Visit the Montanus Gallery in Rochester NY
The Anderson Arts Building is an old factory that is now home to the Anderson Alley Artists, a community of artists and photographers occupying four floors of the building, a revitalized former shoe factory
in the vibrant Neighborhood of the Arts.
We are generally open on the
first Friday and second Saturday of every month, including the following
upcoming open houses:
Friday, September 1, from
Saturday, September 9,
from 12 to
First Fridays and Second
Saturdays continue through from September - January.
If you need to make a
purchase, we are generally available for private appointments outside of
our normal monthly open houses. (
contact us )
interactive Google map)
Anderson Arts Building, 250 N. Goodman Street,
Studio 213 on the Second Floor. The Anderson Building
is next to Village Gate and diagonally across from the Memorial Art Gallery at the corner of N. Goodman Street and Anderson Avenue.
The entrances to the Anderson Building are in the alley between the
Anderson Building and Village Gate. There are two brightly painted
yellow and orange doors where you can enter (see pictures below).
You can park at
Village Gate or along Goodman Street or Anderson Avenue. There is a parking lot behind the Anderson Arts building. There are also two parking lots along Anderson Avenue near the corner of Carlton Street.
Just one more block down Anderson Avenue and you can access a huge parking lot behind village gate.
About First Fridays:
First Friday is a monthly citywide gallery
night out in Rochester centered around the Neighborhood of the Arts. It
is a collaboration between non-profit, university, and commercial art venues in Rochester, NY. This initiative showcases area artists and arts institutions by promoting the First Friday evening of each month as a community night for experiencing art. All kinds of artists open their doors for open houses, interactive demonstrations and much more.
The Anderson Arts Building, which is where the Montanus Gallery is
located, is a great starting point to experience the event each month.
The building is buzzing with activity during these times.
Democrat and Chronicle article pre-grand opening.
announcement on Facebook explaining why I'm opening the gallery.