Seven real techniques for writing every day

I know very well what you are thinking: is Gabriella talking about habits AGAIN? Some. Others of you are thinking about much more important things, and as much as I would like to, I still cannot force you to think about my blog during all your waking hours. (Yet). In the meantime, let’s talk about…

Artists and writers on the most visited blogs

This public space that is the Internet, by the work and grace of web 2.0., Has glorified the culture of the common, for which the artist’s trade has taken a back seat. This culture of confrontation in which we live: its paradigm is politics as sport and sport as politics (the beautiful game is based…

About Rochester Arts & Lectures

Rochester Arts & Lectures was founded in 1989. It is a not-for-profit cultural organization designed to produce an annual series of lectures by distinguished authors and artists respected for their contributions to literature, criticism, art, science, and public affairs. This major, on-going forum for the exchange of ideas is presented to a diverse audience in…

Alan Cameros

Sponsor of Rochester Arts & Lectures 2011/2012 – “Why would an individual contributor join with Nazareth College, one of our region’s outstanding educational resources, to undertake sponsorship of the Rochester Arts & Lectures season series ? My reason is that we need this opportunity to hear a diversity of voices. The speakers who talk to us…

Meet Our New Producer

For almost 20 years, Andrea Weinstein held various positions at the University of Rochester. She began as the editorial assistant for a 2200 page text, The Principles of Surgery by Dr. Seymour Schwartz, and was subsequently responsible for assembling and editing the Pre-Test Self-Assessment and the Companion Handbook 7/e. Also in the school of medicine,…

Arts in Education

Rochester Arts & Lectures’ award-winning Encounters with Excellence Scholarship Program is coordinated through Greater Rochester School Districts. For each lecture in the series, sixteen high school students and their teachers receive educational materials about the guest speaker, attend the lecture at no charge, sit in reserved, premier seats, attend post-lecture receptions with the artists, and receive signed copies…

Ticket Information

Tickets for the 2014/2015 Series of Uncommon Voices are sold by subscription. General Admission Series are $150 Reserved Stage Series are $162 Reserved Patron Series are $250 (Includes preferred seating and receptions with the authors) Friends of Rochester Arts & Lectures are $600 and above (Includes 2 Patron Series subscriptions) Tickets are put on sale first to subscribers who participated in the 2013/2014 Series of Uncommon Voices. To…