Sp(arrows) is a two-person exhibition of recent work by Annalisa Barron and Taylor Kennedy, whose combined work explores the cathartic relationship of domesticity and surrealism through drawing, painting, sculpture and installation. Part of RIT's programming for the Rochester Fringe Festival.
A short animated film about the magnifying "domino effect" of the causes and effects of the climate crisis and their community-led solutions. Running continuously in our window LED screen September 2-25. Part of RIT's programming for the Rochester Fringe Festival.
Clarissa Uprooted: Unearthing Stories of Our Village (1940s-early 1970s)
The Clarissa Street Neighborhood (now known as Corn Hill) is rich with history. It was a thriving cultural center in downtown Rochester, NY, where the original RIT campus sat nearby. It was especially known for the Pythodd Jazz Club - where legendary artists once performed.
Since its founding in 2006, Rochester Prep has provided Rochester students and families with an award-winning instructional model that supports their academic and personal growth. We bring joy into learning and change history one student at a time.
A solo exhibition of images from photographer David Butow's new book, BRINK, chronicling politics in the United States from the 2016 presidential election, the turmoil of 2020 and concludes with the insurrection and its aftermath at the U.S. Capitol in January 2021.