1. The National Poster Retrostpecticus at 1975 - April 6, 2013


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    Timelapse of the setup and opening night of The National Poster Retrospecticus stop at 1975 Gallery in Rochester, NY. ONE NIGHT ONLY! Saturday April 6 from 7-10pm! 1975 is honored to play host to the only New York stop of the National Poster Retrospecticus! A massive collection of hand-printed gig posters is coming to Rochester! The National Poster Retrospecticus tour showcases over 75 of the greatest poster designers in the country. The tour includes heavy hitters like Aaron Draplin, Daniel Danger and Aesthetic Apparatus presenting posters designed for Modest Mouse, Phish, Wilco and many other bands. Daniel Danger is this stop's featured artist, and the show will have a mini exhibition of his poster work! Hosted by 1975 Gallery Produced by John Boilard http://www.nationalposterretrospecticus.com/ http://www.1975ish.com/

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    • Dancing for the Arts, 2013 in Rochester, Minnesota


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      Rachel was asked to be one of the premier dancers to pair up with notables from Rochester as part of a fundraiser.

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      • Dancing for the Arts, 2013, Rochester, Minnesota


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        A fundraiser for the Arts in Rochester, Minnesota. Tim Horn is also a student at UMR with Rachel and on the UMR Ballroom team.

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        • Dancing for the Arts, 2013, Rochester, Minnesota


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          A fundraiser for the Arts in Rochester, Minnesota. The man in this pair is Stephen Lehmkuhle, the Chancellor at UMR where Rachel goes to college.

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          • International League Baseball


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            The road trip that rekindled my love of baseball. Growing up I loved going to Expos games here in Montreal. When the strike of '94 hit, it nullified what was almost a sure thing, a world championship for the Expos. The strike extinguished the fire that burned inside of me. I went to a handful of games in 1995, but it just wasn't the same. Lately I have been feeling a bit of nostalgia for the game, so my friend Adam and I hit the road to check out the sights, sounds and smells of a couple of International League teams, the Rochester RedWings and the Syracuse Chiefs. It was an incredible journey, and my love for baseball is now back strong as ever. Feel free to see more of my work at www.timsnowphotography.com

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            • "From the Underground" special event Patrick Jaouen Live @ ACME Recording Co.


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              "From the Underground" special event Patrick Jaouen Live @ ACME Recording Co. Originally aired on April 19th on RCTV channel 15

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              • 2013-04-11 Planning Brd Hearing


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                Video by Penfield TV - Planning Board Chairman, Arsen Markarian presiding 00:00:26 Introduction by Chairman 00:00:55 #13P-0013 at 2180 Penfield Road 00:13:23 #13P-0013 Board Member Questions Adjournment

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                • Act Two Home Staging - Feltro Fashion


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                  Act Two Home Staging - Custom felt home decor

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                  • Outdoor Cafe Esspresso-ing


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                    This video was created by FuturPointe dance. We wanted to create a comedy in the style of Benny Hill as Guy Thorne is a BiG fan of of his shows. we got some tea cups from a local coffee shop that were going to be thrown away but before they dumped it , I asked the owner if we could create a dance using the cups and this was born.

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                    • Distinguished Lecturer Series: Gregory Volk, Rochester Art Center, March 7, 2013


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                      Gregory Volk is a New York-based art critic and freelance curator. He writes regularly for Art in America, where he is a contributing editor, and his articles and reviews have also appeared in many other publications, including Parkett and Sculpture. He has written extensively about contemporary art in Germany including “Figuring the New Germany” Art in America, 2005 and “Neo Rauch: Time Straddler” Art in America, 2010. Among his many contributions to exhibition catalogs are essays on Ayse Erkmen (Turkish Pavilion, Venice Biennale, 2011), Joan Jonas (Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, 2007), and Bruce Nauman (Milwaukee Art Museum, 2006). His essay on Vito Acconci is featured in Vito Acconci: Diary of a Body, 1969-1973, published by Charta in 2007 and his essay on Andy Warhol’s late work appears in Andy Warhol: The Last Decade, published in 2009 by the Milwaukee Art Museum and Prestel. Volk has curated numerous exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad, including Carnival Within at UferHallen in Berlin (2009), which he co-curated with Sabine Russ; Three Parts Whole at i8 Gallery in Reykjavik, Iceland (2011); and Outdoor Excursions at Burlington City Arts in Burlington, Vermont (2011). Volk received a BA from Colgate University and a MA from Columbia University. In addition to his activities as a writer and curator, he is Associate Professor in the School of the Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University.

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