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Now showing: Art at City Hall's Link Gallery

The Art of Studio 8

Now Showing: Studio 8

Studio 8 presents a dynamic exhibit at the Link Gallery, showcasing the diverse talents of its member artists!

The exhibit features the innovative digital paintings of Dennis Adams, the captivating composite and landscape photography of Lisa Cook, and the historically rich graphic designs of John Mariner. Each artist brings a unique perspective, blending modern techniques with traditional artistic sensibilities to create thought-provoking and visually stunning works.

This exhibit invites viewers to explore the intersections of technology, nature, and history through the lens of contemporary art.

Celebrating Rochester's Art at the City Hall Link Gallery

Established in 1981 by the New City Hall Citizens Committee, the Link Gallery provides a dynamic exhibition space for artists and craftspeople from the greater Rochester area. Featuring works from painters, printmakers, photographers, papermakers, and weavers, the gallery encourages local artists and groups from non-profits, institutions, and schools to showcase their creativity, bringing together the vibrant art and culture of our region.

With the understanding that Rochester is a city of and for the arts, the City of Rochester cherishes the visual arts, recognizing them as vital to our community’s education and culture. 

The Link Gallery located on the first floor of City Hall at 30 Church St., is open to the public Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free, and the gallery is handicapped accessible.

RCSD X Link Gallery at City Hall

In partnership with the Rochester City School District, the City of Rochester proudly hosts a year-round exhibit space for student artwork on the ground floor of City Hall. This permanent gallery features annual showcases, including the winners of the district’s calendar competition, highlighting the creativity and talent of our young artists.