Press releases ...

Here is a brief sampling of recent press releases reflecting the range of clients, events, and news.

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September 25, 2019

Rochester, NY—Sometimes a photograph can change the life of a child.

That’s what Children Awaiting Parents/Donald J. Corbett Adoption Agency (CAP) is counting on at its annual public Heart Gallery event and reception on Tuesday, November 5 at 6 pm at the Strong Museum of Play ...

August 23, 2019

Seaburn—former marriage and family therapist and minister—continues to plumb the depths of shared human experience

 

Rochester, NY—“I don’t know how, and I don’t know why, but I think I died today.”

 

So begins the complex and mysterious journey of Gavin Goode and his family in the newest novel released this summer by Spencerport author David Seaburn (Black Rose Writing). In Gavin Goode—the author’s seventh novel—Seaburn draws on his unique background as a mental health professional and former Presbyterian minister to develop a character-driven story that reflects his deep understanding of the human experience and his storytelling mastery ...

June 25, 2019

EquiCenter’s Mission MustangTM Pairs Two American Icons for Journey Toward Mutual Growth and Healing

 

Honeoye Falls, NY—Hyper-vigilance. Stress. Anxiety. These are just a few classic post-traumatic stress (PTS) emotions experienced by veterans returning from combat and other military service. Approximately 540,000 American veterans are diagnosed with PTS, and countless more remain undiagnosed, but struggle with it daily ...

February 26, 2019

Rochester, NY— In keeping with the egalitarian and accessible nature of Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s iconic 6x6 exhibit, RoCo and City of Rochester will announce the March 2 “Make Art Day” proclamation with a video featuring community leaders, art leaders and Mayor Lovely A. Warren reading her proclamation ...

February 11, 2019

Mayor Warren Proclaims March 2 as City-wide “Make Art Day,” Launching Party Month

 

Rochester, NY— Preparing for the 12th iteration of its iconic 6x6 “small art phenomenon” in June, Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) continues its expectations to grow the number of entries even beyond the impressive 6,000+ last year ...

March 19, 2018

Rochester NY—A small watch company that began selling its product last September has just landed one of the most desirable and highly-regarded invitations in the international world of watches ...

February 22, 2018

Victor, NY—A timely new exhibit at Ganondagan State Historic Site opens to the public on Saturday, March 24, 2018. “Hodinöhsö:ni’ Women: From the Time of Creation” examines the many ways in which Hodinöhsö:ni’ women have acted as positive forces in our world, and provides a glimpse into their complex and sophisticated way of life. As the exhibit unfolds, it demonstrates that, from the time of Creation to the present, Hodinöhsö:ni’ women continue to provide guidance, wisdom, healing, joy, sustenance, hope, peace and love to the world ...

February 19, 2018

Rochester, NY— Synthesis Management Group (SMG) is honored to celebrate five of its clients named as recipients of the first-ever Rochester Business Journal (RBJ) Women of Excellence awards. A total of 34 women from a variety of industries are being honored at an awards 
 ceremony on April 11 at the Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center ...

January 17, 2018

Farmington, NY—The 35th Northeast Organic Faming Association of New York’s (NOFA-NY) celebrates its 2017 Winter Conference with the theme, Long Live the Farmer: Diversity & Biodiversity in Saratoga Springs, NY. From January 20-22, this year’s bonus includes the first Northeast Organic Seed Conference: Owning Our Own Seed ...

January 12, 2018

Rochester, NY—As part of the bicentennial year to “Re-energize the Legacy of Frederick Douglass,” Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) is launching a new exhibit, No Soil Better: Art and the Living Legacy of Frederick Douglass on February 2 through March 18, 2018 ...

October 2, 2017

Victor, NY—A prominent group of experts and authors recognized for knowledge in Eastern Woodland materials culture will be featured in the Symposium on Woodland Material Culture and Art on October 20-21, 2017 at Ganondagan State Historic Site. This is the second such symposium, a collaboration with the Friends of Ganondagan; the first symposium took place in October 2015 ...

June 8, 2017

Farmington, NY — In December, 2016, the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) released an Environmental Assessment (EA) of Dr. Anthony Shelton’s Cornell University application for a permit to carry out the world’s first open-air trial of a genetically engineered diamondback moth (GDM) in Geneva, New York. The diamondback moth is a pest to brassica plants worldwide ...

April 24, 2017

Chicago, IL—It’s not every day that the Cuban Ministry of Culture invites a small American classical music ensemble to serve as artistic ambassadors for a weeklong residency in Havana. But that’s exactly what happened for the Chicago Harp Quartet who will be spending a weeklong residency from May 29-June 4 in Cuba, a country of 11 million people with exactly one harp teacher and only four pedal harps, and those are in disrepair. Part of the CHQ’s mission is to bring and donate at least two harps to Cuba, virtually increasing by 50% the number of harps available to that country’s students ...

August 18, 2016

New York, NY—Composer David Mallamud’s brain is a busy place. With a particular gift for compositions that fuse genres with his own unique perspective, the dynamic young composer’s debut CD, “The Wild & Whimsical Worlds of David Mallamud” (September 30 release on Broadway Records), brings the listener through a fanciful tour of time and place. Stops include a visit to Parisian music hall culture, ‘80s Glam Metal, Victorian parlor songs, salsa-drenched Latin daytime telenovelas, Irish-inspired sea shanties, and just about everything in between ...

September 22, 2015

If “write what you know” are words to live by, then Spencerport author David B. Seaburn should have fodder for many years’ worth of books. The wisdom gained by the author’s 30-year career as a marriage and family therapist and tenure as a parish minister contribute broadly to his fifth novel, More More Time (Savant Books and Publications, July 2015)...

July 20, 2015

Pittsford, NY--From Cinderella to Sherlock Holmes, and from Gone with the Wind to Downton Abbey, the iconic horse and carriage has figured prominently in generations of literature, film, and television. From Wednesday, August 5 through Sunday, August 9, 2015, Pittsford’s annual Walnut Hill Carriage Driving Competition recaptures the history and romanticism of the late 19th-century when “driving” meant reins, not steering wheels, and “horsepower” meant the four-legged kind... 

April 7, 2015

Tampa, FL— Summers for young professional classical musicians typically are occupied with festivals at which they hone their skills, often paying high-end fees for the opportunity. However, since 2013, the 19-day Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival at the University of South Florida in Tampa has set itself apart with a fresh new artistic and financial model...

February 9, 2015

Rochester, NY--The international art phenomenon, 6x6--Rochester Contemporary Art Center's one-of-a-kind annual fundraiser--is open for 2015 entries, and this year is reaching even deeper into the global art community for submissions, due April 19...

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