Saturday, March 22, 2008
THIRD THURSDAY ART OPEN
March 20, 2008 5-8pm
Ride Centro's Free Bus along the Connective Corridor between SU and the Delavan Art Gallery. Maps, bus schedule and Th3 show listings are available at all Th3 locations and at our website: www.th3syracuse.com.
Look for our Th3 Special Events symbol:
CENTRO CONNECTIVE CORRIDOR BUS EVENT: Park your car in the Quad 4 lot for FREE. Catch the bus at College Place at 5:15 pm. Enjoy live music, a guided tour of the city’s historical 15th ward, a poetry reading at the Redhouse, and a rehearsal at Jazz Central!
COMMUNITY FOLK ART CENTER, 805 E. Genesee St., 442-2230
AfriCOBRA: Liberated Images by ten members of the AfriCOBRA ("African Commune of Bad Relevant Artists") collective dating from 1968 Chicago. Runs till 4/5. Interrupted Life: Incarcerated Mothers in the United States, exhibition curated by Rickie Solinger of WAKEUP/Arts. Explores issues faced by families involved in the prison system through artwork, stories and letters of incarcerated women and their children. 3/1-3/20
DELAVAN ART GALLERY, 501 W. Fayette St, 425.7500
Fifth Annual Exhibition and Fundraiser for Art Students exhibiting student work from three Syracuse School District Elementary Schools: Blodgett, Seymour Magnet and Solace. ; and at 6:30 PM, Mary Stanley leads conversation about Art Across Borders, which focuses on FLIP, a major annual literary and arts festival in Paraty, Brazil. How arts can be sustained by a community and drive community development. Hear about local involvement in this project linked to Ghana. Reception
EUREKA CRAFTS, 210 Walton St., 471.4601
In Like A Lion…Out Like A Lamb: Work by Fran Byrne ceramic animal sculpture including lions lambs and bunnies. Artist attending. Light refreshments. Till April 10.
Everson Museum of Art, 401 Harrison St., 474.6054
Artist Open: 7pm Video screenings by renowned local, national and international provocative and diverse artists; including Esther Probst, Pedestrian Lullaby; Shee, Fullness; Torry Mendoza, Reservation(s) and Kemosabe and others exploring cultural representation, travel and escape. On the Move. Paper Arts in the Low Countries and Images of Vice and Virtue. Till 5/25
Light Work/Robert B. Menschel Media Center, 316 Waverly Ave., 443.1300
5:30 pm Light Work Grant Portfolio Review: Hannah Frieser, director, and Laura Guth, assistant director, conduct portfolio reviews for potential Light Work Grant applicants. Will also discuss the Light Work Grant judging process for artists outside the Central New York area.
ONONDAGA HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION MUSEUM , 321 Montgomery St., 428.1864
Family Stories::Living the Arts and Crafts Life in Berkeley, California: Ann K.U.Tussing, guest of the Arts & Crafts Society of CNY, talks about her grandparents’ friendship with Bernard Maybeck, legendary Arts & Craft architect and designer. Also: Onondaga County on the Move: 200 Years of Transportation.
REDHOUSE /ROTHENBERG GALLERY, 201 S. West St., 425.0405
”Self, House, Self" Artwork by: Marion Wilson & Michael Burkard Reception Artists use the metaphor of “house” and “home.” After the reception there will be poetry reading by Michael Burkard to celebrate the release of his 10th book, Envelope Of Night.Runs till 4/13.
SPARK CONTEMPORARY ART SPACE, 1005 E. Fayette St.,
17th Annual Matrilineage Symposium Community Art Show. celebrates the accomplishments of women in art and activism. Artists present and discuss their work. Guest speakers include: the Guerrilla Girls, Carolee Schneemann, Vienna Teng, Tina Takemoto, Katherine Slusher, and Nina Katchadourian. Refreshments . Runs till 3/22
SUART GALLERIES, Schaffer Art Building, Syracuse University, 443.4097
Beloved Daughters Unites the Moksha (Heaven) and Ladli (Beloved Daughter) series,of photographer-activist Fazal Sheikh’s work about women in India. Runs till 3/30.
SYRACUSE TECHNOLOGY GARDEN, 235 Harrison St., 474.0910
Exhibition Featuring Paintings and Sculpture by Rachael Baldanza, Amber Blanding, Alex Betancourt, Anna, Cinquemani, Sally Dutko, Bob Rose, Helena Cooper, Jeanne Dupre, Peg Hewitt, Nicholas Ruth, Sylvia Steen, Joan Stier, Karen Tashkovski, Leigh Yardley, Louise Woodard, and members of the North Syracuse Art Guild.
THE WAREHOUSE GALLERY, 350 W. Fayette St., 443.6450
6:30-8pm, media opp to photograph audience/Warehouse Gallery constituents and interview Kids of Survival from Syracuse. Screening of “Kids of Survival: The Art and Life of Tim Rollins + K.O.S.,” an Emmy Award-winning documentary by Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller. Light refreshments. Bring your lawn chair or bean-bag for this event in the main gallery. King and Courage exhibition runs through 4/5.
THE WESTCOTT COMMUNITY ART GALLERY 826 Euclid Ave., 478.8634
Dream Time: Karen Tashkovski Mixed media paintings that depict the explosive dreams of the artist through the eyes of a cat. . Reception . Show runs: 3/1-4/5
YMCA GALLERY Y, Downtown YMCA, 2nd floor, 340 Montgomery St, 474.6851
The TV Dinner Series: monotypes by Mick Mather a local artist and printmaker. The best 25 poems and stories about TV Dinners will be displayed with the artwork, Artist and authors attending.
And in conjunction with Th3:
SYRACUSE CENTER FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN, CENTER FOR THE ARTS, 728-730 E. Genesee St. (contact Michael McAllister email@example.com 215.896.9217)
Change Your View - ACTIVATING PUBLIC SPACE : View final concept presen-tations 5-8pm 3/20 from a 3 day charrette to develop proposals for the Connective Corridor.
Th3 Venues Closed March 20 5-8pm: Onondaga Community College , Point of Contact Gallery, ThINC’s Company Gallery