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Patterns of movement at Brockport

Trisha Brown Dance Company performs three dances at the Joyce Theatre on December 12, 2017.
These dances illuminate Brown’s connection to music: Salvatore Sciarrino’s flute in Geometry of Quiet; Dave Douglas's jazz sounds in Groove and Countermove; and Jean-Phillippe Rameau’s baroque opera in L’Amour au théâtre.
Photo Credit: Stephanie Berger.

Patterns of movement at Brockport Trisha Brown Dance Co. is performing at the College at Brockport next week. The Department of Dance is hosting two performances by the internationally acclaimed group. In addition to performances, the company will offer a ...

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50 Artists 50 Years

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 50 Artists 50 Years Rochester Institute of Technology continues its 50th anniversary celebration with 50 Artists 50 Years. This exhibit is hosted by RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf, the world’s first and largest technological college for people who ...

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Promote our region’s greatness (access required)

2018 is the 120th anniversary of the Rochester Lilac Festival.

The Rochester region is a tremendous place to live and work for a variety of reasons, but many Rochesterians focus more on the negatives of living here than on the positives. Greater Rochester Enterprise, which works to attract new businesses ...

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Plastic waste accumulating in Great Lakes (access required)

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Awareness is rising worldwide about the scourge of ocean plastic pollution, from Earth Day 2018 events to the cover of National Geographic magazine. But few people realize that similar concentrations of plastic pollution are accumulating in lakes and rivers. One ...

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1. 15th Annual GreekFest

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This weekend marks the 15th Annual GreekFest. Stop by and immerse yourself in Greek culture, from music and dancing to food and desserts. Attendees can also tour the Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit Community, a church that has ...

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2. Dog Day Afternoon

In conjunction with the Working Like a Dog exhibit in the John L. Wehle Gallery and National Dog Day, Genesee Country Village & Museum is hosting a Dog Day Afternoon on Saturday. At this event, guests can see how dogs ...

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3. Puzzle

The Little Theatre is showing the 2018 drama “Puzzle” tonight. Starring Kelly Macdonald and Irfan Khan, the movie depicts a suburban wife and mother who sneaks off to New York City to participate in a jigsaw puzzle tournament and experience ...

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4. Jeremiah’s Tavern 40th birthday

Jeremiah’s Tavern is celebrating its 40th birthday this weekend. Each of the four locations—Monroe Avenue, Gates, Penfield and Henrietta—will have live music and drink specials for patrons to enjoy. The tavern will also offer select items at special pricing. The ...

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5. The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota

On display at the Memorial Art Gallery are The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota. Tota was a first-generation Italian immigrant who worked as a local seamstress. She discovered painting in her early seventies to depict reflections of her difficult past. ...

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Hidden elements

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Hidden elements Katherine Baca-Bielinis’ Architectural Salvage is now on view at the Multi-Use Cultural Community Center. Baca-Bielinis’ first solo exhibition is a series of original hand-pulled etchings, lithographs and serigraphs, focusing on overlooked and tossed away details in architecture. Baca-Bielinis ...

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