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Gallery Hours

New Deal and Apartment One galleries open Tuesday through Friday, noon to 4 p.m., and Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Also open by appointment. Contact us at (585) 243-6785 or info@livingstonarts.org.

Events

Livingston Arts maintains an extensive calendar of visual and performing arts events as well as classes and workshops throughout the area. See Calendar

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Holiday Hours

HOLIDAY HOURS: Livingston Arts will be open this week, 12/20-12/23, from 12pm-4pm. Our galleries will be CLOSED 12/24/2016-1/3/2017. We wish everyone a happy holiday...

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Final Week of Artful Holidays at Livingston Arts!

Sale continues through Saturday, 11/19 Livingston Arts is hosting the 28th annual Artful Holidays Arts and Crafts Show and Sale at 4 Murray Hill through November 19th. Members of Livingston Arts enjoyed a reception with a host of featured artists who participated in...

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28th Annual Artful Holidays at Livingston Arts from Nov 4-19

Livingston Arts will host the 28th annual Artful Holidays Arts and Crafts Sale this November 4th through 19th. Members of Livingston Arts will enjoy a special member reception on Friday, November 4 from 5pm-7pm at 4 Murray Hill Drive in Mount Morris. The Grand Opening...

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September Artsphere Available

Read all about Livingston Arts Welcomes New Executive Director, Announces Speakeasy Gala and Artful Holidays Events and more in the September Artsphere

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Jan
17
Tue
Story Hour @ Pavilion Public Library
Jan 17 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Story Hour @ Pavilion Public Library

For children of all ages. Story followed by a craft that ties in with the story.

Needles at Noon @ Livingston Arts Center
Jan 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Needles at Noon @ Livingston Arts Center | Mount Morris | New York | United States

Needleworkers are invited to bring their handiwork (and brown bag lunch if desired) to the Livingston Arts Center each Tuesday at noon for an hour of conversation and sharing.

Rochester Women’s Community Chorus
Jan 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Rochester Women's Community Chorus @ Rochester | New York | United States

Call for details. No auditions. Voice placement – prospective members should arrive at their first rehearsal at 6:15pm so they can be placed in sections that best suit their voices.

Jan
18
Wed
Books ‘N’ Kids ‘N’ Crafts @ Dansville Public Library
Jan 18 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Books 'N' Kids 'N' Crafts @ Dansville Public Library

This fall we will continue Books ‘N’ Kids ‘N’ Crafts with Ms. Brandy. This program is for children ages 3-5 years old. Kids can enjoy stories, songs, crafts and much more! To pre-register your child call (585)335-6720 or stop in the library!

Question Bridge: Black Males @ Rochester Contemporary Art Center
Jan 18 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Question Bridge: Black Males @ Rochester Contemporary Art Center | Rochester | New York | United States

Rochester Contemporary Art Center is excited to bring the innovative transmedia project Question Bridge: Black Males to Rochester.

October 3 – November 16
Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 3, 6-10pm
Discussions: Wednesdays & Fridays @ 7pm
Each led by a different community leader.
Discussion schedule TBA
Contributions: Young Men of Color
by Rochester Community TV in the LAB Space

Question Bridge: Black Males is a project that facilitates a dialogue between black men from diverse and contending backgrounds. Artists Chris Johnson, Hank Willis Thomas, Kamal Sinclair, and Bayeté Ross Smith traveled the country to collect over 1,500 question and answer videos from over 150 men. The resulting video installation attempts to present the full spectrum of what it means to be “black” and “male” in America. Through Question Bridge, “Blackness” ceases to be a simple, monochromatic concept. Question Bridge has been featured at art centers and museums throughout the United States.

Seneca Soundwaves Chorus Rehersal @ Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
Jan 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Seneca Soundwaves Chorus Rehersal @ Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Seneca Soundwaves Chorus of Sweet Adelines welcomes guests any Wednesday evening to sing with us. Check us out for an opportunity of fun, fellowship and song!

Jan
19
Thu
Question Bridge: Black Males @ Rochester Contemporary Art Center
Jan 19 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Question Bridge: Black Males @ Rochester Contemporary Art Center | Rochester | New York | United States

Rochester Contemporary Art Center is excited to bring the innovative transmedia project Question Bridge: Black Males to Rochester.

October 3 – November 16
Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 3, 6-10pm
Discussions: Wednesdays & Fridays @ 7pm
Each led by a different community leader.
Discussion schedule TBA
Contributions: Young Men of Color
by Rochester Community TV in the LAB Space

Question Bridge: Black Males is a project that facilitates a dialogue between black men from diverse and contending backgrounds. Artists Chris Johnson, Hank Willis Thomas, Kamal Sinclair, and Bayeté Ross Smith traveled the country to collect over 1,500 question and answer videos from over 150 men. The resulting video installation attempts to present the full spectrum of what it means to be “black” and “male” in America. Through Question Bridge, “Blackness” ceases to be a simple, monochromatic concept. Question Bridge has been featured at art centers and museums throughout the United States.

Classic Film Series
Jan 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Classic Film Series

The Classic Film Series is an adult education program. Attendance is free, but all attendees must register. The current schedule is available upon request. Call (585) 237-3517 and leave your name and mailing address to have the current schedule mailed to you. Sorry, we can not respond by e-mail. Seating is limited. Thursdays and selected Fridays.

Jan
21
Sat
Question Bridge: Black Males @ Rochester Contemporary Art Center
Jan 21 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Question Bridge: Black Males @ Rochester Contemporary Art Center | Rochester | New York | United States

Rochester Contemporary Art Center is excited to bring the innovative transmedia project Question Bridge: Black Males to Rochester.

October 3 – November 16
Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 3, 6-10pm
Discussions: Wednesdays & Fridays @ 7pm
Each led by a different community leader.
Discussion schedule TBA
Contributions: Young Men of Color
by Rochester Community TV in the LAB Space

Question Bridge: Black Males is a project that facilitates a dialogue between black men from diverse and contending backgrounds. Artists Chris Johnson, Hank Willis Thomas, Kamal Sinclair, and Bayeté Ross Smith traveled the country to collect over 1,500 question and answer videos from over 150 men. The resulting video installation attempts to present the full spectrum of what it means to be “black” and “male” in America. Through Question Bridge, “Blackness” ceases to be a simple, monochromatic concept. Question Bridge has been featured at art centers and museums throughout the United States.

Conversations with Creatives
Jan 21 @ 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Conversations with Creatives

This program is broadcast on RCTV, Channel 15 or 98.5 in Rochester. It is also available online at http://communivisionstudio.com.

This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Livingston Arts, a member supported organization.