Tagged - art

How being a frog on a lily pad might save the world

The issue of who is mute and who can speak lies at the core of the climate crisis.

Chris Samnee proves to us once again why he should draw the Batman comics

Don’t know where to start looking from years worth of Batobers? Here are some of my favorite pieces from the years of Batobers.

UR Art NY showcase for Spring 2022 cohort

“It’s part work, part study — we work specifically to get the internship to match with your interests,” faculty director Heather Layton said.

“Sites and Non-Sites”: An exhibit of glacial proportions

This site-specific installation represents how “the natural rhythms of the earth, although slow and sometimes not obvious, impact how we live today.”

Is digital art ‘real art?’

Traditional art and digital art can exist together without the need to degrade either format.

Artist Talks: UR Studio Art Seniors

Last Wednesday, UR’s 15 Studio Arts seniors gave a virtual talk discussing their past and present artworks and senior theses.…

Stop settling for ‘relatability’ in art and seek out the weird

It seems that all we want is more of the same. We will happily forgo the grander artistic horizons available to us for the sake of convenience.

Harnett displays art from UR faculty

The city of Rochester has received much praise over the years on its artistic and musical culture. Contributing to this…

MAG: Our own museum

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