"Fresh," a collection of art by upper class students and faculty from the Division of Art and Design at Cazenovia College will be shown at the Syracuse Tech Garden, 235 Harrison St., from Thursday Oct. 21 through Friday Jan. 28. The opening reception for the artists, slated for 5:30 to 7 p.m. Oct. 21, is free and open to the public.
The show is presented in conjunction with Th3, (the third Thursday events) Syracuse's Citywide Arts Open Houses. Juniors and seniors from Cazenovia College's Art and Design Programs will exhibit their best works including paintings, drawings, photography, fashion constructions and sculpture.
Various media from the division's faculty will also be part of the exhibition. Neil Chowdhury, assistant professor, and director of the college's photography program; Jen Pepper, associate professor and director of the Cazenovia College Art Gallery; Josef Ritter, professor of interior design; Allyn Stewart, associate professor, visual communications; and Anita Welych, professor of art and director of the Art and Design foundation studies program.