Check out the MAG's Monet's Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process

October 7, 2018–January 6, 2019 This small but powerful focus exhibition of Claude Monet’s “Waterloo Bridge” series will include the stellar example from MAG’s collection along with seven others borrowed from North American sister institutions. Monet painted over 40 versions of Waterloo Bridge during three London sojourns between 1899 and 1901. He saw these paintings both individually and as an ensemble that, collectively, expressed his sense of the essential subject—the atmosphere and colors of the fog-bound landscape of London’s Thames River. The exhibition Monet’s Waterloo Bridge offers visitors the unique opportunity to experience several versions of the series concurrently, creating a s

Buffalo Art Bus 10/13/2O18

Schedule (subject to change) 10:30am - Bus leaves UR 11:45am - Arrive @ Play/Ground 1pm - Lunch (bring your own lunch) 2pm - Leave Medina 2:45pm - Arrive @ UB Art Gallery, CFA 3:45pm - Leave UB 4:15pm - Arrive @ Big Orbit Gallery 5pm - Leave Big Orbit Gallery 5:10pm - Arrive @ The Expo Market for dinner 6:30pm - Leave for UR 8pm - Arrive @ UR

A Digital Roundtable on Hemispheric Studies

American Studies Program Presents: The Gamble Room, Rush Rhees Library 3rd Floor Friday, September 14, 2018 12:00PM- 1:30PM Presentations by: Edward Larkin, University of Delaware Elizabeth Dillon, Northeastern University Pablo Miguel Sierra Silva, University of Rochester INTRODUCING THE PRESENTERS: Edward Larkin presenting, Mapping the Chronotopes of Empire in the Early American Novel. The early American novel, from Charles Brockden Brown and Susanna Rowson to Royall Tyler and Leonora Sansay, sprawls the Atlantic World, and even stretches into the South Pacific. Until recently, nationalist narratives of the history of the novel and the American Revolution, respectively, worked together to

Submission Deadline for ArtAwake is THIS WEEK!

This week is the LAST WEEK to submit art, music, and performance pieces to this years ArtAwake festival! ArtAwake is a student run festival that aims to showcase the talents of the Rochester community while bringing life to Rochester’s unused spaces. This years’ event will hold an art gallery, live music, as well as other performances in the Federal Plaza building (otherwise known as the changing scene restaurant). The festival will be taking place September 22 from 12pm to 12am and admission is FREE! The extended deadline to submit art, music, or performance pieces will be September 2nd. Please follow the link below to fill out the google form to submit. If you have any questions about sub

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