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Local and Regional Cultural Events:
The state, regional and local museums and galleries offer diverse and exciting opportunities for our students. Additionally, the neighboring Universities and Colleges have exhibitions and gallery openings, which change on a regular basis. All of these are within 15 to 25 minutes from campus and easy for students to access by the Rochester Transit System.

Area galleries include: Artisan Works, Nan Miller Gallery, Oxford Gallery, The Rochester Contemporary Gallery, RIT Gallery, Harnett Gallery, Anderson's Alley Artisan's Gallery, The Genesee Pottery Gallery to mention a few.

A Different Path Gallery
27 Market St. Brockport, NY 14420

Strong Museum
Strong Museum offers more than 30 hands-on school lessons that combine the museum's world-renowned collections and award-winning exhibitions to create exciting learning experiences. Children have fun as they increase their understanding of life in America from 1820 to the present. Topics include growing up in 19th-century America, the environment, communication, women's suffrage, immigration, and more.
1 Manhattan Square Dr, Rochester, NY

The George Eastman House
900 East Ave, Rochester, NY

The Memorial Art Gallery
The Memorial Art Gallery's permanent collection of more than 10,000 objects has been called the best balanced in the state outside of metropolitan New York City. It is one of the few university-affiliated art museums in the country that also serve as community art museums.
500 University Ave, Rochester, NY

The Rochester Museum & Science Center
The Rochester Museum & Science Center creates inspiring, entertaining and educational experiences engaging the community in the exploration of science and technology, the natural environment, and our region's cultural heritage.
657 East Ave, Rochester, NY

Susan B Anthony House
Susan B. Anthony lived in the red brick Victorian House at 17 Madison Street from 1866 until her death in 1906, the forty most politically active years of her life. It was in this house, shared with her sister Mary, that Anthony was arrested for voting in 1872. In the parlor, she met and planned with famous reformers such as Frederick Douglass and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. In 1895, Anthony literally raised the roof of the house, adding a third floor workroom where she and her colleagues wrote the monumental History of Woman Suffrage. Today, the house is a museum with National Historic Landmark status. In addition to Anthony's belongings, the collection includes priceless photographs documenting the fight for woman suffrage and exhibits in the new Education and Visitor Center."
19 Madison St, Rochester, NY

657 East Ave, Rochester, NY

Buffalo Museums and Galleries:
Buffalo is located approximately 1 hour from the SUNY Brockport campus.

Albright-Knox Gallery
1285 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York 14222-1096.
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, one of the nation's oldest public arts organizations, has a clear and compelling mission to acquire, exhibit, and preserve both modern and contemporary art. It focuses especially on contemporary art, with an active commitment to taking a global and multidisciplinary approach to the presentation, interpretation, and collection of the artistic expressions of our times. In an enriching, dynamic, and vibrant environment that embraces diverse cultures and traditions, the Gallery seeks to serve a broad and far-reaching audience.

Art Dialogue Gallery,
One Linwood Avenue, Buffalo

Ben's Art Gallery,
419 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo

Buffalo Museum of Science,
1020 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo

CEPA Gallery, "The Art of Photography"
"CEPA is a not-for-profit arts center founded in 1974 as a resource for photographic creation, education, and presentation. CEPA provides a context for understanding the aesthetic, cultural, and political intersections of photo-related art as it is produced in our diverse society. The gallery supports, encourages, and funds the projects of both established and emergent visual artists, and is committed to supporting artists from groups that have been traditionally underrepresented in cultural spaces.

UB (University at Buffalo) Art Galleries.

UB Art Gallery,
201A Center for the Arts, Buffalo

UB Anderson Gallery,
Martha Jackson Place, Buffalo

Some Rochester Galleries:

Artisan Works
Nan Miller Gallery
Oxford Gallery
RIT Gallery

Anderson Alley Artists
Genesee Center for the Arts and Education
International Art Acquisitions