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PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
March 21, 2014

Contacts:
Grace Tillinghast, Board Chair, Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester, mendoza@rochester.rr.com, (585) 426-0017
Jim Vollertsen, CEO/President, RAPA, jimvollertsen@aol.com, (585) 721-7800

The Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester and Rochester Association of Performing Arts (RAPA) are delighted to announce that the Arts & Cultural Council will be moving this spring into its new home at the Kodak Center for Performing Arts at Eastman Business Park on West Ridge Road, Rochester NY. The council’s new headquarters will include a gallery as well as offices and meeting space. The move is expected to be completed in late April, following the conclusion of our April 2-24 exhibit, entitled MUSE, a fantastic collaboration by Brian O'Neill and Rochester City Ballet.

“We are very excited to welcome the Arts & Cultural Council,” said Jim Vollertsen, RAPA CEO and President. “We are looking forward to the executive committees of both our organizations working together on partnership opportunities.”

Arts & Cultural Council Board Chair Grace Tillinghast added, “The Arts & Cultural Council is thrilled with this opportunity, not only for the council’s new home, but also to be part of what promises to be the premier performing arts facility in Western New York.”

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The Gallery at the Arts & Cultural Council

Brian O'Neill and Rochester City Ballet collaborate for "MUSE"

On Exhibit: April 2-24
Reception: Friday, April 4, 5-9pm

Please be assured that this exhibit will take place in full as scheduled, and that the move of the Arts & Cultural Council to it's recently announced new home will take place after the conclusion of this exhibit.

Brian O'Neill and the Rochester City Ballet collaborate for MUSE which will highlight Rochester's historical and natural beauty using RCB dancers as models in O'Neill's realism and abstract paintings. The collection is being filmed for documentary by Pienkoski Storyteller. 10% of the total show proceeds and 100% from the sale of one special piece will benefit RCB.

© 2014 Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester. All rights reserved. This text may not be reproduced in whole or in part without written permission from the Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester.

"Rise," 60 x 36 inches, oil on canvas, inspired by High Falls and the Downtown area.
Image courtesy of Brian OíNeill, photography by Michael Rivera/Public Image


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277 N. Goodman Street
Rochester, NY 14607
(585) 473-4000



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(585) 473-4000, ext. 207.




Just Poets

10th Anniversary Celebration
with William Heyen

Thursday, April 10, 6:00-8:30 PM

Just Poets of Greater Rochester celebrate 10 years as a community organization. The organizationís president, Bart White, has announced that National Book Award finalist William Heyen will read. Reception at 6:15 PM. Ceremonies at 7:00 PM.


 

 

The Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester is supported, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.

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