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Image City is a participating gallery with the Rochester First Friday Gallery Night. Click Here for details. The next is July 3

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Baobob Cultural Center

BARAKOA: Tradition and Transition
of the African Masquerade

Arzouma Komparore
Todd Fleming
Steve Levinson
Don Menges
Dick Bennett
Betsy Phillips
John Solberg

June 16 - July 12, 2015

Artists' Reception
Friday, 5 - 8:30 pm, June 19

First Friday Gallery Night
Friday, 5 - 9 pm, July 3

Guest Photographers
Alexander Stoinis in the East Gallery
Chip Evra, Arleen Thaler,
and Joyce Frank, whose exhibit is funded in part by the
Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County

Award Winning Photographs by
Camera Rochester Photographers
Wendy S. Cohen, Teresa Hastings, David Kotok
Tom Kredo, Luann Pero, and Loretta Petralis

Gallery Partners and Artist-in-Residence
Dick Bennett, Carl Crumley, Steve Levinson
Gil Maker, Don Menges, Dan Neuberger
Jim Patton, Betsy Phillips. John Solberg
Gary Thompson, Phyllis Thompson, Sheridan Vincent

Click Here for a selection of Photographs to Preview the Exhibit

Click Here for the Partners' Picks of the Show

722 University Avenue, Image City Photography Gallery
728 University Avenue, Baobab Cultural Center

Gallery Hours:   Tuesday - Saturday 12 - 6 and Sunday 12 - 4
Baobob Hours: Saturday 12 - 4 and during events


There is no admission fee at Image City
For more details:  phone 585.271.2540, email Info@ImageCityPhotographyGallery.com
Baobab Cultural Center:  phone 585-563-2145, www.thebaobab.org

 Image City Photography Gallery  ♦   722 University Avenue  ♦   Rochester, NY 14607 ♦ 585.271.2540

In the heart of ARTWalk in the Neighborhood of the Arts where our mission is
create a satisfying exhibition and learning experience for photographers and the art loving community.