Creative Entrepreneurship

Posts tagged ‘The Yards’

The Chase Factory

The Yards


The Chase Factory
A Celebration of the life and work of Jordan C. Greenhalgh

February 6, 2015.
THE YARDS Collaborative Art Space
in Rochester Public Market.

Suggested donation at the door. All of the sales and proceeds from the show will go to benefit Jordan’s beloved son, Milo.

Jordan C. Greenhalgh attended RIT’s School of Animation, where he studied stop-motion animation and created a plethora of films. His film, “Process Enacted” earned him the Princess Grace award in 2008. The film was also featured in the Nick Toons Animation Festival in the same year. Jordan was a founding member of the Sweet Meat Co. and his sculptures and installation work was part of the group’s inaugural show in 2010. Shortly afterwards, he moved to Brooklyn, NY where he continued to create work until his passing in early December of this past year.
Please join us in celebrating the…

View original post 5 more words

The Yard(s) Sale – Spring Edition – April 26

Click on the image to go to the Facebook event page for more details.

Click on the image to go to the Facebook event page for more details.

The Yards

Picture yourself  HERE:




We are excited to announce that for the month of August, we will be opening our doors to fellow artists for our first YARDS RESIDENCY!

During this time, THE YARDS will be divided into 4 spaces (about 200 sq. ft each).  4 Artists will be selected for each 2 week time slot.  During the 2 week period, there will be an opportunity for you to present your past work with your fellow residents, THE YARDS team, and the Rochester community.  We will also host open studios during Saturday Market hours.

THE YARDS was founded by artists Sarah C. Rutherford and Lea Rizzo.  While the focus of the YARDS has remained in the spirit of collaboration, it has thus far been focused around exhibits and events.  The two artists are excited to bring the focus for the month of August back to the creation.  Please note, these studio…

View original post 71 more words

Tag Cloud

%d bloggers like this: