Exhibitions


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Studio 678 @ George Eastman Museum


Dates:  March 3 - June 17
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Presented in the Gallery Obscura this spring will be creative works by students who are a part of the 2023–24 Flower City Arts Center’s Studio 678 Photo Club. These photographs and texts are inspired by the students’ vision of the world around them. Started in 1999 as an eight-week pilot ... more

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bloom


Dates:  June 7 - June 29
Reception:  Friday June 7th, 6 p.m. in Firehouse Gallery, 713 Monroe Ave, Rochester, NY, 14607

Join us for the opening reception of "bloom" on First Friday, June 7 from 6 - 9pm. This celebration of our clay community showcases artwork created by our Ceramics Studio Artists. The show will be on display until June 29 GALLERY HOURS Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm Thursday: Extended ... more

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In Plain Sight: Photographs & Writing by Members of Studio 678 Photo Club


Dates:  June 7 - June 30
Reception:  Friday June 7th, 6:30 p.m. in Link Gallery, Rochester City Hall, 30 Church St, Rochester, NY, 14614

Join us in celebrating our Studio 678 Photo Club students' poetry and hand-developed film photography at Rochester City Hall on First Friday, June 7, from 6:30 - 8:30pm! Our annual awards ceremony and book release will commence in the City Council Chambers at 6:30pm, followed by a reception in the ... more

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PASS US THE MIC: WE’VE GOT SOMETHING TO SAY


Dates:  June 22 - Nov. 10
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The photographic works in Pass Us the Mic: We’ve Got Something to Say are self-portraits that exemplify the genre. The works by the fifteen student artists in Flower City Arts Center Expanding the Field after-school program are complex, layered statements about the artists and their views of the world. They ... more

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Fleeting


Dates:  July 12 - July 26
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Fleeting is an exhibition of works made by 2023-2024 Printmaking & Book Arts artists-in-residence Michaela Chan, Cronan Saint Ronan Kobylak, and Gwyneth Zeleny Anderson. Michaela gives the story of Syzygy. Unlike leaves, Syzygy curves away from the sun. Cronan's work features a queer perspective of the catholic aesthetic meets paganism, ... more