1. DISCORD & DISSENT: Commentary on Contemporary Politics by Jim Ridlon

    June 2, 2018 to July 13, 2018

    “Budget Cutters” by Jim Ridlon This collection of assemblages by Cazenovia, New York artist Jim Ridlon represents visual puns reflecting on the inadequacies and inconsistencies of our political systems. The work focuses on points of contention that establish party lines and inhibit the political process….

  1. INVISIBLE PEOPLE: The Art of Neil Shigley

    September 8, 2018 to October 27, 2018

    San Diego based artist Neil Shigley’s work explores the subject of homelessness by giving visibility to homeless individuals through large-scale portraits. “I have focused my art on capturing the incredible character that life on the streets has given these individuals, many of whom are from…

  2. STITCHING STORIES: Thread, Needle, Narrative. The Quilts of Ellen M. Blalock

    November 10, 2018 to January 12, 2019

    Syracuse artist Ellen M. Blalock is an accomplished multi-disciplinary artist who is best known for her photography, video and fiber art. The exhibit will include a broad array of her quilting work from the past 20 years and aims to include two new quilts that…

  3. KOKOM LENA of the First Nation Algonquin. The Photographs of Michael Greenlar

    February 2, 2019 to March 23, 2019

    Syracuse photographer Michael Greenlar documented four generations of Algonquins in the bush of Quebec, Canada for almost 20 years. The work focuses on the matriarch Lena Nottaway and the knowledge she passed on through her 15 children. Lena taught Kokomville how to utilize every element…

  4. FROM GODS TO SOCIAL JUSTICE: Indian Folk Artists Challenging Traditions

    April 6, 2019 to May 18, 2019

    Representing two painting styles of eastern India, this exhibition includes a male tradition of scrolls from Bengal and a female tradition of wall paintings, now done on paper, from the Mithila region of northern Bihar. Both of these art forms have morphed and changed in…

  5. ABOUT-FACE: 50 years after Stonewall. The Paintings of Joe Radoccia

    June 1, 2019 to July 12, 2019

    Hudson Valley artist, Joe Radoccia’s painted portraits pay homage to LGBTQ elders. Radoccia says his paintings “…represent our hard won freedom to be present, to be as out and visible and large as we want to be. The scale of the paintings acknowledges the magnitude…