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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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Tastes Like Paint

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Rochester Art Center’s Teen Art Group

MEETS EVERY TUESDAY  |  3:30 – 5 pm

TLP meets Tuesday afternoons during the school year, September – June. To be added to our email list, and to be notified of future TLP meetings and events, please email agilmore@rochesterartcenter.org.

Call for Young Artists
Tastes Like Paint (TLP) is Rochester Art Center’s teen art group that participates in a variety of activities including visits to local contemporary art galleries, museums, and organizations; discussion of contemporary artists’ practices with local artists, curators, and arts professionals; and the production of unique artworks. The mission of TLP is to foster a community of young artists, championing the importance of contemporary art to inspire and engage people. The group creates a welcoming and inclusive environment for teens to feel confident in creative expression.

Have an idea for a community collaboration with Tastes Like Paint? Get in touch!
TLP is free and open to all area teenagers. If you are an area teenager who enjoys making art and exploring new ideas, we encourage you to join us! For additional information, please contact Abby Gilmore agilmore@rochesterartcenter.org.

Tastes Like Paint is supported by the Amadio Family Fund for the Arts.

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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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Tastes Like Paint

TLPlogo

Rochester Art Center’s Teen Art Group

MEETS EVERY TUESDAY  |  3:30 – 5 pm

TLP meets Tuesday afternoons during the school year, September – June. To be added to our email list, and to be notified of future TLP meetings and events, please email agilmore@rochesterartcenter.org.

Call for Young Artists
Tastes Like Paint (TLP) is Rochester Art Center’s teen art group that participates in a variety of activities including visits to local contemporary art galleries, museums, and organizations; discussion of contemporary artists’ practices with local artists, curators, and arts professionals; and the production of unique artworks. The mission of TLP is to foster a community of young artists, championing the importance of contemporary art to inspire and engage people. The group creates a welcoming and inclusive environment for teens to feel confident in creative expression.

Have an idea for a community collaboration with Tastes Like Paint? Get in touch!
TLP is free and open to all area teenagers. If you are an area teenager who enjoys making art and exploring new ideas, we encourage you to join us! For additional information, please contact Abby Gilmore agilmore@rochesterartcenter.org.

Tastes Like Paint is supported by the Amadio Family Fund for the Arts.

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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

completed-exquisite-mile-mural

Tastes Like Paint

TLPlogo

Rochester Art Center’s Teen Art Group

MEETS EVERY TUESDAY  |  3:30 – 5 pm

TLP meets Tuesday afternoons during the school year, September – June. To be added to our email list, and to be notified of future TLP meetings and events, please email agilmore@rochesterartcenter.org.

Call for Young Artists
Tastes Like Paint (TLP) is Rochester Art Center’s teen art group that participates in a variety of activities including visits to local contemporary art galleries, museums, and organizations; discussion of contemporary artists’ practices with local artists, curators, and arts professionals; and the production of unique artworks. The mission of TLP is to foster a community of young artists, championing the importance of contemporary art to inspire and engage people. The group creates a welcoming and inclusive environment for teens to feel confident in creative expression.

Have an idea for a community collaboration with Tastes Like Paint? Get in touch!
TLP is free and open to all area teenagers. If you are an area teenager who enjoys making art and exploring new ideas, we encourage you to join us! For additional information, please contact Abby Gilmore agilmore@rochesterartcenter.org.

Tastes Like Paint is supported by the Amadio Family Fund for the Arts.

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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

completed-exquisite-mile-mural

Tastes Like Paint

TLPlogo

Rochester Art Center’s Teen Art Group

MEETS EVERY TUESDAY  |  3:30 – 5 pm

TLP meets Tuesday afternoons during the school year, September – June. To be added to our email list, and to be notified of future TLP meetings and events, please email agilmore@rochesterartcenter.org.

Call for Young Artists
Tastes Like Paint (TLP) is Rochester Art Center’s teen art group that participates in a variety of activities including visits to local contemporary art galleries, museums, and organizations; discussion of contemporary artists’ practices with local artists, curators, and arts professionals; and the production of unique artworks. The mission of TLP is to foster a community of young artists, championing the importance of contemporary art to inspire and engage people. The group creates a welcoming and inclusive environment for teens to feel confident in creative expression.

Have an idea for a community collaboration with Tastes Like Paint? Get in touch!
TLP is free and open to all area teenagers. If you are an area teenager who enjoys making art and exploring new ideas, we encourage you to join us! For additional information, please contact Abby Gilmore agilmore@rochesterartcenter.org.

Tastes Like Paint is supported by the Amadio Family Fund for the Arts.

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Opening Reception & Artist Talk

Cameron Jarvis

Reception from 6 – 8 pm
Artist talk begin at 6:30 pm
Free admission, light refreshments provided
Artist website

Join us for a special event celebrating the talent of a Minnesota artist currently exhibiting work at Rochester Art Center. Jarvis will give his talk in the third floor gallery, sharing insight about his work and artistic practice.

About the artist and exhibition:
Maps have many purposes; providing guidance in our travels, visualizing complicated demographics, or recording important patterns and political transitions. In his new exhibition, Cameron Jarvis focuses on the site specificity of aerial views, Google maps, and other sources to present, share and investigate autobiographic relationships based on important personal places. A first generation American, Jarvis uses maps as a source of inspiration to connect his current home in Cottage Grove, MN, with his Grandmother’s in Antiqua. Through the print making process, Jarvis presents the audience with an intimacy of the local that is both personal as well as universal.

 

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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