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Ride It: Art and Bicycles in Rochester
Posted by: Mike Governale, president and co-founder of Reconnect Rochester

Reconnect Rochester is proud to partner with Rochester Contemporary Art Center to bring you an exhibit focusing on bicycle history and culture in Rochester! Ride It: Art and Bicycles in Rochester will open on Friday, April 3…

Ride It: Art and Bicycles in Rochester
Ride It: Art and Bicycles in Rochester is a diverse exploration of bicycle culture, history, advocacy and creativity in the Rochester Region. Ride It features a range of projects including photography, graphic artworks, paintings, historical displays, and short films. This unique exhibition is presented in partnership with many local and regional organizations.

Ride It features new projects by: Cordell Cordaro, Jon Schull, Trevor Raab, Genesee Center for the Arts & Education, Rochester Bicycle Film Festival, Rochester Public Library, and University of Rochester Special Collections.

Ride It is presented in conjunction with Rochester Bike Week, held in May.

The April 3 Opening Reception will include Bike Valet provided by Rochester Cycling Alliance. Admission will be free for those who arrive on two wheels.

Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Little Theatre and Cinema join Rochester Bicycle Film Festival to present 2 special evenings of programming May 12 (at Cinema) & May 13 (at The Little).

April 3 – May 15, 2015

Opening Reception: Fri. April 3, 6-10pm
Free if you arrive on 2 wheels / Bike Valet

Performance by One Dance Co.: April 3, 8pm

Artist Talk: Sat. April 4, 1pm

Slow Art Day: Sat. April 11, 1pm
Hurry Up & Wait: Explore the art of slowing
down with The Landmark Society’s YUPs

Art of the Mix: April 13, 2015, 6-9pm

First Friday: May 1, 6-10pm

Bicycle Tour of Public Art: Sun. May 3
Departs from RoCo at 1pm

Rochester Bicycle Film Festival:
Tues. May 12, 7pm Breaking Away at Cinema
Wed. May 13, 7pm Triplets of Belleville at The Little

Get more details on the RoCo website external link or on Facebook external link.

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