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Works of Alan Singer coming to AXOM Gallery (access required)

“Shapely,” a show of recent paintings and prints by Alan Singer, comes to AXOM Gallery for a six-week engagement. The works of Singer celebrate a blend of art and geometry, with design and color offering guiding principles. His new work ...

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Rochester Women’s Community Chorus winter concert set for Jan. 12 (access required)

The Rochester Women’s Community Chorus winter concert, Journeys in Song, will take place on Jan. 12 at the Asbury First Methodist Church, 1050 East Ave. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. concert are $15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, ...

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Permanent art installation beautifies landscape of the Metropolitan (access required)

A sculpture by former Rochester artist Scott Small has been permanently installed on the grounds of the Metropolitan. Dancing Bear, a large bronze sculpture dedicated to Small’s late mother, Rochester artist Edith Lunt Small, commemorates her love of animals and ...

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Rochester to host national Fringe Festival conference (access required)

The KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival this weekend will host the 2018 U.S. Association of Fringe Festivals annual conference. “This is a real honor for us, both for our festival and for our city,” festival producer Erica Fee said in a ...

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Renowned composer to serve as Howard Hanson Visiting Professor of Composition at Eastman School of Music (access required)

A world renowned composer will join the Eastman School of Music this month as this year’s Howard Hanson Visiting Professor of Composition. Charles Wuorinen will be in residency at Eastman from Nov. 12 through 16. His visit will culminate in ...

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RIT unwraps MAGIC Spell Studios, called a future hub for game design and film (access required)

You might call it Hollywood East. Or the Big Apple North. But the dozens of people who turned out for the grand opening Tuesday call the new building at Rochester Institute of Technology the MAGIC Spell Studios. The 52,000-square-foot, $31 ...

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Hunsbergers create conducting scholarship for Eastman graduate students (access required)

A couple of music educators whose names are synonymous with Eastman School of Music have created a scholarship for graduate students focusing on conducting, particularly for wind ensembles. The Donald and Polly Hunsberger Endowed Conducting Scholarship will most likely be ...

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Jazz fest passes go on sale Friday; all are shareable this year (access required)

Jazz Fest fans will be able to freely swap their club passes this year, and a few venues are swapping in and out, too. Co-Producers John Nugent and Marc Iacona released an announcement on Tuesday saying that club passes for ...

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Creator of “Rubes” will be cartoonist-in-residence at RIT (access required)

Rochester Institute of Technology is bringing the creator the syndicated cartoon “Rubes” to campus for a week as part of its efforts to bring more creativity and innovation to its instruction. Leigh Rubin, creator of “Rubes,” will be the first ...

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Lilac Festival to return for 121st season (access required)

Rochesterians have something to look forward to as they brace for another Rochester winter right around the corner. Officials have announced the dates for the 121st annual Rochester Lilac Festival. The region’s largest free festival will take place from May ...

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