ArtRage presents Marjory Wilkins Photo Exhibition

A Tender Record

Marjory Wilkins: Early Black-and-White Photographs

at ArtRage Gallery

May 1 - May 27, 2010

37 photographs by Syracuse's own Marjory Wilkins, who has been making pictures for almost seven decades. This is the complete set of photographs restored during a 2008 Light Work grant project, shown together for the first time. Curated by Nancy Keefe Rhodes. Exhibition catalog available.

OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, May 1, 6 - 8 PM

with performance poetry by NYC's UpHook Press at 8 PM

Curator's gallery talks: "On the Restoration of Vernacular Photography as History and Art"

Tuesday, May 11 at 7 PM

Th3, May 20 at 7 PM


Thursday, May 27, 7 PM

Special screening of the Southside Initiative's new video documentary, "Syracuse's 15th Ward and Beyond"

This exhibition funded in part by the Cultural Resources Council of CNY.

HOURS: Wednesday - Friday 2 to 7 PM, Sat., 12 to 4 PM

Off-street parking at 408 & 414 Lodi St.

ArtRage: The Norton Putter Gallery

Gallery manager: Rose Viviano

505 Hawley Ave. (cor. N. Crouse)



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