October 2015 – April 2016
October 30th, 2015-January 8th, 2016
Reception and Artist Talk, November 13th, 5-7pm
Carolyn Sheedy Mazzucca creates unique works of paper utilizing western papermaking in a fluid painterly manner. She gathers inspiration from forgotten industrial landscapes of North America. She states: “I wish to establish a link to the inner timeless moments, the remnants of experience through time, use and wear. Whether one sees marks on a subway wall or a midwestern grain silo, these parts form an introduction into the lives that move across these surfaces. Sometimes merely brushing up against momentarily, sometimes distilling like a constant drone like a locust.”
Tyler Art Gallery @ Oswego State Downtown
186 West 1st Street, Oswego, NY 13126 • (315) 216-4985
Open Year-Round Wednesday-Saturday except New Years Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving and Christmas
Sunday -Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 12pm – 5pm
Thursday: 10am – 6pm
Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 5pm
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October 30th, 2015-January 15th, 2016
Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Friday, October 30th, 5:30-7:30pm, Artist Talk: 6:30pm
Struggling in Sand is the response of one artist’s current disposition concerning living in the Middle East. Many miles from the rolling hills of her New York hometown, Alesha M. Hall has encountered many dazzling and discomforting things. Redefining her home and family leaves her stuck in a constant state of doubt, which is amplified by the engaging and fleeting connections with other expats. Her self-portraits and digital illustrations depict the inner dialogue she struggles to understand each day.
SUNY Oswego Metro Center Art Gallery:
2 Clinton Square, Syracuse, NY 13202 • (315) 399-4100
Monday-Friday: 8:00 am-4:30 pm
Evenings and Weekends: Variable (Please call for hours)
Closed New Years Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, and Christmas
SUNY Oswego Bachelor of Art/Bachelor of Fine Art Student Exhibitions
Reception: Friday, December 4th, 5-7pm
This annual exhibition recognizes culminating efforts by graduating Oswego Bachelor of Art and Bachelor of Fine Art students. At this stage of development, young artists are, not surprisingly, willing to take creative risks leading to some exciting and provocative artwork.
Art Gallery @ Penfield Hours: Fall 2015
Tuesday-Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday: 10:30am – 4pm
Sunday: 11:30am – 4pm
Closed Mondays and School Holidays
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the gallery will be closed November 25-29.
It will also be closed Monday, December 1
Pre-Concert Talk: 7:00 PM
Host: Ahreum Kim
The Afiara Quartet is a dynamic ensemble, described as “a revelation” (La Presse) with performances balancing “intensity and commitment” with “frequent moments of tenderness” (Montreal Gazette). After residencies at The Juilliard School and San Francisco State University, the Afiara is Fellowship Quartet at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto– embracing their role as ambassadors for the genre in the 21st century.
“Quicksilver and delicate…electric and filled with sentiment…”
–San Jose Mercury News
“Moments of sheer transcendent beauty abounded from both the music and the musicians.”
–Seen and Heard International (Montreal Chamber Music Festival review)
Pre-Concert Talk: 7:00 PM
Host: Eric Schmitz
One of contemporary jazz’s most respected and accomplished players, Larry Grenadier provides his trademark upright bass work for the bands of pianist, Brad Mehldau and guitarist, Pat Metheny. In a distinguished recording career, he has performed with many other jazz luminaries. Joined by the Oswego Jazz Project, Grenadier showcases the tone and creative curiosity that keep him in demand.
Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Sam Green presents his multi-media homage to the visionary architect, engineer and philosopher of sustainability, Buckminster Fuller. Accompanied live on stage by legendary indie band, Yo La Tengo, Green weaves video from Fuller’s extraordinary life into an engaging evening of “live cinema”.
The documentary project premiered at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and has played at creative venues and festivals from The Kitchen in New York City to the Barbican in London.
“…a movie being born as you see it and hear it – as alive as music.” Writer, historian & activist Rebecca Solnit
Pre-Concert Talk:7:00 PM
Host: Robert Auler
First Prize winners at the International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition at Carnegie Hall, Duo Parnas soon earned raves in The New York Times, which cited their “electrifying reading,” “lush tone,” and “pinpoint precision.” Presenting exciting and technically flawless performances, the duo is a collaboration of musical sisters– violinist Madalyn Parnas and cellist, Cicely Parnas.
“The duo parnas…gave the piece an electrifying reading, couching it in a lush tone and executing its complex interplay with pinpoint precision.”
–Allan Kozinn, The New York Times