Exhibitions

  1. BEN ALTMAN – I Own This Stolen Land

    June 8, 2024 to July 20, 2024

    OPENING RECEPTION – SATURDAY, JUNE 8th from 6-8pm In 2021 photographer Ben Altman and his wife bought 38 acres of land next to their home in rural Danby, NY, to prevent logging and development. He recognized that the title to this beautiful land originated in…

  2. ANOTHER WORLD IS POSSIBLE: Posters by Ricardo Levins Morales

    September 7, 2024 to October 26, 2024

    Ricardo Levins Morales is an artist and organizer based in Minneapolis. He uses his art as a form of political medicine to support individual and collective healing from the injuries and ongoing reality of oppression. He was born into the anti-colonial movement in his native…

  3. IN SECRECY: New Works by Jaleel Campbell

    November 9, 2024 to January 18, 2025

    Jaleel Campbell’s latest series titled In Secrecy will explore the experiences of out, discreet and dl black men in the gay community and what toll that takes on the psyche over time. Unlearning our natural instinct to operate in secret is half the battle. Homophobia…

  4. A PLACE TO CALL HOME: Photographs by Michelle Gabel & Mike Greenlar. In collaboration with CENTRAL CURRENT

    February 8, 2025 to March 22, 2025

    A Place to Call Home is a collaboration between Central Current, a nonprofitnewsroom covering Syracuse and Central New York, and photographersMichelle Gabel and Mike Greenlar. The exhibition will capture a cross section of Syracuse and Central New York’s housing crisis: those struggling with housing insecurity,…

  5. IN THE CENTER OF THE CROSSROADS: Standing in the Intersection Between Racism, Climate Change, and Memory. Fiber Art by Vanessa Johnson

    April 12, 2025 to May 24, 2025

    In some traditional and legendary African and African-American belief systems, a Center of the Crossroads represents the rising and setting of the sun, and the human life cycle of death and rebirth. The center of a crossroads is where communications with spirits takes place.  In…

  6. LIFE/AFTERLIFE…DO YOU HAVE A PLAN? : Work by Vykky Ebner & Pam McLaughlin

    June 7, 2025 to July 19, 2025

    Life/Afterlife…Do you have a plan?, delves into the profound psychological toll religious dogma can have on mental health and spotlights two women who bravely navigated a journey through religious indoctrination, survived its challenges, and now speak up about the damages they endured, ultimately thriving despite…