UR Alum Jeff Leavitt will be sharing recent work in Frontispace from September 30 - October 26. Join

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by UR alum Jeff Leavitt. Leavitt’s recent work illustrates relatable experiences of growth and human life by using repeated images of toy-like robots. The robots, which are placed in various fictional scenarios, are intended to represent and poke fun at the cyclical and often futile nature of the human experience. Jeff Leavitt is a Rochester-area visual artist who makes vibrantly colored, toy-like paintings, sculptures, and multimedia works, creating pieces that function as both conceptual artworks and posable action figures. Born and raised in Schenectady, New York, Leavitt has been involved in art-making since he was in elementary sc

Join the Climate Strike Today!

Join the Global Climate Strike on September 20 (Hirst Lounge at 11am) and join concerned faculty and distinguished climate researchers and academics in Drama House (on the Fraternity Quad) this Friday (9/20) at 2pm. OPEN TO ALL. PLEASE SHARE WIDELY.

Get Your Tickets Now for The Strong’s Women in Games: Create! on October 3

Celebrate the contributions of women to the electronic games industry past and present, during the second annual Women in Games celebration on October 3. Enjoy an evening of discussions with female innovators and leaders from the video game industry, including Jacinda Chew, Emily Greer, Keisha Howard, Robin Hunicke, Elizabeth LaPensée, Ann McCormick, Jennifer Oneal, Kellee Santiago, Meggan Scavio, Jen Taylor, and Kiki Wolfkill. The evening will also include a tour of the Women in Games exhibit, a networking reception with light refreshments, and video game play. Purchase tickets today at museumofplay.org.

See Create a Space Now at the Rochester Fringe Festival!

“Create A Space NOW” Performing at The Fielding Stage at Geva Theatre Center at 2019 FRINGE FESTIVAL. An immersive and site-specific theatrical experience using dance, film, and text to further the discussion around #BLACKLIVESMATTER and the recent events pertaining to race relations in America. Directed by Hettie Barnhill and the cast features Amya Brice, Alexis Davis, Reenah Oshun Golden, Jerimiah Harper, Liliam Montilla, Isa Reese, Zoe Walders, and Dwight Young. The Fielding Stage at Geva Theatre Center (75 Woodbury Blvd, #Rochester, #NewYork, 14607). September 11th @ 7:00 PM & September 14th @ 7:30 PM The Fielding Stage at Geva Theatre Center 75 Woodbury Blvd, Rochester, NY, 14607). TK

Art New York 2019 Student Exhibition is coming to Frontispace! Please join us for the reception on S

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work created by current UR students who participated in the Art New York Program last spring. The exhibition represents the culmination of the time the students spent living, working, and studying and producing art in New York City. Spanning a variety of media, the works on view utilize the resources of New York City as a starting point for creative production and explore both personal and collective ideas. The Art New York program is an internship program that is exclusive to the University of Rochester. It is offered to all qualified sophomore, junior, and senior students from any area of study who are interested in learning about how art

Join us THIS FRIDAY from 4-6pm for the closing reception of A Sudden Malfunction!

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by local artists Stephanie Ashenfelder and Amos Scully. The husband and wife team are the inaugural participants in the Frontispace Residency, a new initiative of the University of Rochester Art and Art History Department to support the development of new work by regional artists. The exhibition, titled A Sudden Malfunction, concludes their summer residency and marks the first event in the newly renamed Frontispace, formerly the Gallery at the Art and Music Library. Ashenfelder and Scully have developed the work in A Sudden Malfunction while in residence on the UR campus throughout the summer. The artists explain: "We began this reside


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