Exhibitions

Category: Exhibitions

  1. Impressions: South Sudan featured photographs by Michelle Gabel, a former photojournalist with the Syracuse Media Group and graduate student at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications, and Bruce Strong, a multimedia storyteller and Newhouse School professor. Maureen Sieh’s commentary provided a background for the…

  2. Hailing from Oswego, New York, Ron Throop is a prolific expressionist painter. This exhibition was selected from his Fracking Series. Throop began painting on the subject in 2009, concerned that the process of hydraulic fracturing of the Marcellus Shale for natural gas had the potential of…

  3. The 1965 Selma marches were pivotal events in the Civil Rights Movement, bringing international attention to the brutality of racist segregation and amplifying Alabama’s denial of voting rights to African Americans. Herron’s powerful photographs conveyed not just the political but the personal impact of this…

  4. Minneapolis-based Rouille’s conceptual art posed questions about masculinity and femininity, traditional gender norms, and what shapes identity. Be it erroneous assumptions, the hurdles of transitioning, or violence (including murder), Rouille’s art lay bare the challenges that transgender and gender-nonconforming people face daily. But people are…

  5.   G.C.C. was 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…