Local Artist Part of International Exhibitions
Alan Singer has work in three international exhibit.
PLAYING IT FORWARD: German Expressionism to Expressionism Today
John and Roz Goldman Collection
January 23 – March 15
Faulconner Gallery at Grinnell College
Electron Salon International Group Exhibition
March 12 – April 4
Los Angeles Center for Digital Art
Los Angeles, California
Sphere: 2015-2018 SGC International Exhibit
Opens March 18th
Southern Graphics Council at University of Tennessee
Presentation by Kevin Feary
On Thursday, April 16th Rochester Art Club Signature member, Kevin Feary, will do a presentation and demo in Studio 458 from 6:30-8:30pm titled “Moments Shared: A Portrait Sketch of Our Aging Community”.
Kevin has been visiting and painting residents in a Nursing Facility in Batavia for this project. He will talk about his experiences as well as demonstrate from a live model.
Free and open to the public.
No registration required.
Art to Support the Sisters of St Joseph’s Ministry
Suzi Zefting-Kuhn (Suzi Zefting-Kuhn Artworks and The Main Street Artists Studios 452-458) will be part of the Sister of St Joseph Art Exhibit and Sale April 24th through May 2nd.
Sisters of Saint Joseph Motherhouse
150 French Rd
Rochester, N.Y. 14618
Proceeds support the Sisters of St Joseph’s Ministry Fund.
Opening reception is Friday, April 24th 7–9pm.
All are welcome!
Enkyoji Buddhist Temple of Rochester: Dedication Ceremony and Lecture on the Lotus Sutra 04/04/15 & 04/05/15!
Enkyoji Buddhist Temple of Rochester will be presenting a lecture series on the Lotus Sutra of the Wonderful Dharma, the final teaching of the Historical Buddha. The lecture will be given by Rev. Kanjin Cederman, Abbot of Choeizan Enkyoji Temple of Seattle. This opportunity to learn about the teachings of Shakamuni Buddha will be on: Saturday, April 4th in suite #436 from 9:30am–5:30pm with a break for lunch.
Enkyoji Buddhist Temple of Rochester would also like to announce the dedication ceremony for the official opening of the Temple to the public 10:00am-Noon on Sunday April 5, 2015. In Buddhist philosophy, it is very rare in the vast scheme of the Universe for a new Buddhist Temple to be founded much less one devoted to the dissemination of the Buddha’s final teaching the Lotus Sutra.
Fuse (generosity) is important, the Temple can always use offerings of labor, candles, flowers, fruit/snacks as well as tea, and monetary donations every week.
The Temple is a Dojo a place of Buddhist training, without practice there is no Buddhism.
Namu Myoho Renge Kyo!!!
RAC Show at 1570 Gallery
25 members of the Rochester Art Club will have an exhibit titled ‘A Matter of Beauty’ at the 1570 Gallery, Valley Manor, 1570 East Avenue from April 20–June 6th.
The opening reception takes place Friday, April 24th 6–8pm.
Dan Eaton to Sing in Studio 307
Dan Eaton can make you a grilled-cheese sandwich in three minutes as a TV chef on Time Warner Cable, or he can sing you a sweet, three-minute pop song. Eaton, frequently heard around town as lead singer, songwriter and guitarist with The Dan Eaton Band, plays a solo acoustic First Friday show starting at 6 p.m. April 3 at Quilting with Margaret, Studio 307 in the Hungerford.
In January, The Dan Eaton Band celebrated the release of a self-titled debut CD, a collection of eight songs, all originals, mostly focusing on love and relationships.
Sculpture on Display in Buffalo
Olivia Kim’s sculpture “Heal Thyself” is now on display at the Burchfield Penney Arts Center in Buffalo, NY.
It is part of a show of ceramic figure sculptures from the Spong collection, which will run until March 2016. Please come see a wonderful exhibition in the beautiful new building on the SUNY Buffalo campus.
The sculpture can also be seen on the museum’s website.
Hungerford 318 Hosts Guest Artist, Erin Gursslin
Hungerford 318 is very excited to be hosting guest artist, Erin Gursslin, on First Friday, April 3, 6–9pm.
Erin is a full-time artist, traveling the country selling her handcrafted jewelry, Sunshyne Silverwear, Style for the Eco-Chic. The first line of her website’s bio reads, “Practical artist, grounded road-tripper, focused daydreamer, sociable loner, mellow control freak and MuSiC LoVeR.”
Come see all that Erin has to offer for men & women, created from every part of silverware, plus leather, transit tokens and lots more reclaimed material.
The 5 artists of Hungerford 318 will be in attendance as well, eager to show you our new jewelry, glass, fabric & paper goods!