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Th3 events for October announced
Third Thursday (Th3), a consortium of 20 Syracuse arts venues that coordinate free monthly visual arts events from 5-8 p.m. on the third Thursday of every month, has slated the following special events for this month’s Th3 (Oct. 20):
- ArtRage—The Norton Putter Gallery
505 Hawley Ave., 218-5711
“The Machine: The Art of Favianna Rodriguez”
- Art Shops at Delavan Center
501 W. Fayette St.
“Remembering the Man and His Art” is a celebratory presentation and exhibit honoring SU Professor Emeritus James Dwyer and his lifetime contributions to art and education. Produced by four of Dwyer’s friends and colleagues, the evening will include a brief program and exhibit of pieces of Dwyer’s art created over the years.
- Community Folk Art Center
805 E. Genesee St., 442-2230
“African Diasporan Treasures: 40 Years of Community Folk Art Center”
- Everson Museum of Art
401 Harrison St., 474-6064
“Margie Hughto: A Fired Landscape”
- Petit Branch Library
105 Victoria Place, 435-3636
- Point of Contact Gallery
914 E. Genesee St., 443-2169
“EDIFICE:” a collaborative installation by Mexican artists Gabriela Alva C. and Natalia Porter in response to the writing of Boston artist Andrew Witkin.
- Red House Arts Center
201 South West St., 425-0405
“Self-Expressed,” an exhibition by Central New York artist Mary Fragapane. Fragapane is best known for her enigmatic female figures that seek to capture the intangibles of joy, passion and the beauty of the human spirit. Working in an expressive style on un-gessoed canvas, she uses a layering process incorporating acrylic paints, chalk and oil pastels, pencil and water.
- SUArt Galleries
Shaffer Art Building, SU main campus, 443.4097
“Drawn to Paint: The Art of Jerome Witkin”
“Magnificent Obsession: Selections from the Hamilton Armstrong Collection of Prints”
“Art in the Detail: Photographs from the Syracuse University Art Collection”
“Building Blocks: Architectural Etchings from the Syracuse University Art Collection”
“Taking Measure: The American Landscape 1850-1955”
- SUNY Oswego Metro Center
The Atrium, Two Clinton Square, 399-4100
“My Mother Is …” features recent work by Amy Bartell and Cynthia Clabough, with special guest KayCie Simmons. Also featuring works in collaboration with Emma Bourque, Nate Bourque, Maddie Carlone, Alyssa Lunka, Aaron Roe and Sara Roe.
- Szozda Gallery
501 W. Fayette St.
“In The Abstract:” an exhibition featuring artists Roscha Folger, Linda Bigness, Lauren Bristol and Kwangpyo (Steve) Koh that offer insights into the realm of abstractionism in their works of mixed media, paintings, fiber art and hand carved sculptures.
- Urban Video Project
820 E. Genesee St. (Syracuse Stage) and 401 Harrison St. (Everson Museum):
Everson Museum UVP: Two videos by renowned artist Pae White: “Dying Oak/Elephant,” 2009, and “Ballerina (Wild Raspberry Bush),” 2009
Syracuse Stage UVP: Nathaniel Sullivan: “On the Way to the Theatre, We Egged a Trans-Am,” text-based LED animation on facade of Syracuse Stage
- The Warehouse Gallery
350 W. Fayette St., 443-6450
Music Performance by Mouth’s Cradle: 7 p.m., in conjunction with the exhibition: Colorfornia: New Forms in West Coast Street Art: Apex, Chor Boogie and Jet Martinez (through Oct. 29)
Also on view: “Oscar Garces: Transcendence” (through Oct. 29), and “The American Look: Fashion and Furnishings of the Arts and Crafts Era.”
- Westcott Community Art Gallery
826 Euclid Ave., 478-8634
The gallery has been transformed with murals—the walls of the gallery space in dialogue with the artwork in the exhibit! “Aphotic Ardor” by Kristie Hayes-Beaulieu
- XL Projects
307-313 S. Clinton St., 443-8070
“CU students at SU:” An exhibition that showcases the high standards and diversity of work achieved by current undergraduate and graduate art students at Colgate and Syracuse universities.
Panel discussion and reception Thurs, Oct. 20, 6-8 p.m.
- YMCA GallerY
Second floor, 340 Montgomery St., 474-6851 x328
“Whereas I Took the Butterfly: New Paintings by Deloss McGraw”