Apr 03, 2009 staff reports Uncategorized
Start at the Warehouse to be treated to two contemporary art shows and a guest lecturer from Cornell, Patricia Phillips. Hop to the Redhouse to continue your tour of cutting edge technology in art. Thinking about summer and water? Visit the Erie Canal Museum for Randy Duchaine’s exhibit connecting passion to maritime history. Want to see what the kids are up to? Check out the Delavan’s Blodgett and Seymour Exhibit and the Museum of Young Art’s display showcasing Arts Covenant contest entries from third graders to seasoned designers-and vote on the winner. Meet the artists at SUNY Oswego Metro or the Westcott. Catch a rare panel discussion at the Everson about art legends from those who know firsthand. There more than you can visit in one night. Pick your favorites and visit the gallaries all month!
Be on the lookout for MLAB, the mobile arts bus, featuring the Sibylline TXT Syracuse an interactive virtual installation text messaging project, running throughout Downtown Syracuse, April 10 through May 8.
Th3 is a coalition of 24 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. Maps, bus schedule and Th3 show listings are at all Th3 locations.
Downtown parking is free after 5 or ride Centro’s free Connective Corridor Bus (#543) between SU and Th3 venues along the Connective corridor on Th3 5 p.m. to 11:40 p.m.
Visit th3syracuse.com for updates and more information.
Th3 supports the Central New York Arts Covenant: A call to action to immerse our community in the arts, Artscovenant.com or artscov.com.
Arts Across Campus, Onondaga Community College, 4585 West Seneca Turnpike, 498-2401
Gallery Exhibition of Milton Glaser work. graphic designer, “the embodiment of American graphic design.”
ArtRage — The Norton Putter Gallery, 505 Hawley Avenue, 218-5711
Special Th3 event. “Life in Occupied Palestine” — an hour-long film by Jewish-American Anna Baltzer, based on her time spent in the West Bank. Followed by response, discussion & refreshments. 7p.m.
Clayscapes Pottery Gallery, 1003 W. Fayette St., Suite L1, 424-6868
Exhibition of the work of SUNY Oswego ceramics professor, Frederick Bartolovic, who explores the effect of technology on culture and the human body, mapping the “space between the human form and the landscape ”
Community Folk Art Center, 805 E. Genesee St., 442-2230
Three Sisters: The Art of Robin Holder, Sonya A. Lawyer and Tamara Natalie Madden features works by three contemporary African American artists who work in different media but explore issues of ethnicity, identity, history and culture in their work.
Delavan Art Gallery, 501 W. Fayette St, 425-7500
Fiber Art featuring work by Akuamoah-Boateng, Sharon Bottle Souva, Lauren Bristol, Barbara Conte-Gaugel, Linda Esterley, Alice Gant, Hilary Gifford, Mary Kester, and Holly Knott. Blodgett & Seymour Benefit Art Show to benefit the two schools and showcase talented students.
The Erie Canal Museum, 318 Erie Blvd. E. 471-0593
Special Th3 event. New York Waters: Photographs by Randy Duchaine. Investigation of the lives those who work and play on the bodies of water that border NYC. Each image connects a personal passion to maritime history. Opening reception 5:00-6:30.
Eureka Crafts, 210 Walton St., 471-4601
Meet the Artist: Peter and Susan Valenti showcase their well known decorative ceramic work in a trunk show. Light refreshments.
Everson Museum of Art, 401 Harrison St., 474-6054.
Th3 special event. Artist Open: Darryl Hughto, Susan Roth, and Everson Director Steven Kern
A discussion between Everson Director Steven Kern and artists Darryl Hughto and Susan Roth, who will put into context works in the gallery by their New York City colleagues, including Jules Olitski, Helen Frankenthaler, Dan Christensen, and Robert Motherwell at6 p.m.
Light Work/Robert B. Menschel Media Center, 316 Waverly Ave., 443-1300
Limbo, featuring the work of Admas Habteslasie. The images depict a graceful yet unusually honest and insightful snapshot of the war torn East African country, Eritrea.As it Happens: Artists-in Residence at Light Work. Artist Showcase: Images by Jane Walker, Central NY photographer.
