Art

A clothesline of stories

The Memorial Art Gallery opened its doors yet again this weekend for the iconic Clothesline Arts Festival. This event has…

Arts and Leisure: Performance

Here we are again — back to Rochester after three shimmering months of summer. Some of us are arriving for…

MAG: Our own museum

From music to dance and theatre to concerts, Rochester is a city filled with passionate art culture. Located in the…

Corning Museum: A paradise of glass

Standing outside of the museum for the first time can be overwhelming. It’s huge. The inside of the museum offers quite the opposite feeling: an atmosphere both relaxing and awe-inspiring.

‘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.