J20 Art Strike – ArtRage CLOSED on Inauguration Day

January 20, 2017 - 9:00 AM to 9:00 AM

J20 artstrike

ArtRage Gallery is joining with the 100s of artists, art critics and arts organizations that are taking part in the J20 Art Strike by CLOSING FRIDAY, JANUARY 20th.

ArtRage was founded with a mission to support progressive art that inspires resistance and resist we must! We stand in solidarity with artists nationwide who are saying that on January 20 business should not proceed as usual.

On Saturday, January 21st Join ArtRage in attending:

SYRACUSE IN SOLIDARITY with the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. 10am @ the James M. Hanley Federal Building, 100 S. Clinton St.  Hosted by: New Feminists for Justice Group in collaboration with Planned Parenthood of CNY, Syracuse Cultural Workers, Syracuse Peace Council, Black Lives Matter, CNY For Solidarity and 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East

The People’s Inauguration  hosted by the CNY Solidarity Coalition 11:30am @ All Saints Parish Center, 1342 Lancaster Ave., Syracuse. Food (Lunch), Music, Theater and Poetry. Free and open to the public.

From the J20 Art Strike Statement: We consider Art Strike to be one tactic among others to combat the normalization of Trumpism—a toxic mix of white supremacy, misogyny, xenophobia, militarism, and oligarchic rule. Like any tactic, it is not an end in itself, but rather an intervention that will ramify into the future. It is not a strike against art, theater, or any other cultural form.
It is an invitation to motivate these activities anew, to reimagine art spaces as places where resistant forms of thinking, seeing, feeling, and acting can be produced.


J20 Art Strike
Why An Art Strike? Why Now? essay by Coco Fusco