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2. Path Through History

This weekend is Ganandogan’s Path Through History weekend. Artist Natasha Smoke Santiago will demonstrate traditional pit-fired pottery making and Hodinohso:ni women interpreters will give personal reflections on the contemporary section of the Hodinohso:ni Women: From the Time of Creation exhibit. ...

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3. Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics

Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics will perform at George Eastman Museum’s Garden Vibes Summer Concert. The Atlanta-based group combines deep funk and Southern soul with a modern twist. 6 to 8 p.m. on June 20. eastman.org

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4. “Swans”

Straw Hat Writers and Method Machine present “Swans,” written by Maria Brandt. “Swans” explores a local family torn apart by abuse as protagonist Paul must confront his mother after her 10-year absence. June 21 to 23 at Geva Theatre Center. ...

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5. Make Music Rochester

Golden Link Folk Singing Society is hosting Make Music Rochester next week. Performers from around the world gather to make music and all are welcome to join. Bring an instrument or just your voice! Noon to 2:30 p.m. June 21 at Christ ...

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1. Women in Color

International Art Acquisitions is currently displaying “Women in Color.” Featuring the works of Margaret Reule, her work reflects chaos and order simultaneously. Reule uses both oil paints and collage on canvas. On display through June 30. internationalartacquisitions.com

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2. Women in Photography

This weekend’s FOCUS 45 Talk at the George Eastman Museum explores Women in Photography. Rachel Andrews, assistant collection manager in the department of photography, will discuss the photos in the museum’s recent installation of the History of Photography Gallery. Noon ...

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3. Spring Dance Gala

Hochstein School of Music and Dance is hosting their Spring Dance Gala this weekend. Students will perform a variety of genres including ballet, tap, modern and Latin. 2:30 p.m. on Saturday in Hochstein Performance Hall. hochstein.org

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4. Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 7th Annual Mixology Fundraiser

Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 7th Annual Mixology Fundraiser is next week. Stop in to explore signature cocktails and hors d’oeuvres pairings from local jewels like Cure, The Daily Refresher, Good Luck, Radio Social and more. 6 to 8:30 p.m. on ...

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5. Camera Rochester’s 14th Annual Photography Show and Sale

Barnes and Noble in Pittsford is hosting Camera Rochester’s 14th Annual Photography Show and Sale. Opening reception is Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. Stop in and pick up some new photography from local talented photographers. On display until June ...

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1. 3rd Annual Busk and Balter (access required)

Naples Valley Visitors Association is hosting the 3rd Annual Busk and Balter. There will be busking, or entertaining on the street, as well as baltering, which means to dance effortlessly. Visitors can partake in shopping, tasting local wines, brews and ...

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2. 18th Annual Summer Curtain Call (access required)

Geva Theatre Center will host their 18th Annual Summer Curtain Call next week. The gala raises money for the organization’s education and outreach programs. Guests will be offered food and drinks, the opportunity to participate in live and silent auctions, ...

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3. Spring Concert of Young Voices (access required)

Hochstein School of Music has two exciting events this weekend. On Saturday at 3 p.m. Hochstein Singers and Youth Singers will present their Spring Concert of Young Voices in Hochstein Performance Hall. On Sunday at 3 p.m. the Finger Lakes ...

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4. War, Myth, Desire (access required)

The George Eastman Museum is exhibiting War, Myth, Desire featuring the works of artist David Levinthal. Levinthal is known for observing pop culture and the impact of photographic images on society’s understanding of history and current events. Opens today with ...

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5. Dances at MuCCC (access required)

The Multi-Use Community Cultural Center is hosting Dances at MuCCC, a festival of contemporary dances from local and visiting artists. Coordinated by Laurie MacFarlane and Ruben Ornelas, there will be 10 performances as well as classes and workshops. June 13 ...

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Land & Sea (access required)

Main Street Arts’ annual national juried exhibition featuring artists nationwide begins this weekend in Clifton Springs. This year’s theme is Land & Sea and almost 40 works from 28 artists will be on display. Pictured here is a photomontage by ...

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