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Adirondack Outcomes Exhibition opens in ASIS Gallery

For immediate release: opening in ASIS Gallery in Sage Art Center August 30, 2023:

Adirondack Outcomes: Artists Engaging with Climate Stories The Adirondack (ADK) Climate Stories Project Launches its First Art Exhibition ROCHESTER, NY – The ADK Climate Stories Project is excited to announce Adirondack Outcomes: Artists Engaging with Climate Stories. This exhibition showcases interdisciplinary artwork inspired by stories of climate change in the Adirondack Park. Visitors can view the exhibition from Wednesday, August 30 through Sunday, September 17, 2023, at the University of Rochester’s ASIS Gallery in Sage Art Center at 835 Wilson Blvd, Rochester, NY. In celebration of the exhibition, a closing reception will be held at ASIS Gallery on Thursday, September 14 at 5:00 pm. Both the exhibition and reception are free and open to all members of the community. Facilitated by University of Rochester Professors Stephanie Ashenfelder and Rose Pasquarello Beauchamp, Adirondack Outcomes explores the human experience of climate change through creative expression. The exhibit brings together a collection of films, dances, audio recordings, and visual art by student and professional artists. Artists include Andrea Gluckman, Ari Epstein, Carly Velicer, Dan Lynch, Geneva Hinkson, Greg Woodsbie, Jacqueline Moon, Jaime Marley, Joan Epstein, Julia Martin, Missy Pfohl Smith, Odessa Amaryllis, Rachel DeVona, Rose Pasquarello Beauchamp, Stephanie Ashenfelder, Steve Smith, Talya Matz, and Vera Blackford, with each contributing their unique perspectives and reflection on topics surrounding climate change. The closing reception on September 14, 2023, gives visitors the unique opportunity to talk with artists, learn more about the ADK Climate Stories Project, and engage in casual conversations on climate change. For further information about the exhibition, please visit About the ADK Climate Stories Project This exhibition is an extension of the ADK Climate Stories Project, which seeks to present multiple ways of understanding how people in the Adirondack Park are experiencing climate change. The project centers around a mobile audio installation that traverses across the park, offering individuals an opportunity to record their personal experiences and viewpoints on climate change. Visit the gallery at Sage Art Center: NOTE: ASIS Gallery hours are the same as the building hours for Sage Art Center. The gallery will be open 9am - 4pm during the first week of the exhibition, August 30 - September 1. Normal building hours resume after Labor Day on September 5. For hours and a map visit our website


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