Jun 12, 2008 Eagle Newspapers Uncategorized
The Syracuse Th3 Coalition has scheduled more free art events across the city’s art scene on the third Thursday in June. Make an evening of good art and good food. Enjoy a summer walk (or take the free shuttle) to several Th3 venues during June’s citywide art open, Third Thursday June 19th 5-8 p.m. Top it off with dinner at a local restaurant.
Th3 (Third Thursday) offers Summer art and continues monthly drawing on June 19th.
June’s Th3 prize drawing features bc Restaurant gift certificates. Located at 247 West Fayette Street in Armory Square, bc Restaurant serves a delicious “New American” menu featuring the freshest ingredients and flavors from around the world. The d (c)cor of bc is a work of art, reflecting the warmth of its unique owners and the craftsmanship of woodworkers Noah Cunningham and Michael Haegerty, painter Therese Everley Strodel, and glass artist John Dobbs. You can enter the drawng more than once, but you can only enter once at each Th3 location.
Th3 welcomes the Contempory Gallery, 230 Harrison Street as the official Th3 Afterparty (8-10 PM) during June and July. For more information visit: contemporarygallery.wordpress.com.
Th3 is a coalition of 17 popular Syracuse visual arts venues that schedule free events during the evening of the third Thursday of every month, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Free shuttle transportation: Ride Centro’s Free Connective Corridor Bus between SU and Th3 venues. Park free at SU on Th3 nights. Maps, bus schedule and Th3 show listings at all Th3 locations.
Visit th3syracuse.com for more information on the schedule, monthly drawings, and bus schedule.
Community Folk Art Center, 805 E. Genesee St., 442-2230.
“The Whipping Post” by photographer Brantley Carroll blending historical images and engravings or text exploring the American Plantation system of slavery.
Delevan Art Gallery, 501 W. Fayette St, 425-7500.
Selected work from area artists.
Eureka Crafts, 210 Walton St., 471-4601
Special Th3 event: “Capturing the Light” — Maria Aridgides, photographer from Manlius, will display her photographs from both architectural scenes of her native Poland and Central NY nature. Artist will attend.
Everson Museum of Art, 401 Harrison St., 474-6054. All run till 5/25.
“The Object and Beyond: 2008 Everson Biennial”
“Syracuse Ceramic Guild: 2008 Juried Exhibition”
Onondaga Historical Association Museum and research center
321 Montgomery St., 428-1864
“Exploring History With Art: Work!” An exhibit depicting the visual history of occupations and places of work in Onondaga County
“Freedom Bound: Syracuse & the Underground Railroad”
“Our Sporting Life: The Heroes. The Highlights. The History”
“Syracuse China: Fired Forms of the American Experience”
“Franklin Auto Exhibit”
Point of Contact Gallery, 914 E. Genesee St., 443-2169.
“Labyrinths,” an installation by Florence,Italy-based artist, Swietlan Nicholas Kraczyna. A life-size maze of mirrors and dreams featuring more than 25 drawings and etchings inspired by the Borgian notion of the labyrinth, with Icarus as protagonist. Last chance to see this amazing installation!
RedHouse/Rothenberg Gallery, 201 S. West St., 425-0405
Special Th3 event: “Other Options” a traveling and evolving exhibition that address how the quagmire of regulations imposed upon non-profit organizations affect the creative output, imagination, and flexibility of such organizations. Artists: Forays, Josh Greene, Mikely Merrill, Phil Orr & Ryan Thompson, ReTool, and Joanna Spitzner.
Syracuse Technology Garden, 235 Harrison Street, 474-0910, x2902
Exhibition of work in a variety of media by 20 local artists focusing on themes of nature: Linda Abbey, George Benedict, Julie Camilleri-Stickel, Sue Canizares, Nadine Cuffy, Deborah Dahlin, Tom Dwyer, Roscha Folger, Laura Fudge, Judith Hand, Anne Helfer, Polly Ann Henry, Saba Khan , Liliya Lifanova,Megallion, Adriana Meis, Smita Rane, Kelvin Ringold, Carol Stone ,Jo-Ann Von Pless.
Warehouse Gallery, 350 W. Fayette St., 443-6450
“Songs of Hearth and Valor, Recital in 8 Dominions, After Bessie Smith” by Terry Adkins. A multi-media tribute to blues empress Bessie Smith.
The Westcott Gallery, 826 Euclid Ave., 478-8634
Digital Artwork by Crystal LaPoint — colorful digitally manipulated photographic images.