ArtRage: The Norton Putter Gallery

505 Hawley Avenue Syracuse, NY

GALLERY CLOSED for exhibition UNTIL APRIL 8th.

ArtRage is no ordinary gallery.

We are committed to breaking down the art world’s boundaries about who is welcome. We believe that everyone has the right to art and that art is essential to building an open, just world. Our vision for change is one that creates a community of open-minded, tolerant individuals with an appreciation for the inclusion of art in everyday life. We offer the community an experience that encourages the breakdown of boundaries so that people can see themselves in the work and then in one another. We exhibit art that cultivates critical thinking skills; leading to question the power structures that exist in our society and to imagine other ways of life.

That, we believe, is the seed of a movement for cultural and social change.

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1984 – Benefit Screening at ArtRage

April 4, 20176:30 pmto8:30 pm


$10 Admission – General Seating
Limited Seating- Remaining Tickets will be for sale at the door.

On April 4, 2017, 140 art house movie theaters across the country in 124 cities and in 41 states, plus four locations in Canada, will be participating collectively in a NATIONAL EVENT DAY screening of the 80’s movie 1984 starring John Hurt, who sadly died in January. This date was chosen because it’s the day George Orwell’s protagonist Winston Smith begins rebelling against his oppressive government by keeping a forbidden diary. These theaters owners also strongly believe in supporting the National Endowment for the Arts and see any attempt to scuttle that program as an attack on free speech and creative expression through entertainment. This event provides a chance for communities around the country to show their unity and have their voices heard.

ArtRage Gallery is proud to be among those participating in this protest event. We will donate a portion of the proceeds to the local groups: New Feminists for Justice and CNY Solidarity and encourage you to attend and bring friends!

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AT ALL COSTS: Photographs of American Workers by Earl Dotter

April 8, 2017toMay 20, 2017


Opening Reception Saturday, April 8 at 7pm

Earl Dotter has been photographing American workers on the job for over forty years. Beginning in the Appalachian coalfields in the early 1970’s and continuing to the present, he has put a human face on those who labor, often in dangerous and unhealthy conditions. In 2007, Dotter’s Coal Mining Series was added to the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC. The Occupational Health Clinical Center of Syracuse is the primary collaborator on this exhibition, and much of the work in the exhibition comes from their private collection.

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Call for Art – SEEN & HEARD

March 9, 2017 2:00 pmtoMay 1, 2017 11:00 pm

Call for Artists

ArtRage Gallery – Call for Art – SEEN & HEARD:
At the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage

ArtRage Gallery is seeking submissions by women-identified artists of
Central New York whose work addresses issues facing women in 2017.

Submission Deadline: May 1, 2017. (Exhibition dates: September 9- October 21, 2017)

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2016-17 Sponsors

The ArtRage Gallery and the CORA Foundation
extends our sincere appreciation
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The Left Tilt Fund
Walter Putter & Marilyn Smith
Donald Blair & Nancy Dock, Chana Bursztyn, Dik Cool, Annemarie Deegan,
Therese A. Deegan, Kathy Flack, Bob Gates & Deborah Welsh, Joyce Homan,
Sandra Hurd & Joel Potash,  Ann Jamison, Mary Kuhn & Dave Thomas,
Anthony Malavenda & Martine Burat, Lauren & Walter Melnikow,
Fred & Diane Murphy, Shirley & Larry Novak, Wendy Ramsay, Dene Sarason, 
Robert Sarason & Jane Burkhead, George Savage, Vince Sgambati, 
Laurie Gilmore Selleck, Tupper Property Management,
Jeff Unaitis, Ron Van Norstrand and Amy Zamkoff
Bousquet Holstein, PLLC

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Democratizing Knowledge/Mellon Summer Institute

and to our Supporting Sponsor:Syracuse Cultural Workers