performance Art’s Living Museum

opening reception friday 5-7pm in asis // “rochester iconic views” by david libbey

“Rochester Iconic Views” is the thesis exhibition of David Libbey, a senior in the Art & Art History department. Through a combination of photography and printmaking, the exhibition addresses the past and present of Rochester in order to provoke a more complex understanding of the city. A reception for the exhibition will be held on Friday, April 29, from 5:00 to 7:00 PM in the AsIs Gallery at Sage Art Center. The event is free and open to the public. “Rochester Iconic Views” is on view from April 27 to May 3.

friday the 8th at 5:30PM // opening reception // “carry what you can” by gabryella pulsinelli in asi Please join the AsIs Gallery in the Sage Art Center for the opening reception for carry what you can April 8th from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. This event is free and open to the public and refreshments will be provided. Through photo and installation “carry what you can” features Gabryella Pulsinelli, a senior at the University of Rochester. Focusing on the impacts of climate change she aims to create a space in which people can view climate change on a personal level. During the exhibition, viewers will experience a submerged urban space alongside objects necessary for human survival. Comments, Questions, Concerns about the environment? Contact: Gabr

artist talk with west african artist njogu touray — wed, april 13, 2pm. please spread the word!

Artist Talk with Njogu Touray Wednesday, April 13th, 2pm Gowen Room, Wilson Commons Njogu Touray is one of most well-known and respected artists in The Gambia. His work has been exhibited internationally in art galleries throughout the United States, Europe, Senegal, and The Gambia. In 2015, he participated in the exhibition “Lumières d’Afriques” at the National Theatre of Chaillot in Paris. He is the co-founder of the international street art organization Wide Open Walls and the proprietor of the Sakura Arts Studio in Latrikunda. In 2007, the President of The Gambia commissioned Touray to make art for the Presidential collection and, later, to create art for 52 villas built for the African


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