For a look at the current season's events: Fine Arts Events Calendar.
The School of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences presents major theatre productions, music performances, dance concerts and art exhibits. All events are provided for both the enhancement of our students' experience at The College at Brockport and for the enjoyment and enrichment of the life of the community. The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
The College at Brockport's professional affiliations with Geva Theatre Center, Rochester's professional theatre company, with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, and with the Visual Studies Workshop provide numerous opportunities for entertainment and learning. In addition to performances, you'll find a series of free, public lectures by Geva Theatre Center professionals and a series of free, public lecture demonstrations by members of the RPO.
The Mission of the Fine Arts Series:
As a unit of the School of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, The College at Brockport's Fine Arts Series provides a cultural benefit for students, their families, and the College community, as well as for residents of Brockport and the Rochester region. With its globally influenced and socially diverse tapestry of dance, music, theatre and visual arts, the Fine Arts Series endeavors to present, at affordable prices, events of the utmost quality that are both entertaining and challenging, utilizing a mix of both student and professional artists.
Students who participate in the Series' events, whether onstage, backstage, or as an exhibited artist, can count on continued success in the classroom, while all audience members contribute to the broadening of the public's appreciation of the arts in general.
The Fine Arts Series serves as the presenter for the music concerts and supports academic departments in their public performances of dance and theatre, and visual arts exhibitions, by promoting them through box office operations, public relations and marketing initiatives. It serves as a public face of the College to the general population, and local business partners, through its solicitation of program advertising and the coordination of series subscriptions.
For tickets to any of the Fine Arts Series events,
please contact the Tower Fine Arts Center Box Office at (585) 395-2787.
Box Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 9:30 am - 5 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm
The Box Office accepts MasterCard, Visa and Discover cards, as well as The College at Brockport EZMoney. EZMoney is not accepted on phone orders. If ordering by phone, payment must be made at time of reservation.
On performance days/evenings, credit card reservations and remaining tickets will be available at the Box Office in the respective performance venue one hour prior to curtain time.
Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more attending the same
performance and paying two weeks in advance.
All performances begin promptly at the advertised curtain time. Please allow ample time to park and be seated before the performance begins. After the curtain rises, seating will be at the discretion of house management. You may not be seated until a suitable break in the performance, which might be intermission.
Tower Fine Arts Gallery:
Monday - Friday: 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday: 1 pm - 4 pm
The Tower Fine Arts Gallery can be reached at (585) 395-2805.
The Gallery is closed during academic breaks.
The Tower Fine Arts Center is located on the north side of Holley Street in the village of Brockport. Parking Lot G is located adjacent to the Tower Fine Arts Center and handicapped parking is available at the front of the building.
The Hartwell Dance Theater and the Rose L. Strasser Studio are both located in the center of Hartwell Hall and can be entered from the lower level circular drive off Kenyon Street. Recommended parking can be found in Lots M and N. Handicapped parking and elevator access are found in the two-story main entrance to Hartwell, which is located off Kenyon Street at the east end of the lower level parking lot (Lot M).
If you are visiting the campus on a weekday, please note that a parking pass is required until 7 pm. These passes can be purchased for $4 at the Raye H. Conrad Welcome Center, at the corner of New Campus and Commencement Drives. Metered parking is also available in several lots. Weekday parking on campus is free after 7 pm, and all day on Saturdays and Sundays.
All performance venues are handicapped accessible. Please indicate any special needs, such as wheelchair accommodations, when making your ticket reservation.
For theatre and music events: An infrared audio system is available in the Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage. With these individual receivers, patrons can augment the sound for any of the performances in this venue. A limited quantity of the receivers is available, but may be reserved by contacting the Box Office.
Several performances on the Fine Arts Calendar are ticketed through the Brockport Student Government. For those indicated events, please contact the BSG Box Office, located in the Seymour College Union, at (585) 395-2487 for additional information or ticket purchases.
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