Nov 10, 2009 staff reports Uncategorized
When:Thursday, Nov. 19
Time:5 to 8 p.m.
Download this schedule. Visit three on Th3, then spend the rest of the month seeing all the other great events that are part of the Th3 Syracuse Art Scene. See this symbol for special events.
Don’t miss Th3’s November raffle! Win tickets to Syracuse Stage, Central New York’s premier professional theater. Visit SyracuseStage.org to see the Stage’s alluring 2009/2010 season!
Arts Across Campus, Onondaga Community College
4585 West Seneca Turnpike, 498-2401
A mixed media show with works from Onondaga’s own faculty members.
ArtRage — The Norton Putter Gallery, 505 Hawley Avenue 218-5711
The Picture Man-the photographs of Milton Rogovin, one of 20th century’s foremost social documentary photographers. Photographs and poetry from Nottingham High School, Phoenix Middle and High Schools students. 7-9pm Poetry Night featuring poems written about Milton’s photographs and read by student authors from Nottingham High School, Emerson J. Dillon Middle School and John C. Birdlebough High School.
Brians Art Gallery, 201 Wolf St (former Keybank building),424-0663
Exhibit of oil paintings by the late Fred Fisher who studied the old world masters and reinterpreted their techniques and style. All sales benefit Hospice of CNY. Coffee, deserts and light refreshments.
Clayscapes Pottery Gallery, 1003 W. Fayette St., Suite L1, 424-6868
Closed for Th3
Community Folk Art Center
805 E. Genesee St., 442-2230
Power and Pride: An Elizabeth Catlett Retrospective featuring fifty years of prints, drawings, collages & sculpture by the activist, education and American art icon. Also on view, two films by Carrie Mae Weems: Constructing History: A Requiem to Mark the Moment and Afro Chic. screening of the film Betty y Poncho by filmmaker Juan Mora Catlett at 6pm.
Delavan Art Gallery, 501 W. Fayette St, 425-7500
Elements, featuring work by Lynette Blake, Jim Van Hoven, Amy Haven
Wild Card Exhibition: Drawing in Air , an installation by Andy Schuster. Opening Reception.
The Erie Canal Museum, 318 Erie Blvd. E. 471-0593
Explore a treasure of artifacts, maps, images, interpretive and interactive displays, and the Frank B. Thomson Line Boat, a full size replica canal boat with crew quarters, cargo and passenger areas you can climb aboard.
Eureka Crafts, 210 Walton St., 471-4601
Eureka is unveiling a tree of Handmade Holiday Ornaments by Eureka Staff! Refreshments! AND a percentage of sales,storewide will be donated to the IFC (Food Consortium of Syracuse).
Everson Museum of Art, 401 Harrison St., 474-6064.
Visit one of the world’s largest ceramic collections. Open exhibits include: Women of Rookwood: The Joyce and Eliot Sterling Collection of American Art Pottery, The Syracuse China Collection, and Arts and Crafts of New York State. Tickets are required to view Turner to Cezanne: Masterpieces from the Davies Collection National Museum Wales.
Light Work/Robert B. Menschel Media Center, 316 Waverly Ave., 443-1300
Corporeal, featuring photographs by Deana Lawson. Also on view is Artists at Work: Transmedia Photo Faculty, featuring work by full time and adjunct professors in the Department of Transmedia at Syracuse University.
Museum of Young Art (MOYA), 110 West Fayette St., One Lincoln Center, 424-7800
Artwork from area schools. Call venue for details.
Point of Contact Gallery,914 E. Genesee St., 443-2169 i8
Opening reception for Storytelling, an experiment in visual narrative.
Drawings by Buenos Aires artist Pedro Roth. Artist in attendance.
Red House Arts Center. 201 South West St.,425-0405
How Does Your Garden Grow?, A collection of new paintings by Marianne Smith Dalton. The opening reception will feature a talk by the artist at 7PM.
Spark Contemporary Art Space, 1005 E. Fayette
Ann Hirsch Presents: Scandalishious: Behind the Camwhore 7:00 PM, A performance dramatizing Ann’s Real Life experiences as a YouTube “Cewebrity.”
SUArt Galleries, Shaffer Art Building, Syracuse University, 443.4097
John Wood: On the Edge of Clear Meaning, First major retrospective of over 100 photographs and drawings from the 1960s to the present. Organized by the Visual Studies Workshop and curated by Nathan Lyons in collaboration with Marie Via, Memorial Art Gallery and Alison Nordstrom, George Eastman House.
SUNY Oswego Metro Center, The Atrium, Two Clinton Square, 399-4100
The Power of Four features recent work by Judith Benedict, Lindsey Guile, Mary Pierce, and Carla Senecal. From abstract to representational, conceptual to narrative, traditional to emerging, this group of artist produces something for everyone. Reception 5-8pm, artist present.
Syracuse Stage, 820 E. Genesee St. 443-3275
A dramaturgical display about Louisa Mae Alcott’s uncle, Samuel May who was a local preacher and abolitionist. Includes artifacts and documents of the period, in collaboration with Onondaga Historical Association. In conjunction with “Little Women,” Th3 visitors will be able to glimpse final rehersals of the show. Light refreshments.
Syracuse University Special Collections Research Center,
Bird Library, 443-9788
An exhibition titled Luminous Construction: The Photography of Howard Bond is now open for viewing on the sixth floor of E. S. Bird Library. On display are selections from the formalist
photographer Howard Bond’s 22 portfolios, containing dramatic landscapes and abstract close-ups taken during his trips to ten different countries between 1974 and 2005.
Syracuse Technology Garden
235 Harrison Street, 474-0910, x2902
An exhibition featuring over two dozen images drawn primarily from the Onondaga Historical Association collection exploring the evolution of Onondaga Lake over the last 500 years.
Warehouse Gallery, 350 W. Fayette St, 443-6450
Alyson Shotz: Drawing Through Space. The Brooklyn-based artist created an installation with extraordinary use of light. In partnership with the Everson Museum. Window Project: Lynette Stephenson: this Confederacy of Dunces, inspired by John Kennedy Toole’s novel. Reception.
Westcott Community Art Gallery
826 Euclid Ave., 478-8634
Syracuse Photographer’s Association 2nd Annual Group Show. An addition, Access to the Group’s website featuring artists’ “tours of their work” on display as well.
307-313 South Clinton St.
Faculty Show from Faculty of the College of Visual and Performing Arts of Syracuse University. Hard Hats Required installation work by 8 Syracuse University Graduate Students. Opening Reception. 6 – 8pm.
YMCA GallerY, 2nd floor, 340 Montgomery St., 474-6851 x328.
“Sanar s ma ana,” works on paper by Aimee Lee. Artist present. Opening Reception.