1. As a way to mark the closing of our current exhibition “Leslie Feinberg: SCREENED IN, LOOKING OUT: A Disabilities Photo Exhibit” (closing on July 11) Minnie Bruce Pratt will join us for a reading from her new book of poetry, Magnified. Minnie Bruce Pratt life-partnered…

  2. This photography showcase highlights five young refugee clients from InterFaith Works. InterFaith Works asked these girls what they wanted the community to see through their eyes. Each girl came back with a different story. Please join us and see our community through their eyes. Thank…

  3. Born in Zacatecas, Mexico and raised in Chicago, this now New York City based artist, Gabriel García Román began his ongoing ‘Queer Icons’ series in 2011. This portrait series honors members of the Queer Trans community of Color, specifically activists, community organizers, poets and artists;…

  4. The South Side Newspaper Project, a collaboration of neighborhood residents and Syracuse University, has given voice to the South Side community of Syracuse since its founding in 2010. The annual summer Photo Walk is its largest annual community event, bringing together photographers of all skill…

  5. This exhibition was developed from conversations between exhibit curator Vanessa Johnson and the late Marie Summerwood, local activist and ArtRage volunteer. While all women are oppressed as women, there has been an uneasy “her-story” between women of color and white women in the feminist movement….