ASIS Gallery—Sage Art Center
9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
2:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., Saturday & Sunday
During the academic year ASIS maintains a rotating exhibition of works by students currently enrolled in studio classes; the space provides a site conducive to effective critique and separate from the production space. ASIS is also one of the primary venues for the exhibition required of undergraduate studio majors. As an extracurricular activity, undergraduate students occasionally conceptualize thematically-based exhibitions and follow through with all aspects of gallery operations, from installation to advertising and reception planning. Since exhibitions apress work in progress and are, therefore, influenced by class assignments, schedules are established on a month to month basis. See Sage Art Center for current show information.
The Gallery at the Art and Music Library
Art and Music Library, G134, Rush Rhees Library, Ground Level
The Gallery at the Art and Music Library is a well-situated exhibition space that provides emerging local artists with the opportunity to show their work in a space that is highly visible. The Gallery is also one of the primary venues for the exhibition required of undergraduate studio majors. Recent exhibitions have included photo-based installations, artists' books, painting, sculpture, and ceramic works.
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Wilson Commons, second level
Hartnett Gallery Website
The University of Rochester's Hartnett Gallery is a student-supported, professional art gallery showing contemporary work from national and international artists. Hartnett presents six to seven exhibitions each academic year including the Annual Juried Student Exhibition. This unique gallery space was built, along with Wilson Commons, by renowned architect I.M. Pei in 1972. Hartnett Gallery is funded, in part, by The Venture Fund from the president at the University of Rochester.
The pasSAGE Gallery
Rush Rhees Library, Ground Level, Library Road Entrance
The pasSAGE, an annex of Sage Art Center, is funded through the Department of Art & Art History. Long term exhibitions are chosen by a committee and focus on topical issues and/or regional artists.