Season of Warhol opens October 25 at MAG

Season of Warhol October 25, 2020–March 28, 2021 The most comprehensive exhibition of Warhol’s work ever seen in Rochester, Season of Warhol offers an incredible opportunity to experience Warhol’s work. For more information, visit the MAG's website here.

Virtual Event 10/30: Buffalo at the Crossroads

Buffalo at the Crossroads — UR Author Talks University of Rochester Humanities Center, Friday, October 30 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm This new book, edited by Peter Christensen, Associate Professor of Art History, brings together twelve authors who highlight the outsized importance of Buffalo, New York, within the story of American urbanism. Across the collection, they consider the history of Buffalo's built environment in light of contemporary developments and in relationship to the evolving interplay between nature, industry, and architecture. The essays examine Buffalo's architectural heritage in rich context: the Second Industrial Revolution; the City Beautiful movement; world's fairs; grain, r

Small World Network Model by Mizin Shin is on view now!

The art installation “Small World Network Model,” by Mizin Shin is currently on view through November 20, 2020, in the Art and Music Library’s Frontispace. While the library is currently closed to traffic, the installation may be viewed from the window outside of the library. Small World Network Model depicts the interwoven relationships of economic and social systems throughout our society. The designs of the globes depict data maps modeling the nature of various networks. While each globe maintains its own level of functional interconnectivity, they also function as subnetworks by casting shadows or redirecting and passing light to the emergence of a macro network. Born and raised in South

Redeveloping Our Narrative Through the Photographic Lens with Ruddy Roye and Devin Allen 10/4 4pm

Info from the event website: Explore today's important conversations and the moments in between at different focal points. Acclaimed documentary photographers, Ruddy Roye and Devin Allen share their unique perspectives and backstory on capturing the shot. This Leica Conversation is presented in partnership with Photoville. #LeicaConversations #PhotovilleNYC #Photoville2020 Devin Allen is a self-taught artist, born and raised in West Baltimore. He gained national attention when his photograph of the Baltimore Uprising was published on the cover of Time Magazine in May 2015 – only the third time the work of an amateur photographer had been

A Conversation with Artist Sam Cannon 10/5 at 9am

The Digital Media Studies program at the University of Rochester is excited to present a conversation with artist Sam Cannon on Monday, October 5 from 9am - 10:30am. There will be a Q/A session at the end of the talk. Join Zoom with your UR email: Sam Cannon is an artist and director occupying a space at the cross-section of photography, video, experiential and performance. Cannon has produced projection installations, live performances, large-scale prints, and sculptures. She’s mounted exhibitions at Art Basel Miami Beach, Mana Contemporary and SPRING/BREAK, and has lectured at The School of Visual Arts, The International Center for Photography, Georg


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