|60 Browns Race, Rochester, NY 14614|
Established in 1992 in a historic building (circa 1873), the gallery had represented over 2,000 local artists. The two main galleries on the second floor were dramatic exhibit spaces with high ceilings, brick walls, and large windows overlooking the Genesee River. Solo exhibits could also be found on the first floor, where art displays enhance the historical exhibits in other areas of the Visitor Center.
The gallery featured rotating themed exhibitions in photography, painting, sculpture, printmaking, fiber arts, and more. The gallery was also available for rental for moderately sized meetings or events.
The gallery, along with the The Center, closed at the end of June 2013 on the grounds that they cost the City too much to run and didn't make enough money. It was pointed out that numerous other art galleries featuring local talent have sprung up since 1992, thus drawing business away from High Falls.
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