The Syracuse Camera Club, founded in 1886 & one of the oldest camera clubs in the U.S., will present its annual exhibition of members' works in our Gallery during ...More
COLLECTORSFEST Sports Memorabilia, ...More
The Longyear Museum of Anthropology announces a new student-curated exhibition, Earth to Fire: Pottery Technologies Around the WorldMore
Realism and ...More
Art exhibit by Terry McMaster. The show includes acrylic paintings, photographs, and mixed media illustrating similarities between the Celtic design tradition and Mr. McMaster's artwork.More
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The collection consists of watercolor paintings, in a traditional style, of landscapes, still life and people and will be on display ...
Artist talk, followed by a free reception. Learn how art, science, and genealogy are connected in this talk by Terry McMaster, Maxwell Library's artist of the month. Mr. McMaster will ...More
Earl Dotter began his photographic career after completing his studies at the School ...More
“Feel, Don’t Touch” will exhibits the work of nine Hamilton College senior art majors: Maraina Adams, Carol Chao, Merisa Dion, Max Freedman, Julie Lin, Araseli Mendez, ...More
“Feel, Don’t Touch” exhibits the work of nine Hamilton College senior art majors: Maraina Adams, Carol Chao, Merisa Dion, Max Freedman, Julie Lin, Araseli Mendez, Minh ...More
Roger DeMuth- Syracuse University illustration professor exhibits his watercolor and ink paintings, Naomi DeMuth displays her sculptural ceramic forms, and Susan Machamer shows her hand crafted jewelry. Artists' reception ...More
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The Earlville Opera House is thrilled to announce the opening reception for three new exhibitions on Saturday May 6 ...More
Stop by to meet Angelica Clark, the artist of the month at Petit Branch Library. Her exhibition titled Layers, channels feelings, complexity and layering of everyday life into her paintings.More