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Life Drawing Rochester

Life Drawing Rochester will meet Thursday evenings in the Rochester Art Center with a variety of models. Feel free to bring your own charcoals, water colors or any other materials you like to work with. The session is untutored.

After each session we, informally, review each others’ work and then generally go for a drink at a local watering hole. The atmosphere is very relaxed and friendly; all are welcome regardless of experience or ability.

BYOB
Feel free to bring your own adult beverages, we’ll supply the ice and glasses.

COST
$10 non-members
$5 members
Please pay at third floor registration table upon arrival

Please contact Chad Allen, Director of Community Engagement if you have any questions callen@rochesterartcenter.org

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Artist Talk: Dylan Redford and Ziyang Wu

Rochester Art Center (RAC) is pleased to announce a series of artist talks entitled Popular Culture in Art Today. RAC is hosting five Minnesota artists with works in the current exhibition Andy Warhol: Minnesota Goes Pop. This series explores how popular culture is interpreted by contemporary artists and is made possible through a generous donation from the Allen Family Fund.

Join us on April 27 at 7:00PM for a discussion between artists Ziyang Wu and Dylan Redford with exhibition curator Sheila Dickinson.

Ziyang Wu received his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and BFA from the Florence Academy of Fine Art in Italy. From Xuzhou, Jiangsu, China, Wu is currently a visiting professor at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.

Dylan Redford is an artist/documentarian living in Minneapolis. Dylan received his BFA in Studio Art from Middlebury College. Dylan co-founded the artist run and Minneapolis based gallery Yeah Maybe and is a Moving Image Research Associate at the Walker Art Center.

Dr. Sheila Dickinson is currently a guest curator at Rochester Art Center. She has taught modern and contemporary art history for fifteen years, writes regularly for Hyperallergic, Artforum and ArtNews. She has a PhD in Art History from University College Dublin.

Artwork ID:
Ziyang Wu, The Story fo the Pig, 2017

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Life Drawing Rochester

Life Drawing Rochester will meet Thursday evenings in the Rochester Art Center with a variety of models. Feel free to bring your own charcoals, water colors or any other materials you like to work with. The session is untutored.

After each session we, informally, review each others’ work and then generally go for a drink at a local watering hole. The atmosphere is very relaxed and friendly; all are welcome regardless of experience or ability.

BYOB
Feel free to bring your own adult beverages, we’ll supply the ice and glasses.

COST
$10 non-members
$5 members
Please pay at third floor registration table upon arrival

Please contact Chad Allen, Director of Community Engagement if you have any questions callen@rochesterartcenter.org

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Artist Talk: Frank Gaard

Rochester Art Center (RAC) is pleased to announce a series of artist talks entitled Popular Culture in Art Today. RAC is hosting five Minnesota artists with works in the current exhibition Andy Warhol: Minnesota Goes Pop. This series explores how popular culture is interpreted by contemporary artists and is made possible through a generous donation from the Allen Family Fund.

Join us on May 5 at 11:30AM for a discussion between artist Frank Gaard and exhibition curator Sheila Dickinson.

Frank Gaard received his BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1967 and MFA at California College Art, Oakland in 1968. He was associate professor at Minneapolis College of Art and Design, 1969-87. He has had three solo exhibitions at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and two at Walker Art Center and has work in the permanent collections of both

Dr. Sheila Dickinson is currently a guest curator at Rochester Art Center. She has taught modern and contemporary art history for fifteen years, writes regularly for Hyperallergic, Artforum and ArtNews. She has a PhD in Art History from University College Dublin.

Artwork ID:
Frank Gaard
Untiltled (French Studies), 2014
Untitled (Penelope’s Tapestry), 2016

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Life Drawing Rochester

Life Drawing Rochester will meet Thursday evenings in the Rochester Art Center with a variety of models. Feel free to bring your own charcoals, water colors or any other materials you like to work with. The session is untutored.

After each session we, informally, review each others’ work and then generally go for a drink at a local watering hole. The atmosphere is very relaxed and friendly; all are welcome regardless of experience or ability.

BYOB
Feel free to bring your own adult beverages, we’ll supply the ice and glasses.

COST
$10 non-members
$5 members
Please pay at third floor registration table upon arrival

Please contact Chad Allen, Director of Community Engagement if you have any questions callen@rochesterartcenter.org

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Life Drawing Rochester

Life Drawing Rochester will meet Thursday evenings in the Rochester Art Center with a variety of models. Feel free to bring your own charcoals, water colors or any other materials you like to work with. The session is untutored.

After each session we, informally, review each others’ work and then generally go for a drink at a local watering hole. The atmosphere is very relaxed and friendly; all are welcome regardless of experience or ability.

BYOB
Feel free to bring your own adult beverages, we’ll supply the ice and glasses.

COST
$10 non-members
$5 members
Please pay at third floor registration table upon arrival

Please contact Chad Allen, Director of Community Engagement if you have any questions callen@rochesterartcenter.org

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Life Drawing Rochester

Life Drawing Rochester will meet Thursday evenings in the Rochester Art Center with a variety of models. Feel free to bring your own charcoals, water colors or any other materials you like to work with. The session is untutored.

After each session we, informally, review each others’ work and then generally go for a drink at a local watering hole. The atmosphere is very relaxed and friendly; all are welcome regardless of experience or ability.

BYOB
Feel free to bring your own adult beverages, we’ll supply the ice and glasses.

COST
$10 non-members
$5 members
Please pay at third floor registration table upon arrival

Please contact Chad Allen, Director of Community Engagement if you have any questions callen@rochesterartcenter.org

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Life Drawing Rochester

Life Drawing Rochester will meet Thursday evenings in the Rochester Art Center with a variety of models. Feel free to bring your own charcoals, water colors or any other materials you like to work with. The session is untutored.

After each session we, informally, review each others’ work and then generally go for a drink at a local watering hole. The atmosphere is very relaxed and friendly; all are welcome regardless of experience or ability.

BYOB
Feel free to bring your own adult beverages, we’ll supply the ice and glasses.

COST
$10 non-members
$5 members
Please pay at third floor registration table upon arrival

Please contact Chad Allen, Director of Community Engagement if you have any questions callen@rochesterartcenter.org

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Life Drawing Rochester

Life Drawing Rochester will meet Thursday evenings in the Rochester Art Center with a variety of models. Feel free to bring your own charcoals, water colors or any other materials you like to work with. The session is untutored.

After each session we, informally, review each others’ work and then generally go for a drink at a local watering hole. The atmosphere is very relaxed and friendly; all are welcome regardless of experience or ability.

BYOB
Feel free to bring your own adult beverages, we’ll supply the ice and glasses.

COST
$10 non-members
$5 members
Please pay at third floor registration table upon arrival

Please contact Chad Allen, Director of Community Engagement if you have any questions callen@rochesterartcenter.org