Design Competition: Submit your graphics for the front of Sage!

Design(s) must include but are not limited to the following text: Sage Art Center, AsIs Gallery Design(s) will be printed in vinyl and placed on the front window(s) of the building. Each window measures 130”H x 63.5”W. All graphics should be CMYK. Files should be created in actual size and sent as.png or .jpg at 300dpi resolution. Artists may submit up to three designs. Include your first and last name in the title of the file and number of submission (ex. John Smith_1.jpg). A design template can be found here. Each submission should include an image list that includes your name, email address, color(s), font(s), and dimensions of each design submission. Email design(s) and image list to s

Reflections on Place - Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery commissions Javier Téllez, Isaac Julien, and Dara Birnbaum as part of a new media art series “Reflections on Place,” inspired by the City of Rochester. April 2018. ArtNews Reflections on Place

earn a citation in community-engaged scholarship

The Citation in Community-Engaged Scholarship is a new academic program offered by the Rochester Center for Community Leadership. Through pursuing an academic citation in community-engaged scholarship, students passionate about experiential learning and responding to community-identified needs are able to design a course of study and practice that complements the Rochester Curriculum and their chosen areas of study. The citation is designed to contextualize abstract theories, develop critical skills, and challenge assumptions that will prepare them for their future at UR and beyond. To receive the Citation in Community-Engaged Scholarship, students must complete the following requirements (

2017 symposium on woodland indian material culture & art

October 20 – 21st, Ganondagan will be hosting a Symposium on Indian Woodland Material Culture. The event begins on Friday evening and continues all day Saturday, at the Seneca Art & Culture Center at Ganondagan, Victor, NY. This is a unique learning opportunity for scholars, educators, museum professionals, academics and those interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the world of Woodland Indian Art, Craft and Design from a historical context and modern cultural tradition. Esteemed presenters include: Dr. Jolene Rickard (Tuscarora) Michael Galban (Mono Lake Paiute/Washoe) Alan D. Gutchess Kurt A. Jordan Mindy Magyar (Mi'kmaq) Dr. Scott Manning Stevens (Mohawk) Dr. Nikolaus Stolle, For

2017 Annual Research Conference Food Justice: Exploring Our Cultures’ Complexity

2017 Annual Research Conference Food Justice: Exploring Our Cultures’ Complexity Friday, November 10, 2017 | 11:00am to 4:30pm Interfaith Chapel and Simon Business School, University of Rochester featuring Dr. Margot Finn Keynote Presentation: Who Gets to Define Good Food REGISTER HERE! The University-wide Annual Research Conference aims to promote diversity and inclusion through the advancement of scholarship and showcasing scholarly activity. Potential faculty members are encouraged to attend the conference as we focus on food and culture in research and scholarship. Food Justice creates opportunities for multidisciplinary dialogue and innovative research to expand our lens on the complexi

Wall+Paper book launch at VSW, October 14, noon-5pm

Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge and Pilot Editions are pleased to invite you to the launch of the book Wall+Paper in Rochester, NY on October 14, 2017, noon–5pm at Visual Studies Workshop during their annual Pub Fair. The book Wall+Paper is a collection of written and photographic exchanges on paper between artist Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge and a group of prisoners serving life sentences across the country. In her introduction letter, Leblanc-Roberge asked her collaborators if they were interested to create a series of images through specific questions: the descriptions of the spaces in which they live and those they are longing for and dreaming about. By weaving together curated fragments of the lette

the trouble with wilderness

the trouble with wilderness will be up at the asis gallery 10/3-10/19. Opening reception will be 10/3 at 12:30pm at the asis gallery. All are welcome!


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