Museum of Young Art (MOYA), 110 West Fayette St., One Lincoln Center, 424-7800
What is the CNY Arts Covenant, anyway? An exhibit of nearly 80 entries to the CNY Arts Covenant logo contest. Come and see how Central New York responded to the “Call to Action” from the Arts Covenant. The public is invited to vote on the finalists in the contest.Visit ArtCovenant.com for details. Opening reception.
Onondaga Historical Association Museum and Research Center, 321 Montgomery St., 428-1864
Lincoln Bicentennial features objects from the collection; The Changing View: Landscapes — landscape paintings from the collection. Sisters in Spirit: Women Supporting Women –explores diverse ways in which women have assisted other women in Syracuse & Onondaga County.
Open Hand Theater, 518 Prospect Avenue, 476-0466 or 243-2379
Visit the historic castle on North Salina Street. View the Art of Giants puppets. Browse Open Hand’s magical gift shop.
Orange Line Gallery, 305 Montgomery Street, 263-5780
Th3 Special Event. “The Art of Urbanism: City Life in America & Abroad” Ramona Persaud, John Deere, Marc Pitterelli, Amber Blanding, David McKenney, Debra Parry Trichilo, Jace Collins, Jim Reed, Melissa Tiffany, Mike Weismore. DJ’s: Isis, Sik60Six and Fresh Kid. Breakdancers from the UpRock Crew as Live Grafitti Art is created. Reception from 5:30 to 10 p.m.
Point of Contact Gallery, 914 E. Genesee St., 443-2169
Special Th3 event. THE GALLERY AS STUDIO: Drawings on Delirium Ricardo Lanzarini from Montevideo, Uruguay. Light refreshments.
Redhouse/Rothenberg Gallery, 201 S. West St., 425-0405
Th3 special event. Techno_Culture, curated by Sean Hovendick., exhibits works from artists using technology in their creative process. Presented in association with Syracuse University Dept. of Transmedia’s Computer Art Program. Gallery talk 7p.m. Opening reception.
SUArt Galleries, Shaffer Art Building, Syracuse University, 443.4097
Th3 special event. MFA 2009, an exhibition of MFA degree candidates from SU College of Visual and Performing Arts, 5 to 7 p.m.: Public Reception; 5:30 p.m.: Performance by MFA candidate Jenny Carolin.
SUNY Oswego Metro Center, The Atrium, Two Clinton Square, 399-4100
Th3 special event. GALLERY ONE: Photo-Drawings, Recent works by Julieve Jubin & Juan Perdiguero, and GALLERY TWO: An Introduction, Recent works by Barbara Stout. Artists attending.Opening reception.
Syracuse University Special Collections Research Center, Bird Library, 443-9788
A Goodly Heritage of Study: The Portfolio Club of Syracuse documents history of the Syracuse women’s study group, started in 1875 when women’s access to higher education was restricted.
Syracuse Technology Garden, 235 Harrison Street, 474-0910, x2902
Fun, Wild, and Experimental artwork by Rochester’s Arena Art Group. Last chance to see this show!
Warehouse Gallery, 350 W. Fayette St., 443-6450
Th3 special event. The Warehouse Gallery Window Projects: Museum of the City of Lost and Found by Marion Wilson. Patricia Phillips, professor, Independent writer and curator at Cornell University lecture at 5:15, joined by Wilson at 6pm. Also on view: Sound Scores: Paper, Wood, Stone and Glass by musicians, composers, and sound artists Andrew Deutsch & Stephen Vitiello.
Westcott Community Art Gallery, 826 Euclid Ave., 478-8634
Th3 special event. Faces: Inspiration from within — paintings by Erin Boyle. “Artist at Work Event”: Boyle will be on site working on a new oil painting, demonstrating techniques and answering questions about her work.
Closed for April’s Th3 event:
Spark Contemporary Art Space, 1005 E. Fayette.
COLAB (Collaborative Laboratory), SU Warehouse, 350 W. Fayette St., 4th Floor, 443-2455
YMCA GallerY, 2nd floor, 340 Montgomery St., 474-6851 x328.
Th3 is funded in part with funding from New York Assemblywoman Joan K. Christensen.