Home? is a multimedia exhibition organized by Stuart Larson, Todd Smith, and Elizabeth McDade. This exhibition encourages collaboration between area artists and asks questions including: What objects create comfort value? What are your positive or negative associations with the word home? Is home a physical or mental space? Artists Ann
Upstate Invitational 1997 is an exhibition of regional artists which investigates issues of personal iconography, growth, and desire through large scale abstract paintings, glass and fiber glass sculptures, photography, artists books, and installations. Artists Vincent Borrelli, Diane Cox, Chris Kienke, Elizabeth Lyons, Marion Wilson
Tempo: The 27th Annual Exhibition is a group exhibition of twenty artists from Tempo, a group of female artists from the Upstate New York area. Their works include painting, photography, ceramics, cloisonné, and stained glass. Artists Pat Bacon, Jappie King Black, Kristine Bouyoucos, Loc Cross, Yvonne Cupolo, Margaret Evans, Lynn
Syracuse Photos is a group exhibition of eight photographers and Syracuse University graduates. These photographs present explorations of ritual, portraiture, landscape, child behavior and identity, and female stereotypes. Artists Ariel Foster, Rebekah Modrak, Josefa Mulaire, Libby Rowe, Yvette Sobky, Bryan "Biff" Ward, Tracy Wascom, Kimberly L. Wolf
Centripetal is an installation by William Ramage that examines the dynamics of perception, developments in art history, and the phenomenological experience. The installation's visual framework is a grid of perceptually perpendicular lines that map out the space with mathematical precision. The measured lines monitor the expansion of the space and transform
Canadian Clay Currents is a juried exhibition of 16 Canadian artists. The exhibition features a variety of functional, sculptural, and installation works primarily made of clay. The exhibited artists are involved in broadening the traditional definition of ceramics through developing new technological processes, tackling unique subject matters, and challenging the
Racism: Just Undo It is the third annual Action Against Racism exhibition, which uses the arts to focus the community's attention on the need to promote racial harmony. The exhibited works include ceramic and wire sculptures, paintings, drawings, photography, and mixed media wall hangings.
Process features works by Bill Hoag, Paul Nugent, and Todd Smith. Hoag and Smith's collaborative project explores generation, degeneration, and regeneration through the use of organic materials which change over time through both human manipulation and natural processes. Nugent's work includes a series of drawings that explore the three leading
Flaming Senses features work by Kevin Cook and Steven Dunning. The exhibition includes acrylic paintings and video screen images that express each artists' concern regarding gay men in political and sexual culture. Cook uses electronic image-processing to produce videos that challenge the conventions of commercial television, while Dunning uses photocopiers
Faces of the Human Race is a collaborative art celebration of multi-cultural awareness. It features the work of 100 students from Lyons Jr/Sr High School, who learned under the guidance of visiting artist Heather Diamond. The works reflect on the diversity of the human race.
