ArtRage: The Norton Putter Gallery

505 Hawley Avenue Syracuse, NY


PEOPLE WHO CAME TO MY HOUSE: Portraits by Syracuse Area Photographers

April 9, 2016toMay 21, 2016

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Henninger High School: Inside Out

May 5, 2016toMay 31, 2016

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In a project inspired by our exhibition “People Who Came to My House” Henninger High School students photographed and interviewed the non-teaching staff members of their school. These are the people who students often have little opportunity to interact with yet without them, the school would not run.

Students in Ms. Rombel’s and Ms. Lizzio’s art classes worked with teaching- artist and professional photographer Marilu Lopez-Fretts to create this exhibition.CNYArtslogo

This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by CNY Arts.

IN POOR TASTE: The Genetically Modified Foods Kitchen

June 4, 2016toJuly 16, 2016

© Christine Chin

SATURDAY, JUNE 4th from 7-9pm

Created by Christine Chin, The Genetically Modified Foods Kitchen explores the controversial technology that allows us to transfer genes between species. Part human and part vegetable, Chin’s Vegetable Human Hybrids make visible the usually invisible process of genetic modification.  In the familiar context of a cookbook and a cooking show, these creations bring concerns about the ethics and politics of biotechnology into the domestic space. Playing with both humor and the grotesque, Chin’s photographs encourage people to consider how technology affects our society and our dinner plates.

Christine Chin is an artist whose work makes ironic commentary on contemporary issues of technology and the environment. She has addressed artificial intelligence, healthcare and alternative energy. She has exhibited at the New York Hall of Science, Art Basel Miami, and Canon Communication Space, Beijing. She has an MFA in Photography from the University of New Mexico and teaches in the Department of Art and Architecture at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.

Funding for this project has been made possible in part by:

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Kathryn Davis,  Therese Deegan, Margrit Diehl, Lynn Fallon & Greg Daily,
John Fitzsimmons, Barbara & Barry Gordon, Bruce Grannan,
Dr. Marianna Kaufman, Nancy & Bruce McCoy,
Donna & Phil Muhs-McCarten, Shirley & Larry Novak,
Carole Resnick and Gail Sustare


Kathy Barry & Brian Caufield, Donald Blair & Nancy Dock, John & Dolores Brule,
Chana Bursztyn, Dik Cool, Annemarie Deegan, David & Jeanne Holstein,
The Holtz Family Fund, Sandra Hurd & Joel Potash, Ann Jamison,
Mary Kuhn, Joe Leonard, Walter & Lauren Melnikow, Fred & Diane Murphy,
Dene Sarason, Robert Sarason & Jane Burkhead, George Savage,
Laurie Gilmore Selleck, Cindy Seymour & Laura Serway,
Tupper Property Management, Jeff Unaitis, Ron Van Norstrand,
Amy Zamkoff and Anonymous

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