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Memorial Art Gallery exhibit presents G. Peter Jemison’s experience of Haudenosaunee culture

Memorial Art Gallery exhibit presents G. Peter Jemison’s experience of Haudenosaunee culture

April 2, 2021

Multimedia artist Jemison (Seneca, Heron Clan) has had a career that spans decades and nations, influencing generations of contemporary Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists alike.

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3 collections from the River Campus Libraries worth your time this National Poetry Month

3 collections from the River Campus Libraries worth your time this National Poetry Month

April 2, 2021

Celebrate rhythm, rhyme, alliteration, and other literary techniques by exploring the collected papers of poets John A. Williams, Samuel Greenlee, and Vince Clemente.

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Eastman School alumni take home Grammy awards

Eastman School alumni take home Grammy awards

March 20, 2021

Three Eastman School alumni were winners at the 63rd Grammy Awards. A composition by the late Christopher Rouse, who taught at Eastman from 1981 to 2002, also garnered an award.

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Yamaha names Eastman School of Music an Institution of Excellence

Yamaha names Eastman School of Music an Institution of Excellence

February 18, 2021

Eastman is one of 10 schools nationwide to earn the inaugural designation, which celebrates commitment to innovation in the study of music.

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inspireDANCE moves online to connect the dance community and beyond

inspireDANCE moves online to connect the dance community and beyond

February 11, 2021

The virtual version of the annual inspireDANCE festival welcomes everyone to learn new dance styles for free from top choreographers and instructors.

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Poet James Longenbach explores the ever-current ‘now’ of lyric poetry

Poet James Longenbach explores the ever-current ‘now’ of lyric poetry

February 10, 2021

Writers and musicians from Marianne Moore to Patti Smith are the subject of Longenbach’s new book The Lyric Now.

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It’s the ‘Season of Warhol’ at the Memorial Art Gallery

It’s the ‘Season of Warhol’ at the Memorial Art Gallery

February 1, 2021

The influential career of celebrated American artist, film director, producer, and publisher Andy Warhol is on full display in “Season of Warhol,” three simultaneous exhibitions at the Memorial Art Gallery through March 28.

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Theatrical classic comedic masterpiece reimagined for 2020

Theatrical classic comedic masterpiece reimagined for 2020

December 7, 2020

The cast of ‘The Government Inspector’ includes more than 50 students and alumni across the United States, and as far away as Guatemala and China.

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Teaching the complexities of the Nobel Prize in Literature

Teaching the complexities of the Nobel Prize in Literature

October 26, 2020

English professor Bette London introduces students to Nobel-winning authors and the controversies surrounding the prize.

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The show must go on(line)

The show must go on(line)

October 16, 2020

University campuses look and feel different this fall, but as we continue to social distance and limit the capacity of large spaces, Rochester musicians have found ways to stay connected with their audiences.

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