ARTS @ Oswego

April – November 2014

Apr
26
Sat
Art Exhibition: Graphic Flash 3 @ Oswego State Downtown, 186 West First Street - See Below for Days & Hours
Apr 26 – May 17 all-day

A piece from the show by graphic design major Sam Castaldo

A piece from the show by graphic design major Sam Castaldo

Art Exhibition: Graphic Flash 3
Students from Amy Bartell’s advanced graphics class illustrate the flash fiction of writers from Leigh Wilson’s advanced fiction writing course; the collaborations range from micro-stories to illustrations to three-minute films.
Oswego State Downtown, 186 West First Street (at the corner of West Bridge & West First Streets).
Phone: 315-216-4985
Hours:
Noon – 5 PM, Wednesdays
10 AM – 6 PM, Thursdays
10 AM – 5 PM, Fridays
11 AM – 5 PM, Saturdays
For more information about this and other SUNY Oswego art exhibitions, contact Tyler Art Gallery, 315-312-2112.

May
2
Fri
Spring BFA Exhibits @ Tyler Hall Galleries
May 2 @ 11:30 am – May 17 @ 3:00 pm

unnamed-1Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Exhibits
Tyler Art Gallery

BA candidates (pursuing multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary studies in majors in addition to art) and BFA candidates (focusing on the studio art or graphic design program) display their work. As well as a large variety of artistic media, this exhibit features a great range of imagery, artistic concerns and an explorative attitude.

Tyler Art Gallery Hours: 11:30 AM-3:00 PM, Tuesday-Saturday

May
9
Fri
Third Annual “On My Own Time” Art Exhibit
May 9 @ 9:15 am – May 30 @ 10:15 am

Penfield staff librarian Andrea Ross views pieces from last year's show.

Penfield staff librarian Andrea Ross views pieces from last year’s show.

“On My Own Time”
Penfield Library
RECEPTION: Friday, May 9 @ 5 PM, Penfield’s Lake Effect Cafe

This is the third annual exhibit of works by non-professional artists among the college’s faculty and staff. Judges professionally involved in the arts adjudicate the exhibition. The Everson Museum of Art includes selected pieces from the college’s exhibit in their fall regional On My Own Time show.

Jul
19
Sat
Art Exhibit: “Metamorphosis” @ Oswego State Downtown, 186 West First Street - See Below for Days & Hours
Jul 19 – Sep 6 all-day

Art Exhibit: Metamorphosis
July 19-September 6
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 19th • 2-4 PM

Oswego State Downtown
Wednesday, Noon to 5 PM
Thursday, 10 AM to 6 PM
Friday, 10 AM to 5 PM (Closed July 4)
Saturday, 11 AM to 5 PM

Sep
5
Fri
Tyler Art Gallery Exhibits, Fall 2014 @ See Below for Locations, Dates, Times
Sep 5 – Jan 24 all-day

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Tyler Art Gallery @ Penfield Library will have extended hours for the 2014-15 year:
Tuesday – Sunday, 10 AM – 4 PM

Oct
13
Mon
Visiting Artist Edward V. Kelley @ SUNY Oswego Campus
Oct 13 – Oct 16 all-day

Edward Kelley Bell Tower

Monday, October 13
Sculptor Edward Kelley of Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, engages campus and community interest as his 10-foot-tall sculpture “Bell Tower”, featuring a ringable cow bell, joins five other large pieces in a grove of maples near the Marano Campus Center for a two-year exhibition.

Other artists whose works grace the triangular site are Drew Goerlitz of Plattsburgh with “Questioning State”; Bob Turan of Earlton with “Pileated Woodpecker Totem”; miChelle Vara of Wilton with “Life”; Coral Lambert of SUNY Alfred with “Shape Shifters”; and Eric Stein of Huguenot with “Cutter”.

Wednesday, October 15
Talk by Kelley, Lanigan 103 • 6 PM

Iron Pour at Dry Ice Factory

Thursday, October 16 • 6-9 PM
Kelley conducts an outdoor molten-iron pour with students between Oneida Hall and the Village.
Parking is available by Romney Field House (lot EC-7); shuttles run every 15 minutes between the lot and the pour location.

See Campus Map

Oct
16
Thu
Visiting Artists Series: Iron Pour Demonstration @ Lawn Adjacent to Oneida Hall
Oct 16 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Iron Pour at Dry Ice Factory

Iron Pour at Dry Ice Factory
                     (Photos by Hugh Graham)

Artist Edward Kelley of Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, demonstrates the fiery skill used by sculptors working with ferrous metals.

The free public molten-iron pour takes place well away from buildings on a portion of lawn adjacent to Oneida Hall, along the Iroquois Trail ring road.

Parking is available by Romney Field House (lot EC-7); shuttles run every 15 minutes between the lot and the pour location.
See Campus Map

Oct
27
Mon
Talk: Alida Perez on Mayan Textiles, Weaving & Styles @ Room 255, Marano Campus Center
Oct 27 @ 2:40 pm – 2:45 pm

Alida Perez

Noted authority Alida Perez speaks on Mayan textiles, weaving and styles.
Sponsored by Department of Modern Languages & Literatures.

Alida Perez, a member of the Kakchikel Maya clan from San Antonio Aguas Calientes in Guatemala, is an advocate for the Maya people. Her accomplishments include the creation of Artisanos Unidos, a program that promotes indigenous craft and creates a market for them in the global economy. In addition, she founded the Museo Casa del Tajido Antiquo, in Antigua, Guatemala. The museum’s main focus is on the education of weaving practices, techniques, history and various styles employed by Maya artisans.

Free; parking for those without a campus parking sticker is $1 — see Parking

Nov
13
Thu
Visiting Artist Series Lecture: Nate Larson @ Room 106, Lanigan Hall
Nov 13 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

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Art Department Visiting Artist Series Presents
A Lecture by Nate Larson

Nate Larson is one half of a collaborative artistic duo with Marni Shindelman. Using location coordinates of posts made by users of Twitter, Larson and Shindleman go to the places where each “tweet” originated and make a photograph of what they find there.

We use publicly available embedded GPS information in Twitter updates to track the locations of user posts and make photographs to mark the location in the real world. Each of these photographs is taken on the site of the update and paired with the originating text. Our act of making a photograph anchors and memorializes the ephemeral online data in the real world and also probes the expectations of privacy surrounding social networks.

As a society, we strive for means to abate a loneliness that seems exasperated by an increasingly overly connected culture. Cell phones and instant messaging have simultaneously made us more connected virtually and lonelier than ever

Nate Larson Website
This program is supported by ARTSwego, the Art Department and Tyler Art Gallery

Nov
14
Fri
Visiting Artist Series Workshop: Nate Larson, “Geotagging the Omissions” @ Hewitt 213
Nov 14 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

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Art Department Visiting Artist Series Presents
Nate Larson: Geotagging the Omissions

This Geotagging the Omissions workshop empowers participants to create and upload photographic documentation of overlooked communities to Google maps, building a public document of the community from within. This workshop empowers communities to define their own online identities, ponder the ghostly data trails that we leave behind, and to interrogate the nature of privacy in the digital age. All are invited to participate. Participants should bring their smartphones; for those who don’t have smartphones, digital cameras may be used. Also, guests without either device, or not interested in participating in the workshop, may join us.
Nate Larson Website

This program is supported by ARTSwego, the Art Department and Tyler Art Gallery.