1. The QUEER ICON exhibition is Dedicated to Community Organizer and Black Proletarian FeministNikeeta Slade We celebrate a brilliant sister, dear friend, comrade, haiku poet, and Lisa’s only baby—Nikeeta A.T. Slade. Nikeeta was our hilarious self-proclaimed curmudgeon, a Black woman in the trades, Texas-raised organizer, worker…

  2. Three local artists, Christine Chin of Ithaca, and Carrie Drake and Anita Welych of Syracuse, explore the natural environment and the consequences of climate change through their art Christine uses NOAA data to create her Stuffed Storms fabric sculptures, which are a visual record of…

  3. For the past 8 years Ukraine has been represented by images of conflict, war, destruction, and carnage. Lida’s images can help viewers to connect to the current situation in Ukraine on a personal level that goes beyond the daily news by putting a human face…

  4. A collection of liberatory visions Cabeza en las nubes, directly translated as ‘head in the clouds’, is a body of work that spans a decade of dreamscapes that have been born from liberatory struggle and creative release. Rommy, a queer trans migrant who navigated the…

  5. Robert Shetterly’s – Americans Who Tell The Truth. For the past 20 years, Robert Shetterly’s Americans Who Tell the Truth portrait series has tried to be a lantern that throws its light forward andback–knowing the truth of the past’s struggles for justice is essential to…