Humanities for Life Paid Summer Internships! Apply today! Deadline 2/10

The Humanities for Life program is supported by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and provides fifteen paid summer internships at arts, cultural and non-profit organizations in Rochester. Available for first years to juniors, selected students will spend the summer with a cohort of Rochester students exploring the application of the humanities to a variety of professional careers. Applications for these internships are now open! Students can search “Humanities for Life” in Handshake to see the collaborating organizations. In addition, prior interns will be presenting a panel next Wednesday to offer insights about the experience. Intern panel: Wednesday, February 6th at 5:00pm

Documentary Premiere about artist, Andrew DeVries, this Friday, 2/1, at 8:30pm on WXXI-TV, 21st Cent

Photo: Artist, Andrew DeVries, stands (middle) in front of his work, Other Side of Eden. Tom and Mary Steffek-Blaske, who commissioned the piece, stand beside him. "What does it take to be an artist in the 21st Century? Dedication, passion, drive and talent – Andrew W. DeVries encompasses all of these traits. Rochester born, Andrew is an American artist and sculptor now living and working in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. Step into the shoes of this world renowned sculptor and experience 5 years of his life and the fulfillment of his dream: a 15 foot bronze sculpture named Other Side of Eden." - from WXXI Guide View more work at :

Myles Calvert, An Opulence of Ottomans (ab·bre·vi·at·ed) SHOWING AT the Gallery @ the Art and Music

Artists’ Statement: Current work explores the relationships that develop between everyday objects of comfort and popular culture interferences. Influences are heavily drawn from contemporary and modern printmakers such as Richard Hamilton and Paula Rego. Interests lie in the ideals of Romanticism - exploration of unique moments and personal emotion through the use of shape and colour. Unique surfaces are explored through print - specifically CMYK rip software (screenprint, photopolymer etching, laser woodblock), halftone structures and manipulations of those patterns / angles to achieve controllable photographic to distorted variants. The digital glitch present through Adobe software progra


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