September – November 2016
Tyler Art Gallery @ Oswego State Downtown Presents “Found Objects”, New Works & Reinventions by Jacqueline Adamo
In this exhibition, Jackie Adamo explores her love of fiber, handwork, knitting, crocheting and found materials. She is a painter, who uses painterly techniques to create her mixed media compositions. She combines industrial materials including rope, twine, and wire with varieties of textured cloth, paper and natural materials like bone and wood. Many of the materials used began a life as something else, and have been reclaimed, reformed, repurposed here in these intricate, layered pieces.
September 9 – October 28, 2016
Artist’s Reception: Friday, September 9, 5 – 7pm.
Downtown Artists Series: 6pm, Friday, Sept 9
Artist’s Talk: Jackie Adamo
Poet: Lucki Cooper, Creative Writing Major
Designer: Amanda Adams, Art Major
Oswego State Downtown Gallery Hours:
Wednesday: 12pm – 5pm
Thursday: 10am – 6pm
Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 5pm
Sunday – Tuesday: Closed
October 4 –October 30, 2016: Restart
Reception, Friday, October 21st, 5-7pm
Artists from around the US show recent work on the topic of “new beginnings and fresh starts” in celebration of the recent renovation of Tyler Hall and Tyler Art Gallery. Also contains work created by local high school students working with Oswego MAT program students, teachers and their mentor teachers. “Whether representing the world of nature, the body, or the urban landscape, or exploring abstract, inner states of being, among other subjects, the works on view provide fresh perspectives on contemporary life. Restart, or the act of beginning anew, sets a progressive course for exhibitions at the Tyler Art Gallery” states guest juror Helaine Posner, Chief Curator Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York.
Tyler Art Gallery Fall Exhibits
Tyler Hall, SUNY Oswego
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 4pm
Closed Mondays and School Holidays
Michael Flanagan, Gallery Director
“There’s No Place Like Home.” –Dorothy Gale
THE WIZARD OF OZ
L. Frank Baum’s classic and timeless tale of Dorothy Gale, the Scarecrow, the Tinman and the Cowardly Lion’s search for what lies over the rainbow in The Wizard of Oz (RSC) re-opens our renovated Waterman Theatre. Featuring the songs we love to hear- Over The Rainbow, Munchkinland (Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead), If I Only Had A Brain, If I Only Had A Heart, If I Only Had The Nerve, We’re Off To See The Wizard (Follow The Yellow Brick Road), The Jitterbug, and The Merry Old Land of Oz.
Director Jonel Langenfeld sets Dorothy’s adventure along the train tracks of Midwest and turns up the beat with a steam punk bent. Adapted by John Kane for the Royal Shakespeare Company. Based upon the Classic Motion Picture owned by Turner Entertainment Co. and distributed in all media by Warner Bros.
In the Planetarium show Back to the Moon & On to Mars, Dr. Roby reviews the Apollo Moon Program and previews NASA’s new 3-stage plan to take humans to Mars. Includes a full-dome video about the Google Lunar Xprize to land a privately funded robot on the Moon.
Limited seating: first-come, first-served. Children 17 and under must be accompanied by and adult,
Free, including parking in the Centennial Drive lot (E17) or Washington Boulevard lot (C8).
Talk by Jericho Brown, Poet
Jericho Brown is a poet whose poems have appeared in The New Republic, The New Yorker, and The Best American Poetry. His first book Please (2008) won the American Book Award, and his second book, The New Testament (2014) was named one of the best books of the year by Library Journal, Coldfront and the Academy of American Poets.
In 1944 Spain young Ofelia (Ivana Baquero) and her ailing mother (Ariadna Gil) arrive at the post of her mother’s new husband (Sergi López), a sadistic army officer who is trying to quell a guerrilla uprising. While exploring an ancient maze, Ofelia encounters the faun Pan, who tells her that she is a legendary lost princess and must complete three dangerous tasks in order to claim immortality.
The film is in Spanish with English Subtitles
This is an IST Approved
The Media Summit is an annual event hosted by SUNY Oswego’s School of Communication, Media and the Arts (SCMA). It was founded in 2005 by alumni Lou Borrelli and Al Roker.
This year, the theme is “Digital, Social, Mobile: How Media Trends Impact, Theatre, Music and Art.” The event will unite the school of SCMA bringing in panelists with varying backgrounds in television, art and music. The discussion will be moderated by Sean McAllister ‘01, executive producer and co-host of two entertainment programs for Las Vegas’s FOX affiliate, KVVU.
• George “Nick” Gianopoulos ’07 — Los Angeles-based composer
• Diana Preisler ’96 — Star of Lifetime Television’s reality series “Pitch Slapped”
• Mya Brown — Actress, VAP at SUNY Oswego
• Michael Yoon ‘00 — Graphic Artist & Communication Specialist, Princeton University
Doors open at 2:30PM, but you are highly advised to arrive early as seats will fill up quickly.
Following the panel, there will be a Career Connectors discussion and networking opportunity with recent alumni from the college. This will begin at 4:30 p.m. in the Hewitt Ballroom.
For more information on the Career Connectors panel and the Media Summit, go to mediasummit.org and follow the conversation on social media with #OzMediaSummit.
Willson states: “These pictures were made within walking distance of my home in Fayetteville, New York, a suburb of Syracuse. I imagine my neighborhood is similar to thousands of suburbs around the world, so perhaps my meanderings will have some value for others. The presence of Henry David Thoreau, who detailed his neighborhood in Walden, is always with me. I’m also returning to my roots: the first roll of film I shot, 35 years ago, was taken while delivering newspapers on foot near my home in Cayuga Heights, a suburb of Ithaca, New York.
I have always been drawn to places where the natural world intersects with the manmade, so the suburb is perfect for me. I certainly enjoy the national parks in the US, and take joy in the majesty of a sunrise. But it seems more important to me to find inspiration in a thin layer of snow covering blacktop, a telephone pole, a wooden fence and some vinyl siding. These are my surroundings and I insist on creating images of them that intrigue me.”
Willson Cummer is a fine-art photographer, curator and teacher who lives near Syracuse, New York. He has exhibited nationally in juried shows; his first solo NYC show was at OK Harris. He is a New York Foundation for the Arts MARK Alumnus. He publishes the blog “New Landscape Photography”. His work explores humanity’s place in the environment. You can preview his Parking Garages book on the Blurb website. Willson’s limited-edition prints are for sale in Central New York at the Gandee Gallery of Fabius. The Pierogi gallery, in Brooklyn, also carries Willson’s work, as does the online gallery CoEdit Collection.
Metro Center Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Evenings and Weekends: Variable (please call for hours)
Talk by Rick Jacobs, Film & TV Producer and SUNY Oswego Alum
Rick’s work has taken him to London, Paris and Stockholm. As a theatre director and playwright, he has staged productions in London theatres, including the Cole Porter musical High Society in the West End. Currently Rick works as a film and television producer, with his latest show, Tareq Taylor’s Nordic Cookery airing in 122 countries in North America, Europe, Africa and Australasia.
Butterfly’s Tongue is a story about a young boy, Moncho, who lives in a Spanish town nearing a civil war, and his relationship with his teacher, Don Gregorio, who teaches Moncho to love learning. Don Gregorio also builds a special relationship with Moncho’s father, who is a Republican like him.
Soon fascists take control of the town, rounding up known Republicans, including Don Gregorio, and Moncho faces the dilemma of how to tell his teacher he cares about what’s happening to him while trying to protect his father.