ArtRage: The Norton Putter Gallery

505 Hawley Avenue Syracuse, NY

ArtRage Gallery has ended it’s 6th exhibition season and will be closed until September 6th. See you then!

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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September 6, 2014 12:00 pmtoOctober 18, 2014 4:00 pm
Design credit 2014 Laurie Gilmore Selleck

Opening Reception Saturday, September 6th from 7-9pm

G.C.C. is the first juried exhibition hosted by the ArtRage Gallery! The submission process was open to all contemporary artists, including Central New York artists, who are creating work that fits the ArtRage mission to inspire resistance, promote social awareness, support social justice, challenge preconceptions, and encourage cultural change.   The result is an exhibition of the work of 24 artists, one-third of whom are from Central New York, that reveals their diverse talent and demonstrates the range of social and environmental issues that concern many of today’s artists. The exhibition had three jurors: Mary Murray, the curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Munson-Williams Proctor Arts Institute; Debora Ryan, an independent curator whose more than two decades of museum experience include 13 years as the curator at the Everson Museum of Art; and Rose Viviano, ArtRage Gallery’s curator and director.

Exhibiting Artists:

Ben Altman, Marlena Buczek Smith, Christine Chin, Paula Everitt, Justyne Fischer, Aaron Greiner, Kathe A. Harrington, Ruth A. Keitz, Mollie Kellogg, Robert Knight, Stephen Koharian, Pam McLaughlin, Richard Meyer, Bobbette M. Morgan, Andrew Oritz, Paul W. Pearce, Jim Ridlon, Elizabeth S. Riker, Stone Riley, Debra Roach, Justin Wayne Shaw, James Skvarch and Katelyn Tudi.

Exhibition Sponsors: John & Dolores Brule, Barry & Barbara Gordon, Wendy Harris, Barb Kobritz, Deirdre Neilen, George Savage, Ellen Schwartz, Mary Slecta, Gail Sustare, Ann Tiffany & Ed Kinane and Anita Welych

Season Sponsors: Brian Caufield & Kathy Barry, Annemarie Deegan, Ann Jamison, Walter Putter & Marilyn Smith, Tupper Property Management, Amy Zamkoff

Become an exhibition sponsor!
A donation of $100 lists you as an exhibition sponsor.
$500 sponsors the entire season!

2014-15 Sponsors

The ArtRage Gallery and the CORA Foundation
extends our sincere appreciation to our Sustaining Sponsors:
and to our Season Sponsors:
Kathy Barry & Brian Caufield, Annemarie Deegan, Ann Jamison,
Mary Kuhn, Walter Putter & Marilyn Smith, Robert Sarason & Jane Burkhead,
Ben Tupper, Jeff Unaitis and Amy Zamkoff
for sponsoring our entire 2014-15 exhibition season!


HOURS: W., Th., F. 2-7pm & Sat. 12-4pm

PosterWorks at the ArtRage gallery is devoted to providing income for the operation of the gallery space. Every purchase from our large stock of posters, cards, T-shirts, DVD’s and books helps us pay for exhibits, rent and utilities! Located inside the gallery, at 505 Hawley Avenue, PosterWorks carries over 100 posters in stock and offers a selection of exhibit related materials for sale. Come and see the largest viewable collection of Syracuse Cultural Workers posters available anywhere in the U.S! Framed versions, at very reasonable prices, are also available for many posters.


DRONES – A better way to kill?

October 24, 20127:00 pmto9:00 pm

Drones and Report back from Pakistan

Civilians are killed by US drone strikes in Pakistan every year despite the fact that these two countries are not at war with each other. Members of the Upstate NY Coalition to Ground the Drones & End the Wars traveled to Pakistan as part of a peace delegation in early October. One member of the delegation, Judy Bello, will show slides and share stories about her experiences.

Free to the Public. Sponsored by the Syracuse Peace Council.