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Light up the Night!


Gala & Auction

August 14 at The Wadsworth Homestead


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The Second Annual Rockin’ the Arts will be held at The Wadsworth Estate on August 14, 2014 and the theme is “Light Up The Night.” The event will once again feature a live auction as the focal point of the evening, hosted by Jesse Teitsworth, Benefit Auctioneer. New this year, a silent auction and Chinese auction of smaller items will be offered throughout the evening.

All proceeds from this celebration of Livingston County artistry, flavors, and music will benefit local children and art through two of the area’s most valued not-for-profit organizations. Livingston Arts enriches life in the County by encouraging and promoting the arts and cultural activities. KidStart’s special services, day care, and Head Start programs are unique because they serve children both with and without disabilities in an integrated setting.

Get ready to rock! For details, visit,,, or call Livingston Arts at (585) 243-6785.

Songs of the Great Depression

Michael Lasser will be lecturing at Livingston Arts on Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 at 1:00 p.m., presenting a talk entitled The Songs of the Great Depression. Mr. Lasser has been discussing this topic for thirty years as a study of popular music as social history, specifically about the America these songs reflect. With the sharp economic decline of the 1930s, the music of the decade also took a decidedly gloomier turn, which included popular songs about social unrest and unemployment that echoed the everyday feeling of most American citizens during the Great Depression.

Along with lecturing, Mr. Lasser has also written two books, America’s Songs: The Stories Behind the Songs of Broadway, Hollywood and Tin Pan Alley and American Songs II: From the 1890s to the Post War Years. Since 1980, he has been the host of the nationally syndicated public radio show, Fascinatin’ Rhythm and was also the theatre critic for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle for twenty years. Michael Lasser has lectured all over the country at various museums and universities including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cornell University, Rochester Institute of Technology and the Smithsonian National Museum of American Art.

This event is free of charge and will be held at Livingston Arts Center, 4 Murray Hill Drive, Mount Morris. For more information, please feel free to contact Livingston Arts by either calling 243-6785, or emailing


Livingston Arts at Geneseo Farmer’s Market

Livingston Arts will have a tent at the Genesee Valley Farmer’s Market this season! Stop by to see us, become involved, and learn what we do up on “the hill”!

Each week we will feature different programs and affiliates of the art center.

We expect this pop-up art center will help increase our visibility to our community. Thank you to Cate and the Geneseo Farmer’s Market who have made this opportunity possible for us!

We will be at the market 3pm-6:30pm every other week: June 26, July 10, July 24, August 7, August 21, September 4, September 18, October 2, and October 16.

Our features include local artists, the New Deal Gift Shop, Community Arts Grants, kid’s art classes, adult art classes, Dance-a-thon and more!