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Next Th3 scheduled Nov. 17
Th3 (The Third Thursday) is a consortium of 21 Syracuse arts venues that coordinate free monthly visual arts events from 5-8 p.m. on the third Thursday of every month.
Community Folk Art Center
805 E. Genesee St., 442-2230
6:30-8 p.m: CFAC’s Journey through the music of the African Diaspora features AAS faculty member and artist Paul Steinbeck, joined by Myles Tate III and Lawrence Leathers for a concert of jazz, blues and gospel music.
Everson Museum of Art
401 Harrison St., 474-6064
Gallery Talk with Margie Hughto, 6 p.m.
Ceramic artist Hughto, will talk about the process and themes in her installation “A Fired Landscape. “
Light Work/Robert B. Menschel Media Center
316 Waverly Ave., 443-1300
Exhibition on view: “VisualBooks,” featuring work by Scott McCarney
The Link Gallery @ The Warehouse/ PAL Project
350 W. Fayette St.
Gallery reception: 5-7 p.m. for the exhibition “ Projects from P.E.A.C.E. Inc. Near West Side”
Petit Branch Library
105 Victoria Place, 435-3636
“Creative Crossings” features artwork of Arthur Brangman’s students, including mixed media landscapes, still-life, portraits and abstracts. The group chose the title “Creative Crossings” because they felt that a crossing must be made in order to heal both mentally and spiritually.
Point of Contact Gallery
914 E. Genesee St., 443-2169
Opening reception for “Spanglish,” an exhibition of drawings, collage, photography and video by New York City artist Celeste Fichter. “Spanglish” is a project made specifically for the Point of Contact Gallery by Fichter, based on Point of Contact’s work in contemporary verbal and visual arts, and the artist’s understanding and misunderstanding of the Spanish language.
Shaffer Art Building, Syracuse University, 443-4097
5 p.m.: “An Evening with Robert Stackhouse and Carol Mickett,” Slocum Auditorium, Slocum Hall, SU main campus. Featured exhibition on view: “Sources and Structures: The Art of Robert Stackhouse”
SUNY Oswego Metro Center
The Atrium, Two Clinton Square, Syracuse, 399-4100
Exhibitions on view: Gallery A, “Ephemera,” features photography by James Russell. Gallery B, “Emerging,” features paintings by Michelle Bennett
501 Fayette St.
“Nature Inspired,” an exhibition featuring painter C. Wilkinson and husband, potter Bruce Thomas.
Exhibition features Thomas’ porcelain and stoneware which is often enhanced by Wilkinson’s delicate carvings and sculptural additions. Paintings include encaustics, acrylics and mixed media of nature studies that Wilkinson referenced from Thomas’ photography.
Urban Video Project
401 Harrison St. (Everson Museum)
820 E. Genesee St. (Syracuse Stage)
- Everson Museum UVP: Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, “Always After (the Glass House),” 2006
- Syracuse Stage UVP: Jenny Holzer, “For Syracuse,” 2010
The Warehouse Gallery
350 W. Fayette St, 443-6450
Opening Reception: 6-8 p.m.; remarks at 7 p.m., followed by an introduction by Beate Reifenscheid, director, Museum Ludwig, Koblenz, Germany. The artists will be present.Exhibitions on view:
“Deng Guo Yuan” (main gallery)
“Black Night/White Night” by Elisabeth Meyer (Window Projects at The Warehouse Gallery, viewable 24/7 on Fayette Street)
Westcott Community Art Gallery
826 Euclid Ave., 478-8634
Exhibition on view: “Aphotic Ardor” by Kristie Hayes-Beaulieu
Also view a sneak preview in one of the gallery rooms of Hayes-Beaulieu’s X-ray-inspired work that will be on display at the SUNY Health Science Center in December.
307-313 South Clinton St., 443-8070
6-8pm: gallery reception for “CU@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.
2nd floor, 340 Montgomery St., 474-6851 x328.
Exhibition on view: “Whereas I Took the Butterfly: New Paintings” by Deloss McGraw