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Featured Events

French Photo Contest and Exhibit: Rennes-Rochester: 60 ans d'amitié franco-américaine
Wednesday, November 21

The French photo contest and exhibit Rennes-Rochester: 60 ans d'amitié franco-américaine, organized by the French Program of the Department of Modern...

Red Cross Blood Drive: Strong Donor Room
Wednesday, November 21

Give the gift of life by donating blood to our local Red Cross. Your gift ensures they can continue to supply us—the largest consumer in the region—with a...

Fabric of Survival: The Art of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz
Wednesday, November 21

Esther Nisenthal Krinitz was 12 in 1939 when the Nazis came to her Polish village. She remembers every detail through a series of exquisitely embroidered...

Monet’s Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process
Wednesday, November 21

October 7, 2018–January 6, 2019: This small but powerful focused exhibition of Claude Monet’s “Waterloo Bridge” series will include the stellar example from...

Seeing in Color and Black-and-White
Wednesday, November 21

Developed as a companion to Monet’s Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process, this exhibition features artists such as Josef Albers, Victor Vasarely, and Jesús...

The Way Things Go
Wednesday, November 21

From 1979 to 2012, the Swiss duo of Peter Fischli (b. 1952) and David Weiss (1946–2012) created a distinctly humorous body of multimedia work that employed...

Talk-Talk in Korean
Wednesday, November 21

Do you have interest in Korean language and Korean culture? If so, come to Talk-Talk in Korean! Talk-Talk in Korean is a free conversation club about...

Page-Turners For Teaching
Wednesday, November 21

Every 3rd Wednesday | 4:00 pm-5:00 pm | 2-7520, URMC Curious about how best to teach and train others? Considering an academic career? Lacking opportunities...

Happy Thanksgiving
Thursday, November 22

Enjoy your day! The Memorial Art Gallery will re-open tomorrow at 11 am. shown: John Francis, Still Life with Fruit, 1865.