The Print Club of Rochester is one of the oldest clubs in the country dedicated to fine art printmaking, having been in existence since 1930. Celebrating its artist members who've been part of the club for 20 years or more, this month the organization is hosting an exhibit of their works of art at The Multi-use Community Cultural Center (MuCCC). Representing a range of styles and methods of printmaking, the 19 featured artists are Elizabeth K. Durand, G A Sheller, Tarrant Clements, Marie Buckley, Kristine Bouyoucos, Carol Acquilano, Alan Singer, Constance Mauro, Charles Davis, Claudia Mejia-Willett, Linda Condon, Eileen Feeney-Bushnell, Richard Harvey, Sidonie Merkel Roepke, Kathleen Sherin, Tom Lightfoot, Nicholas Ruth, Jeff Sherven, and Pamela Drix.
Continues through April 28 at The MuCCC, 142 Atlantic Avenue. Free. Viewable during scheduled theater performances. muccc.org/events.