Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester

Rochester’s Memorial Art Gallery has an extensive permanent collection, an incredible variety of traveling exhibitions, & a well-rounded calendar of events and art classes.

Outside

On the museum campus, you’ll find the Sculpture Park, including The Creation Story by sculptor Tom Otterness, and The Unicorn Family by Wendell Castle. Around the perimeter is the Poets Walk and Story Walk. This “urban gathering space” in the Neighborhood of the Arts welcomes you to explore the grounds for free and use your imagination to interact with the elements.

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Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery

Visit in the evening to enjoy Double-Positive and other outdoor lighting.

Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery

Memorial Art Gallery

Inside

The first floor showcases traveling exhibitions and rotating collections. Second floor exhibits hold timeless collections of famous paintings and priceless artifacts.

Check out “MAG Thursdays” from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Half price admission, live music, wine, beer and food for purchase. There are also family-centric cultural heritage days when admission is free ($5 donation suggested.) The MAG is always trying new things, most likely influenced by their affiliation with the University of Rochester, and their location in downtown Rochester.

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Memorial Art Gallery

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Memorial Art Gallery

More information about the Memorial Art Gallery

Check out the Poets Walk and Story Walk outside along University and Goodman.

Memorial Art Gallery Story Walk

Memorial Art Gallery Story Walk Three

Debi Bower

Born, raised and living life as a digital designer in Rochester, NY! I am also a day-tripper, writer & photographer, exploring the nooks and crannies that make our part of New York State so special.

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