Upcoming Exhibition Schedule
Evaristi Chikawe (Tanzanian, b. 1974), Hunting, c. 1993, acrylic on Canvas.
Nyumba Ya Sanaa: Works from the Maryknoll Collection
October 28 - December 18, 2016
A traveling exhibition from Syracuse University, this exhibition is comprised from a collection donated by the Maryknoll Sisters of original works of art by twenty-two Tanzanian artists, including prints, drawings, watercolors, sculpture and textiles. The collection contains artwork created at Nyumba ya Sanaa (House of Art in Swahili), a Cultural Centre and art workshop located in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Founded in 1972 by Sister Jean Pruitt a Maryknoll Sister, the Centre’s mission, among other cultural activities, was to support local artists, and to help them display and sell their works.
Opening reception: Friday, October 28, 5 - 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
Lecture: Thursday, November 10, 5 p.m., Zimmerman Recital Hall
Domenic Iacono, Director of the Syracuse University Art Galleries, will present a lecture in conjunction with the exhibition Nyumba Ya Sanaa: Works from the Maryknoll Collection. This event is free and open to the public.
Performance: Sunday, November 13, 4 p.m., Zimmerman Recital Hall
Imani Edu-Tainers African Dance Company
Mary Ellen Mark, Tiny, Halloween, Seattle, 1983, gelatin silver print
Mary Ellen Mark Tiny: Streetwise Revisited
January 19 – March 19, 2017
In 1983, Mary Ellen Mark (1940-2015) first photographed her poignant document of a fiercely independent group of homeless and troubled youth who made their way on the streets of Seattle as pimps, prostitutes, panhandlers, and small-time drug dealers. Streetwise received critical acclaim for its honest portrayal of life on the streets and introduced us to individuals who were not easily forgotten, including “Tiny” (Erin Charles)—a thirteen-year-old prostitute with dreams of a horse farm, diamonds and furs, and a baby of her own. Since meeting Tiny thirty years ago, Mark continued to photograph her, creating what became one of Mark’s most significant and long-term projects.
Organized by Aperture Foundation, New York
Opening reception: Thursday, January 19, 5 - 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public
Pat Badt and Scott Sherk, Edges | Transitions I, 2016, video collage (still), installation dimensions variable
Edges | Transitions
April 6 - May 21, 2017
Edges | Transitions explores the moments of transition when one thing moves into another; the place where edges dissolve. The exhibition is inspired by Pat Badt and Scott Sherk’s recent artist residency in Valletta, Malta. As an island, Malta is a continuous edge. Sharp cliffs define the edge of water and land, cultural conditions define an edge between Europe, Northern Africa, and the Middle East. Its geographic location and long history of conflict have defined it as place of transition.
Opening reception: Thursday, April 7, 5 - 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
46th Annual Juried Art Exhibition
June 1 - 18, 2017
Opening reception and Awards Ceremony: Thursday, June 1, 5 - 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
Puerto Rican tomato pickers at Hess farm, Lancaster County. Photograph. Circa 1950s
Dutchirican: Latino History in Central Pennsylvania
June 29 - August 13, 2017
Central Pennsylvania is rapidly changing as more Latinos move to the region. Curated by LVC professors John Hinshaw and Ivette-Guzman Zavala, this exhibit looks at the diverse history of the region, exploring some of the reasons Latinos choose to work and live here, as well as the deep roots this community has in Pennsylvania. It includes an analysis of some groups that continue to expand, such as Puerto Rican Mennonites
Opening reception: Thursday, June 29, 5 - 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.