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Come see Past Forward: Native American Art from Gilcrease Museum.

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Delicately-drawn watercolor painting of a waterfall in Rochester.

“Faithfully Thought Out” Now On View

Inspired by a cache of paintings and drawings acquired by the Memorial Art Gallery in 2016, “Faithfully Thought Out”: The Artistic Collaborations of M. Louise Stowell and Harvey Ellis illuminates Rochester artists M. Louise Stowell and Harvey Ellis and their friendship and collaboration during their years in Rochester. It recovers Stowell’s contributions to their playful artistic partnership and demonstrates their patient forethought and characteristic shared techniques.

Dive into Summer Art Classes!

The Creative Workshop is offering adult and youth classes this summer in a wide variety of formats: weekly morning, afternoon, and evening classes; week-long intensive classes; and—new this season—open jewelry and ceramic studios!

An abstract painting in greens and blues and yellows, with dots and bubbles of paint forming shapes and curves.
Dr. Margaret Sheble in a circular frame, surrounded by hands holding pride flags.

Celebrate Pride DeTOUR℠

July is Pride month here in Rochester, and we’re celebrating all things LGBTQIA+! Join us, with special guest Dr. Margaret Sheble, as we talk about the origins of Queer theory, its relationship to the art world, artists in the collection who identify as Queer, ways to be an ally, and more. It’s going to be fab!

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THE STORE @ MAG

A purchase in THE STORE supports local artisans and provides funding for MAG exhibitions and educational programs!

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Volunteer at MAG

Join one of our volunteer programs to share your time and skills, meet new friends, and contribute to the museum!