Free Brain Food! Thursday 11-2

 

It’s that time again! Week 10 is here and your life is a mess…

Let the brothers of AEPi give you one bit of certainty. Come visit us  this Thursday (February 23rd)  from 11-2 at the Tiger Statue and get a  nice warm pop tart to feed that overworked brain of yours!

 

 

Make sure to come get your warm, toasty Pop-Tart!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

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Date/Time: Thursday, February 23 · 11:00am – 2:00pm

Location: Tiger Statue

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AEPi and Hillel Present Brunch ‘N Crunch

 

Come enjoy some FREE delicious Sunday brunch that will be followed by a very interesting discussion with Rabbi Dahlia Bernstein. Feel free to stop by, get some food, and learn.

Brunch will be provided FREE and will be served Kosher style.


RSVP on our Facebook event page.

 

 

 

Date: Sunday, February 5

Time: 11:00 am-1:00 pm

Location: AEPi Mansion

This event will be located at the Alpha Epsilon Pi mansion, 612 Charters Way. To get there, head towards Salsarita’s/Crossroads, go up the big staircase, and we are the first mansion on your left.


A Fraternity of Artists: Alpha Epsilon Pi

Come join the brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi at this year’s art show. See what active brothers and alumni have been working on. Photography to wood, and even glass pieces. Alpha Epsilon Pi, A Fraternity of Artists.

A Fraternity of Artists will be running from Friday, January 13-Friday, February 17, 2012. 1570 Gallery’s hours are 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday, and additional hours by appointment.

For more information, please visit http://www.aepirit.com/artshow

 

 

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Dates: January 13  –  February 17

Times: 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday, and additional hours by appointment.

Location: 1570 Gallery Valley Manor Apartments 1570 East Ave Rochester 14610

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RIT’s University News Reporter, Marcia Morphy wrote this press release for the upcoming event:

One for All and All for One: A Fraternity of Artists at 1570 Gallery
RIT photography alumnus Jonathan White curates seventh exhibition

Fraternities share a deep commitment toward development of individual members as well as the entire chapter and Jonathan White has never forgotten his Greek experience as a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi at Rochester Institute of Technology.

White earned his bachelor’s degree in professional photography at RIT in 1983, but still supports his alma mater by showcasing the vast creative talents of his brotherhood in gallery exhibitions—the first held at La MaMa La Galleria in Manhattan in 1994.

The seventh annual exhibition, “A Fraternity of Artists,” begins with an opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 13 at 1570 Gallery, located at Valley Manor Apartments, 1570 East Ave. The show runs through Feb. 17.

There are 24 artists in the “fraternity” who will be demonstrating an eclectic and diverse array of art media including photography, painting, metal art, sculpture, woodwork, glass, illustration and film.

“We even have a table designed from a motorcycle by a current RIT student, Spencer Jason,” says White, a photographer, digital artist and curator of the exhibition.

“Artists need a lot of help and fraternities carry the tradition of looking out for one another,” White believes. “For RIT student artists, this may be their first experience in showcasing their work and it’s exiting for us to think we could play a part in launching their careers.”

White says the next “Fraternity of Artists” exhibition will be held at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in August 2013.

“We are excited about returning to Manhattan, but my dream is to have a not-for-profit organization with a permanent gallery of our own. It would support the talented members of our fraternity and give them the exposure that they deserve.”

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