has been memorialized by local art lovers since his passing in 2002.
The artist was a mainstay at the Syracuse University School of Arts,
having spent nine years on faculty, and having been responsible for
creating the school’s foundry and sculpture programs. Now the Everson Museum of Art,
401 Harrison St., will permanently remember Mack after having acquired
two of his works, “Cosimo Canto,” a 1996 Mack drawing, and “Untitled,”
a 1969 bronze sculpture. You’ll have a chance to check out the two Mack
pieces Tuesdays through Fridays and on Sundays, noon to 5 p.m., and
Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the gallery’s normal hours of operation.
Admission is free; however a $5 donation is requested. For more
information, call 474-6064.