Art

‘Self Portrait’ outside A&M Library a discussion starter and painful reminder

A painting in the tunnels under Rush Rhees depicting three young boys urinating has sparked debate surrounding art and freedom…

Clothesline Festival has more than garments

Hundreds of booths lined the Memorial Art Gallery for the Clothesline Festival, in which local artists from the Rochester community…

In Hartnett, a late professor’s final works

The Hartnett Gallery opened its doors this week with the final remaining works of Professor Elizabeth Cohen, who directed the UR…

‘The Underhill’ is ambitious and fascinating

I’m not sure how to describe “The Underhill” to someone who didn’t go, because it is nearly impossible to explain.…

Art Awake fosters city, campus creative exchange

“There’s a lot of talent here that goes on unnoticed,” senior and Art Director Daniel Hargrove said.

Jeff’s Sunday stream of consciousness

Today is going to be a good day. Tomorrow is going to be a good day too. I am just so thankful for every day I get to experience in this life.

‘Politits’ provides insight into Rochester feminism

Politits: Art Coalition is a self-described group of “strong female artists” that aims to create “provocative performance and visual art” to be displayed in various Rochester spaces.

Motion meets still life in Eastman photo exhibit

“The Secret Life of Objects,” an exhibition showcasing artist Robert Cumming’s most notable artwork, opened its doors to Rochester at the Eastman Museum on Friday the 17th.

MAG invites guests to be heard

Ascending the stairs during the Memorial Art Gallery’s event Friday night, you might have noticed an odd juxtaposition between the DJ’s beats being left behind and the sound of harps and soft conversation replacing them ahead.

‘Eleven Love Songs’ reflects political angst

A fifteen-foot accordion book adorned the center of the gallery on Thursday.