Bricollage and Postmodernism is a group exhibition that explores the process of collecting information and objects in order to make sense from disconnected and disjointed materials. Artists Charlie Bremer, Richard Burkett, Lena Guyot, Bill Ray, Jim Stark, Alex Symington, Martha Bremer
The Fifth Annual Members Exhibition is an exhibition featuring works from over 200 members of the art center. Artists Carol Acquilano, Joan Allen, Solange Arana, Pat Bacon, J. Catherine Bebout, J. Todd Beers, Joseph Bergel, Jappie King Black, David Boyer, Al Bremmer, D. Sarle Brown, Belinda Bryce, Ed Buscemi, Lisa
Art As Healing showcases the work of artists from throughout the US as they represent the cycle of violence, trauma, and recovery through art. Multiple aspects of healing are presented, including trauma, art therapy, victimization, sexuality, abuse, recovery, and survival. Artists Linda Condon-Howe, Andrew Fisher, William Hoag, Martha Schermerhorn, Sharon
Progress at the End of the Millennium reflects on our cultural and societal progress through installations, two-dimensional, and sculptural works Artists Liz Boettger, Shuei Sheng Chen, Taylor Conklin, Stuart Larson, Nancy Ghertner, Donna Oefinger, Tony Treadway
The Upstate Invitational provides under-recognized artists with an opportunity to present their work. Seven artists are represented, with mediums ranging from wood sculptures and drawings, to mixed media and photographs. Artists Chris Dobbs, Torsten Gipperich, Gina Murtaugh, Richard Prisco, Jessie Sheffrin, Allen Topolski, Marian Wijnvoord
Reproduction in the Age of Multiples is an international exhibition featuring the works of fourteen artists who use the technique or concept of "the multiple" within their work. Mediums include traditional printmaking methods, as well as chocolate and beeswax. Artists Pat Bacon, Nancy Chalker-Tennant, Chad Latz, Iva O'Conner, Hirotsune Tashime,
The Russian Art Exhibition presents works from Novgorod, Russia in collaboration with the Art-Sloboda Gallery and the Linkages-Sister Cities Project. The exhibition includes 101 original works of art with a broad range of style and theme. Over 75 artists are represented with works in oil, tempera, watercolor, printmaking, and lacquer.
In the Face of AIDS: IIII is the last in a series of exhibitions curated by David Kwasigroh that feature works by poets and artists whose personal work deals with aspects of the AIDS crisis. Artists P. Parks Andrishok, Pat Bacon, Ava Cilberti, Josph Crivy, William Feeney, Robert Flynt, Michael
Interior Dialogues is an international exhibition featuring the work of 23 photo-based artists who are recent recipients of graduate degrees. The exhibition centers around the question of how academic institutions shape and/or fuel the future of art making. The presented works examine the role of higher education in the development
Vanghost in the Machine: Creativity and the Personal Computer is a group exhibition of electronically derived images by New York State Artists. Artists Michael Bowllan, Sadie Bridger, Harold Coogan, Walter Colley, Spencer Crommie, Terrance Cuddy, Kevin DiMagio, Nick D'Innocenzo, Susan Feldman, Mark Fiengold, Paul Garland, Ann Carol Goldberg, Kristen Kennedy,
Fibrous Extremities features works by 14 female artists from Upstate New York exploring the versatility of fiber as a medium. The exhibited fiber methods include handmade paper, batik, printed and painted fabrics, quilted works, basketry, and weaving. Artists Susan J Blumendale, Kristine T. Bouyoucos, Joanne Segal Brandford, Rhonda Cunha, Judith
Figure features a diverse grouping of artworks that explore and present the human form and the concept of humanity. Artists Ted Aub, Alicia Bailey, Robert Flynt, Sari Gaby, Kioshi Ike, Rosa Labove, Rosaleen Marion, Bruce MacWhorter, Anne Arden McDonald, Michael Moretti, David Richardson, Robin Tressler
The Upstate Invitation is an annual exhibition that works to promote emerging cultural forces in the community and to bring attention to under-recognized artists in the area. The selected artists work in a variety of mediums including video and electronic imaging, sculpture, and mixed media. Artists Sigrid Erica Casey, Bob
Tree is a group exhibition celebrating the significant role of trees and forests in the community and around the world, both as a physical resource and a spiritual icon. Artists Joan Lyons, Smith Dudley, Tom Lightfoot, Vincent Massaro, Mike "Cousin" Kelly, Terry Slade, Dan Rice, Pat Bishop, Sue Blumendale, Elizabeth
The Arena Group: Forty Years of Modern Art in Rochester is a retrospective celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Arena Group, the first group in Rochester to promote the work of emerging contemporary artists in the 1950s.
An exhibition featuring the work of Krysia Mnick and Joel T. Pickard. Mnick presents Angels and Others, shamelessly romantic pastels in progress, while Pickard shows Paintings of Sculptures I'll Never Make, preliminary sketches for his postcards series.